Playing a boat in Paris today, a nice cyclical reverberation of my first show in Paris ever in 2006 which was also on a boat on a tour alongside Darkest Hour. Haven't done anything with them since 2008, so I'm really fackin excited for this run vis zem! #dothewalrus#snakefang#nuclearassault#darkesthour#havok
This is one of the first (wolkin) to come out onto digital. Their name is not final but I am liking it so far. This species is a closed species but is open for request. Wolfkin are a canine and a snake combined. They can and tend to be mixed with the same areal species. Ex. Egyptian cobra and the jackal. Both regional species. This one is the example and belongs to @koachellla . Wolfkin pray on small animals ranging from mice to rabbits, mainly because they swallow their prey whole like a snake. It takes 2 weeks for them to feed and they are lone hunters. #mintnewtonart
For those of you who might be worried about the use of reptile byproducts, the materials here used are:
-snake shed skins (snakes and all other reptiles shed their outer skin throughout their lives as part if their growth process).
-snake fangs which are also regularly replaced and excreted. -rattles are not usually or regularly discarded by snakes, but occasionally some fall off as a result of excess rattling or when the rattle is already too long. Keratin tends to break easily, just as our nails and hair.
/// Para quienes les preocupe el uso de subproductos de reptiles en estas piezas; lo que se ve en ellas es:
-muda de piel de serpiente (las serpientes al igual que todos los reptiles mudan la capa externa de su piel con regularidad en el proceso natural de crecimiento).
-colmillos de serpiente, los cuales son mudados con regularidad y posteriormente excretados.
-cascabeles, que no son desechados por las víboras regularmente, pero en ocasiones se rompen y se caen por el golpeteo al hacerlos sonar o cuando el cascabel ya es muy largo. La queratina tiende a romperse facilmente asi como nuestras uñas y pelo.