Scott Wetterschneider – Crittersaurus

Scott Wetterschneider never fails to produce outstandingly clean work with his masterful 3d sculpting. He is known for being able to turn an idea into a super smooth and insanely detailed 3d model/sculpt, and when he is not sculpting figures for the likes of Brandt Peters, Chris Ryniak and Amanda Louise Spayd (to name a few) he comes up with some really impressive stuff such as this new print titled ‘Crittersaurus’

Crittersaurus finds himself in a strange town, with no friends. Gently, he meanders from street to street, taking in the new sights and sounds, hopeful that, at last, he’s found a place to call home. Scott Wetterschneider’s giant, strange beasts are not your run-of-the-mill kaiju. They forgo violence, are often ill-at-ease, and do their best to keep a low profile. Accidents do happen, so be cautious.

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“Crittersaurus” is available as a 12″x12″ fine art print on 16″x16″ heavyweight archival matte paper right now from the Toys and Art, Monsters and Mayhem shop.

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You can check out more of Wetterschneider’s work on his shop – http://wetterschneider.bigcartel.com/
Toy making and art blog – http://stretchedwiener.tumblr.com/
Or go take a look on his Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Scott Wetterschneider
Creative Director
Shinbone Creative – Illustration, Toy Design and Manufacturing
Making fun

 

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