***** EDIT: It's funny to read comments. Did you know: Pictures of skull + open jaw = Comedy gold. However, Pictures of skull + no/closed jaw = srs bznz.
This one was a bit harder to do, the mandible isn't attached to the rest of the skull so I had to prop it up and move around it to take the pictures rather than using my tripod.
In the downloadable content, the files are much larger and there are more images included. (IMPORTANT NOTE: As stated above, this one was harder to do. I had to move around them to take the pictures and therefore some of the full size images are a bit blurry. This is why this package is listed at 100pts while the others are listed at 200pts.)
Please don't post the package outside of DA. Please send me a link to your piece so I can see how it was used I do not need credit but you can link back to this package so that others can use it too.
More skull stock:
Other macabre themed pieces:
For anyone interested in purchasing their own personal skull mold, you can buy them here on a lovely website called Dapper Cadaver, which sells a hundred other awesome strange props and doodads: [link]
I call it a LOL skull pics........XD....i just wanted to say that.........good pics also. I was quite looking for some good skull pics too....not bad at all. Bad to the Bone....might work with these one day for something. Even tho i was shoot for some when i made that Dawn: The Goddess outfit.......but more of a straight on look of a skull...like the first one you have.
Yes, as noted in the description, the download of this package includes larger images, and perhaps a couple of extras that didn't fit into the rectangle above. This particular package is cheaper than the others because of the lower quality of the images. Some are a bit blurry.
I have looked into purchasing a disarticulated human skeleton, but they're all either expensive, or not exactly what I'm looking for. The current skeleton model I have now isn't really suited for this purpose as it's had some artistic licence taken on the bones.
Very nice, but on the second and third row you left the chin a little too behind. When the mouth opens, the jaw first rotates and then slides forward (put a finger right next to your ear hole and feel this) to avoid hurting the neck structures :3 Trust me, imma dentist xD
The mandible isn't attached to the skull. In order to take these without holding it in my hand (getting fingers in the way and mussing up the black background), I had to rest the mandible in the groove where the condyle fit. I knew when I was looking at it that it wasn't perfect, but it was the best I could do. Also, this skull has a pretty massive overbite.