***~Ticket Master at the Freak Show~*** by calum5 ()
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Roll up roll up ...come and see the most bizarre ........(you get the idea lol).
Same method used as my last image except alot more zbrush used hence the gallery choice.Clothing,creatures,skulls and props zb.Character base and python from poser.
Some one might like it so here it is.
Thanks for all the kind remarks on my last image.
Have a good week,cal
ps my 3 year old dog is so terrifed of the constant fireworks here in central london.Kids let them off every few minutes,I got my dog some herbal calming tablets that make her sleep mostly and I know of a book which trains their minds but its too late this year.She has a kennel type safe place to hideout in but shes spending nearly every minute in it.Anyone know anything else that could help her,please.Thanks..
Image Comments (116)
She's gonna draw them in ... and then, wham, somehin' freaky is gonna happen. Fantastic image. So sorry to hear about your scared doggie. I know what you're going through. My little doxie is afraid of thunder, and we get it loud up here in the mountains. She hides under the bed covers. Wish I knew how to de-sensitize them but it seems once they get something in their heads it's very hard to make it all okay. CC
Love her pose and pet! London? Why did I think you lived in Australia? We get wicked thunder/lighting storms in Florida. This year my rat terrier has decided he's afraid of thunder so I can sympathize with you/her. Sounds like you've done what you can.
Dogs usually take cue's from their Alpha's. So if you are the Alpha, show that you are confident and calm during the noise, if the dog sees that you are not worried, it should follow your example. But if course this all depends on how strong your Alpha presence is. Thats all the help I can suggest (I have a purebred male Chocolate lab, ready for breeding if anyone is interested, mild mannered family dog, loves little children and very-very smart, prefer to breed with another Chocolate lab) Thumbs up on the render!
Stunning! Love the modeling and the render. Wish I could help with your dog, but we have the same problem with our 3 yr old rottie, he's terrified of the noise! He usually just comes and sits really close to his "people" and jumps everytime one is set off :(
Very cool image and outstanding work! Our oldest Beagle is also afraid of fireworks...we get Acepromazine from our Vet for her..given in a lower dosage than prescribed. The dog will be doped up for a few hours or more, but won't even know there are fireworks going off. "quote" Acepromazine is prescribed as a sedative for dogs suffering from anxious reactions to stressful events such as thunderstorms, fireworks or travel.