Caught this guy on the table this morning


#1

He was giving me attitude until I flashed my phaser…


#2

He must’ve followed you home from Sick Bay.


#3

Joel,
That is really cool, I’ve always loved this sculpt.
Does he/she have three appendages on the right side but only two on the left or is there a claw tucked away that we can’t see. I’d like to sculpt one of these from Super Sculpey.


#4

That came out great. It will look awesome in the living room!


#5

#6

He has an odd number of claws, just the one extra.


#7

^ Is this a resin piece? Did you paint it? Sculpt it?


#8

It is resin, beautifully cast by Dale Morton, painted by me.


#9

Now thats cool!!


#10

Nice job…love it!


#11

A very cool,& interesting piece. Something I’d like to have, not only for my collection but just because it looks different & a piece that has history to tell.

Larry


#12

Great, was it taken off the original or a found item?


#13

Unsure, I think it may have been a freehand sculpt by Dale that he then created a mold from. It’s very close to the one seen in Sickbay, but not exact from what I can see.


#14


#15

That’s pretty cool Joel.


#16

Very cool!


#17

I lied. He does have a sixth claw, which for some reason I just noticed. I’ll snap a pic when I’m home.


#18

^ Liar liar pants on fire! :slightly_smiling_face: I can’t believe there is another claw somewhere…I’ve looked at a ton of pics of this critter and I’ve never seen a sixth claw. Can’t wait to see it.


#19

Hmm…I replied to the post via email with pics attached, didn’t show up. So here we go, the elusive sixth claw.


#20

There it is! Cool, thanks, Joel.