Acherontia atropos (Death's Head Hawkmoth) Poster
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Death Head Moth (Death's-head Hawkmoth) Facts, Diet, Pictures
The Death Head Moth, also called the Death’s-head Hawkmoth, is a genus of moths with three species falling under them. With almost the same characteristic features, this group of well-known moths gets their common name ‘death head’ from the unusual skull pattern or patch at the dorsal side of their thorax. They are also a […]
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‘Death's head, Moth poster’ by erzebetth
'Death's head, Moth poster' by erzebetth. Moth Watercolor print, Death's head, Moth poster, insects art, enthomology art,hawk moth, print sphinx moth, print wall art, gift
Moth pendant tutorial//Polymer clay
Hi guys! In today`s video l want to show you how to make a moth pendant from polymer clay.I hope you'll enjoy! ^^My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/artd...
Surreal Death Moth
The death moth has fascinated artists for a long time, and this is my surreal interpretation of it. I went overboard with skulls and eyeballs, added some horns and bone like structures… Overall, I spent like 30 hours designing this tiny beast to make it look evil, macabre, spooky, gothic and extra cool. I hope you like it, I really enjoyed drawing it…
8"x10" Limited Edition archival art print "Faerie Specimen" moth fairy fantasy creature insect watercolor dark cute surreal cordyceps fae
"The only possible solution is too absurd to be true, but in the absence of other possibilities, I can only conclude that the ubiquitous fungal growths that mark each creature are a type of symbiotic parasite with the ability to infect and alter a variety of host insects." Excerpt from my short story "Cordyceps", written for "Encounters with the Imaginary Vol 3", from Boneshaker Press. ~ Print Size: 8”x10” Edition size: 100 Borderless Copyright watermark will not be on the print ~ Archival…