The Green Monster

DAZ|Studio Creatures posted on Dec 12, 2017
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Incident Report: September 12 1957 Two bothers and their friend witness a fireball decend on to a local ridge line. After deciding to investigate the group com upon a bright pulsing light and a think noxious mist. Allegedly they see two smaller lights in the distance and upon shining their flashlight in the direction witness a creature well over seven feet tall. The following is the description of the creature: "Various descriptions of the entity exist. Most describe it as being at least 7 feet (2.1 m) tall, with a black body and a dark, glowing face. Witnesses described the creature's head as elongated, shaped like a sideways diamond, and as having non-human eyes; a large, circular cowl appeared behind the head. The creature's body was described as "inhumanly-shaped" and clad in a dark, pleated skirt-like exoskeleton, later described as a shadow...Some accounts record that the creature appeared to have "no visible arms" due to its incredible speed, while others reported long, stringy arms, protruding from the front of its body, with long, claw-like fingers." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flatwoods_monster This image is a reimagining based on a less reported account of a young woman who had a run in with the creature one week prior. Creature modeled in Sculptris rendered in Daz Studio and post in Photoshop Enjoy Ron Enjoy

Comments (2)


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blankfrancine 9:25AM | Wed, 13 December 2017

Cool modeling and render.

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PhilW 5:04AM | Thu, 14 December 2017

Great image - very atmospheric and dramatic!

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