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Two completely disparate items.

over the last ten years I’ve taken three of my male house pets for neutering. At first I thought I was imagining it and what I was seeing was not really happening.

Then today my latest pet, Harley the Bengal cat/wannabee puma/complete nut case went to be deprived of his manhood, and I saw it again.

Whenever the subject, or indeed the act of castrating a male is introduced, the gleam in the eyes of female nurses and vets is almost frightening to watch.

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These are the two images I thought of for my second Kongomato book which is, to all intents and purposes, finished.Spawn5

Kongo 2.2

The first was just sooooo boring, and the second not much better. I have to keep the image of the lizard flat for the effect to work. I’m going to put a big red eye and teeth for effect. Is it any better? Or should I just start all over again?

The first image is the Tower of London where it all began, and the second, Westminster Abbey where the second ends.

Any suggestions greatly appreciated.

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2 thoughts on “Two completely disparate items.

  1. I like the second one better – though i think you might try the red eye addition 🙂

  2. I’m on it. The flame will be to be done again as it’s rubbish. And a few more things.

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