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The Very Extremely Dangerous Squid-Crab
The Giant Squid-Crab, who everybody has heard of, is not to be trifled with. Rumor has it Chuck Norris learned everything from this bad boy. Please rate & comment! I'd like some feedback on how to improve my techniques.
About this creation
This is a very rare but Very Extremely Dangerous Creature, whose chitinous shell protects it from claws, bullets, and Cheetos. Close contact is not recommended under any circumstances whatsoever, unless you really, really want to.

A murky image a research boat received from a diver seconds before the camera feed was lost. Actually, that could be anything, but I say it's the squid-crab.

Thanks for lookin'. Have an awesome-tastic day!


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  April 11, 2015
Awesome-tastic work.
  February 22, 2012
It's kinda " Awesome-tastic"
  April 1, 2010
I always like to see interesting creature/alien builds. I like the spines and ridges along the arms and tail and the sleek body. The mouth looks good from what I can see of it, too. I would like more than two images, though, so we can see more detailing.
 I like it 
  March 3, 2010
Squid crab? Oh, I see. It's like the small alien in the Alien VS. Predator. Awesome.
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