Another picture about the species Parvus Scolopendra. There is something, which I call "addiction" because I really enjoy drawing them and their abnormality. Sensitivity II shows the back of the creature in a quite femals position.
Not only the head is transparent and covered with a membrane like jelly-fish skin. The back is one of the most important characteristic of the Parvus Scolopendras.
Sensitive and vulnerable, the creature's shoulderblades are covered by a row of spikes. Something that makes the content of the picture dubious.
When I started drawing the face, I thought that I won't continue it. The inspiration was there but not the motivation. After I reached the back part of the head and the first arm, I unconditionally wanted to finish that picture. The more I came to the end of the drawing, the more detail I wanted to put in.
In the end, it took me 3 hours to draw. Rubber was used for the transparent part of the head and a part of the back. I currently have the fetish to start my pictures as final drawings on bristol board. It's a challenge for me, which I actually like. It's funnier than tracing the lines after scribbling on normal paper.