Wow, nice work. Don't know why I never found you before. You probably get this a lot, but I get a strong feeling for Basil Worthington in your art. Very refreshing!
hi! I love big and long noses. Just as mine :D Many of these creatures share the same little feet ! Nice detail. Probably because it is one big Oddments family !
Thanks, Ted, nice to know you! Actually I can't remember anyone making the Basil W connection before, but I'm honored, & for sure I've absorbed a great deal of his thoroughly weird influence over the years... %} Art, I'm a great admirer of assertive noses. Have you seen this wonderful video? :---)http://www.metmuseum.org/connections/the_nose/#/Anyway it's very appropriate for such a food aficionado to possess un bec fin, don't you think?
Oh, that reminds me of another interesting nose video-- this one is more about the science of smell:http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2011/09/07/scents-and-sensibilities-world-science-festival-how-smell-works/
Wait... I just realized I meant to say; Boris Artzybasheff. If you are not familiar with him do a google image search of his name. You will be pleasantly surprised.
Oh my, Ted, I do know his work, & thank you very much! (Also I see the Wolverton connection with Artzybasheff... hadn't really thought of that before.)
Thanks for the links. Interesting stuff I have to study these sites in the future !