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Hexaped
by Dozer from NY, United States
Submitted on 21st Jun 2010
Comments : 10 comment(s)
Voted by : 46 People
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About My Design
Honestly I really wanted to draw something that was "belly-up". The dorsal and ventral sides inversed from one another. The Hexaped kind of just happened.
   
10 Comments
Sabbs commented on 22nd Jan 2011 (Report Spam)
Ilove this!
taolo commented on 20th Sep 2010 (Report Spam)
great creativity - excellent design - weird that he is belly up
astroskink commented on 18th Jul 2010 (Report Spam)
This is crazy, in a good way. Such a weird, weird animal. I love the soft colours, gives it a sort of old school whimsical feeling.
foXXXy commented on 11th Jul 2010 (Report Spam)
Drago in Wonderland.. yes.. strange.. different indeedy.
JarrodArthur commented on 4th Jul 2010 (Report Spam)

Wow, very well done.

Dreamkeepers commented on 2nd Jul 2010 (Report Spam)
You have so much range with the sculptures and 2-dimensional work, you may want to consider a Deviant Art account to help promote your work.
Kannaya commented on 28th Jun 2010 (Report Spam)
This is very cool.
Dozer commented on 24th Jun 2010 (Report Spam)

Thanks for the vote Shots!

Shottsy commented on 22nd Jun 2010 (Report Spam)

I agree, I love your uniqueness and usage of earthy naturalistic colors, to offset the strangeness of your creatures. At first I thought this was a dragon, that made up a bridge of somesort, then I later saw the legs as legs. Actually that could be really cool, if you made up some surrealistic environment in which people had to cross this creature as a bridge. Anyways 5 stars from me!

Elfenn commented on 22nd Jun 2010 (Report Spam)

What an inventive artist ! Your creatures are unique and very original.

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