Title: Cranium Ophidian Ashen. The ashen part is to signify its black and whiteness.
I think the base photo was taken in the Natural History Museum of London. It’s difficult to keep track—I took as many skull photos as possible for a while. Despite that, I felt like I never had enough for what I was doing at the time, and occasionally resorted to public domain images, and even played around with computer generated ones.
But real ones always gave the best effect. Which is a conundrum because unsurprisingly finding real human skulls to photograph isn’t the easiest task.
There’s a color version of this named Cranium Ophidian.
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