The detail on this is intriguing, I like it a lot!
On another note I hope you might have some insight for me on something: I am still debating with myself whether or not to purchase Monster Clay. So far I have worked with Chavant and Super Sculpey, but while Super Sculpey somehow doesn't do it for me, I like Chavant but it is really sticky when warm. From your gallery I suppose you have worked with a variety of different clays. What do you think about Monster Clay? Can it really be reused as often as they claim? And when you mold your sculptures (in case you do), do you have to coat it with clear spray paint first? Lots of questions, I know, but it is hard to find people who use Monster Clay and are willing to share their experience with it.
how do you get the tiny scales on the skin if you don't mind me asking. I'm currently working a tree man mask in my sculpture class and i think that it could help me on some parts or on future projects.