Sunday, 3 October 2010

Boar skull sketches

Again, more studies of boars, this focusing on aspects of their skulls. Here I have been looking at the jaw line, but perhaps more so at the size of it; looks like there's a lot of strength behind a joint that big. The teeth, with all their killing potential, seem to be quite close together in an almost interlocking shape. I might experiment with moving them apart in my hybrid designs to see what affect that might give. The tip of the skull is much different from a humans; much more pointed however still retaining the smooth curves typical of the skull.

Back of jaw bone and skull
Studies of the tusk shapes and the tip of the nasal passage
Top of the skull
Full jaw bone including teeth and tusk

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