In January I went to an exhibition on sharks at The Australian Museum. It was something I was interested in, in part due to what I studied at uni and in part due to being a fan of sharks.
The information and models were all pretty interesting, including this one.
Due to a few factors the frilled shark (Chlamydoselachus anguineus) is considered a living fossil. I think that’s pretty awesome, but I don’t have much more to add to that that statement. Obviously it helps with understanding processes, but so many things do.
Anyway, I tried to frame this in a particular way with the intention of making the background as dark as possible whilst keeping the model illuminated, but as I do not use Photoshop this was the best I could do.
I hope you enjoy.