you seem to use the same type of dressings for your visions that i have been putting on my visions that i make, like my rattle in my pic , its made from a hardwood root that, i dug up the stump with its root system attached for a piece for my front yard.my fiends 10 yr. old son had killed a rattle snake and dried the skin on a board, his pops wanted to make a hat band or a belt, little man says no dad i want to let DuWayne make something cool with it,so while his pops pouted all butt hurt, he asked moms too take him to my place. I asked little man what do I know about cool, he looks around my place and says everything, I asked him who am i making this for, he says you , I just dont want dad to make another hat band , its too nice of a skin,so i said id see what i could come up with. I tanned the snake skin myself and looked around, the root was a tee off of a main root growing in both directions so both ends are natural points, I took a resin casting of a bobcats mouth that i got from my taxidermist friend, made the venom nodules on the top back of the head and the bottom jaw ridge line out of the dust from sanding the root mixed with rubber cement, mounted the bobcat casting with epoxy into the hole where the root conected too the main root, mounted the skin,took a old chritmas bell removed the metal ball and made small beads out of the snake vertabre for inside the ball,I chipped my own arrowhead for a feather on top, some leather i had left over from my motorcycle seats,braided some sinuew, made bone beads ,skulls and stuff,put snake vert. in , couple chunks of turquoise, elk ivory teeth, and had a medecine man rattle snake rattle, too shake up at the darts if not flying straight, or like a tambarine to my music , little man was really happy with what I did with his nice snake skin, he didnt really need to tell his pops as soon as i pulled it out of my saddlebags, THATS WHY I GAVE IT TO DuWayne, he makes cool stuff, it took his dad two tarantulleas and another snake to stop being butt hurt . enough bout me, your visions are really cool as little man would say, I hope you dont mind if i share them on facebook with close friends
I really like all the fur detail that you drew on this picture. It adds so much depth and texture. The face is very well-drawn, too. I think everything is placed right and you have the proportions down. Also, I can't help but mention the texture of the scarf/fabric; I like the technique of crossing lines that you used.