Great shapes and awesome texture. Really like it.
Damn Seth, your latest posts have been kick a**!!! Love the design and style. He almost reminds me a bit of that green slimey ghost from "Ghost Busters". Great stuff, he's definitely a bully.Hans
Funny character. I like the swirly skin patterns, too.
You're really getting me into the Halloween mood with these dark designs you've been coming up with. Very cool. I love the hair. The hair is awesome. I can almost feel the comb getting caught in it. Did I mention I like the hair?
Hey Seth,Thanks for stopping by my photo blog:)So I take it you're a pirate buff like me? Yeah, Savannah is definately worth a visit. It was a big gathering point for the seafares/pirates who roamed the seas from New England to the Bahamas. I'm going to key west for the third time next month, where they have the most awesome pirate museum filled with genuine artifacts from that era. Stuff like Thomas Tew's treasure chest, one of the two genuine Jolly Rogers, gold chips from Edward teach's (blackbeard) flagship "Queen Anne's Revenge" that was recovered from the shipreck in Ocracoke, NC. etc. I'm getting all excited:) Hey, just stop me when I begin to sound nerdy!!!lolWell, pirates are awesome and I think we're still missing a really cool animated pirate film. Maybe that would be something for Sony:)Btw, which movie are you working on now? That Hotel T. sounds awesome!Ok, gotta stop at some point, take care,Hans
This is great, Seth! Your designs are always so full of cool shapes and twists and folds and things. This creature is somewhere between menacing and happy... I'm not sure which. I'll just assume that's he's happy to be terrorizing me. Yeah - that works.
That'd be a trick. My mom would open up a can of kick butt on his hide. He'd be laughin his way to the ER. Incredible character design Seth!
This reminds me of one of my favorite kids shows called, "Sigmund The Seamonster" from the Krofft Supershow days......ahhh the memories.fun stuff!devourax
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