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Jungle peril 01 by Downunder104 Jungle peril 01 by Downunder104
New jungle girl in a typical jungle peril.
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robb2eyes Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2009
THK U FOR THE FANTASTIC WORK!
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Downunder104 Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks you for looking
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bcooo91h Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2009
could you make a picture like this with a bigger snake like an anaconda or a boa ora python, squeezing me in its coils please
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Downunder104 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'll look into it for you.
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bcooo91h Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2009
thx
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ancestorsrelic Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The Plant looks really great!! Looks a little bit like a crossover of Audrey II from "Little Shop of Horrors" and a Triffid from "The Day of the Triffids". Waiting for the results when your feed this green, little darling :evillaugh:
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ancestorsrelic Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey, Lady!! Don't hurt the cute snake!! ;-)
If you searching for a better and larger snake-model, i recommend the DAZ-python. This is a very good model and free of charge. I modified it to a green anaconda. Was a work of two weeks to changing the body-morphs and creating a new texture in PaintShop Pro X, but the result was really worth the work: Compared to the real world my anaconda would be 8 meters (26.24 ft) long and would weight about 200 Kg (441 lbs).
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Downunder104 Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This snake is a costume for Aiko V3 from Daz. I have the python but not played with it yet. I just got the man-eating plant from Daz to and may have something soon with it.
And I love your works too by the way. :D
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ancestorsrelic Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
A costume for A3... You can really morph A3 in a... Snake...??? :eyepopping: Never heart about this, but there is always something new to learn. Sounds interesting. I had wondering, what snake-model this is what you have used, because i know only the Poser-snake and the DAZ-Python so far. You get everywhere the complete Jurassic Park or plenty versions of Dragons... but unfortunately snake-models are rare.
DAZ have a man-eating plant? That's new for me too. Many thanks for the infos! :-)
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Downunder104 Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Here is the A3 costume [link]
and here is the plant [link]
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TBoneTony Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2008
Awsome job there mate.

It is nice to see you back in action doing jungle girls in all those jungle perils.

The snake I agree is small, but it is a good job trying to get back to basics.

I am slowly getting back to the basics with my stories and Flash game recently so expect to see some more stuff from me in the next few months,
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Downunder104 Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Good to hear. Working on the website this weekend. :work:
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TaralWayne Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2008  Professional General Artist
The snake is a little too smallto swallow her.

I saw an odd documentary last night about the invasion of Brazilian phythons in Florida. The root cause of it is that stupid people keep the snakes as pets, but when they get to be four or five feet long and start eyeing the family poodle, or the baby, with hungry looks, the snake is dumped in the Everyglades.

One python was found dead with a fullly grown alligator inside! The gator had somehow burst partly out, but was dead too. But the more the investigators looked, the odder the scenario looked. The snake's head was also missing, and the dead gator had already begun to be digested. How did itg burst out? In the end they decided that the gator had been injured in a fight previously, and must have been less able to defend itself than usual. The snake had swallowed it whole. But then it was in a torpid state when it was attacked by a *second* gator. The new attaacker had gashed open the side of the python, partly freeing the decomposing gator inside. It then bit off the head of the snake and for some reason abandoned its prize. A third gator maybe? Or it just didn't like the taste of gator-fed snake.
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Downunder104 Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I am working on a bigger snake and a man-eating plant as well.
We have the same problem with large pythons here in the north, The drought has forced some into populated areas and are taking dogs and cats. One was found eating a small kangaroo. They hide out in the drains.

I do appreciate your comments. they help a lot.
And let us know when you can fit a commission in for me when you are not busy.

Keep well and happy :D
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TaralWayne Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2008  Professional General Artist
I haven't really had any comments for you lately. If I had to say something, I might suggest trying for a little less "perfection". I tends to look computer generated, which of course it is, but you're trying to fool people into thinking it isn't, at least for a moment.

I just spent the second night on a cover I'm colouring for a fanzine. It's only based on a pencil sketch, so there's a certain degree of overkill in Photoshopping it in colour. But if I can get away with it, going from pencil to colour in one step saves me the effort (and time) of inking. And it's not like anyone is paying me. but you don't keep in the public eye by waiting for a paycheck, alas.
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Downunder104 Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yes but when you do comment they are constructive and well worth reading. I am working this weekend on my website to get a few of the old galleries back up, yours one of them. :work:
Keep well and happy. :wave:
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TaralWayne Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2008  Professional General Artist
The same documentary that showed the snake that swallowed a gator, also showed a rat being swallowed with a tiny fibre-optic camera attached to its head, so you got to see what it was like to be inside a snake's stomach. Assuming you have a like and a source of oxygen. A lot of pink, wet folds is all you see, as you might expect, but they're very long and run the length of the snake. They also took x-rays of the snake day by day, to show the rat dissolving. Didn't take very long --only three or four days and even the bones were indistinct. A supply of oxygen wouldn't be enough if you expected to emerge from the othe rend alive. Maybe something like an acid proof diving suit. Some acid proof books to read wouldn't be a bad idea either.
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Downunder104 Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
My Goth niece swallowed her tongue stud. She was x-rayed very other day to see that it passed through. It did.
I saw a news articial once about a nano camera designed here in Sydney that is swallowed like a pill and it transmites out pictures as it goes so the filber-optic cameras are not needed to examing the inside of people.

Keep well and happy
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