Michał Niewiara

Michał Niewiara

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Chilta hazar masha (coat of a thousand nails), kulah khud (helmet), bazu band (arm guards). Indian armored clothing made from layers of fabric faced with velvet and studded with numerous small brass nails, which were often gilded. Fabric armor was very popular in India because metal became very hot under the Indian sun. This example has additional armor plates on the chest area, arms, and thighs. Hermitage Museum.

Chilta hazar masha (coat of a thousand nails), kulah khud (helmet), bazu band (arm guards). Indian armored clothing made from layers of fabric faced with velvet and studded with numerous small brass nails, which were often gilded. Fabric armor was very po

A fun creature concept after Dominic Qwek's workshop here in Australia. Was awesome learning some new techniques in zbrush. thanks Dominic

Dominic Qwek A fun creature concept after Dominic Qwek's workshop here in Australia. Was awesome learning some new techniques in zbrush.

Gaboon viper (Bitis gabonica). Credit: Nick Mann.

Gaboon Viper skull: “The Gaboon viper is just weird. It looks dangerous even as a skull, with its great big fangs,” Winchester says. Note the jawbones, held loosely together so each side of the jaw can work independently.

Gunther von Hagens, creator of the controversial yet wildly popular "Body Worlds" exhibit of dead humans, has expanded his penetrating vision by presenting "Animals Inside Out." In the exhibition opening Friday (April 6) at the Natural History Museum in London, von Hagens reveals the muscles, blood vessels and weird insides of animal corpses, like this ostrich.

Gunther von Hagens has expanded his penetrating vision by presenting "Animals Inside Out" at the Natural History Museum in London; where animal corpses like this ostrich are revealed.