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Day 58 - It is the monster that makes us by MonsterBrand Day 58 - It is the monster that makes us by MonsterBrand


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Purchase this print here.


image *MonsterBrand

This was just a pre-made figure. I decided to add some glaze in certain
areas to add shine and definition. I think I like the result.




*Part of my "One photo a day for an entire year" Project.
You can follow the progress of this one-year-long project in my DeviantArt gallery, HERE

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ShackleSoul Aug 24, 2013  Student Writer
You captured the hostile yet mercilessly cunning feel of the Alien design perfectly in this photograph. Well done.
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KirePapa Aug 23, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I love it paosdaosd
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:icond4rkslayer:
Moar shots of your alien, please! TuT
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MonsterBrand Aug 23, 2013  Professional Photographer
Perhaps soon :D I actually have quite a few alien figures, but this one is probably my favorite.  I'll try to shoot some photos of him soon :D
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:iconactuallynobody:
its actually a xenomorph (the thing on my profile pic) :D
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MonsterBrand May 14, 2013  Professional Photographer
I know it's a xenomoprh ;) especially considering I've been a long-time fan of the film franchise (plus, they're scattered all over my room)
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:iconwystendraco:
I got into the movies because of the action figures, my dad let me watch these and I was little. I had nightmares about Aliens for years afterward, because those movies scared me so bad, no other nightmare before or since has ever scared me nearly as much. Took me years to overcome that nightmare, starting with using the opposite of fear, courage, which didn't always work. It wasn't until I learned how to Lucid Dream that I really began conquering that nightmare, just knowing I was dreaming gave be everything I needed to finally take back dreamland and since held it.
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MonsterBrand May 8, 2013  Professional Photographer
Thanks for sharing your story ;) I got into the Alien films because my dad had me watch it with him when I was younger. But instead of being scared of the first film, I was completely entranced (and of course, I totally missed the huge phallic symbol when I first saw the alien - I just saw a super-awesome monster) :giggle:

I'm sorry to hear that the xenomorph gave you bad dreams though! :noes: That's no fun. I had a similar experience with Nightmare on Elm Street. For about a year I didn't want to fall asleep in my room alone because I thought "Freddie" would come get me. But when I convinced myself he was totally not real, I started sleeping more soundly.

And that's funny that you mentioned lucid dreaming, because I've experimented with that myself (although for entirely different purposes than yourself). The human mind definitely has more power than we humans give it credit for ;)
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I'm aware of the hidden symbolism of the Alien, its why I call them dickheads or more profanely fuck tails, and todat any Colonial Marine would use use those words if they were real, though if real id be tempted let a few non-egglayer Aliens loose in Tehran, Pyongyang, Beijing, or even Tokyo.
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