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(Contains: violence/gore)
...Okay, lets took a look on Shrike and poor Vanessa again. For a half hour or so Shrike carried her screaming, wriggling victim through the air, but finally our hungry Wyvern found an abandoned backyard to go down and enjoying her meal...

Shrikes teeth are not made for chewing, but for ripping flesh and sinews and cracking large bones with only one bite. So it was very fast over for Vanessa, as Shrike bites her Head off and crushed Vanessas skull between her jaws... Yes, she loves tasty brain!
As we can see, one leg and one arm are already devoured too and Shrike just bite off Vanessas second leg...
I think, this is gory enough and don't have to show how she cracked Vanessas chest and abdomen as next to rip out the tasty innards...
You simply have to cope with such nasty scenes if you have a Wyvern as a pet ;-)

Shrike says "Thanks for 100.000 views!" with this little insight in her feeding-habits :evillaugh:


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This work made me a lot of trouble. First: How would a Wyvern eat? How would a Wyvern stand or sit during eating? I think, it would be a mixture of the feeding-habits of a bird of prey and a Bat walking/sitting on the ground. So i let Shrike not only standing on her legs but propped up on her wings too, balanced out with the help of her long tail.
In this position she would have enough power to hold her prey and ripping big chunks of flesh off by tossing her head up. And, in the case of danger, she would be able to fly away very fast.
Second: In wich sequence would a Wyvern kill and tear apart its prey? I think, the limbs would be the first parts be bitten off after it had killed its catch by biting the head off. The jaws and teeth are surely strong enough to crack even a buffalos neck with a few bites. A human neck is even only a short "crunch!"...
I guess, larger prey from about horse size up Shrike would paralyse with her tailsting, but she take no care about the weak screaming and wriggling of a catched human.
With this thoughts in my mind i tried to make the work anatomically correct and more believable.

Technical side:
Most goooory work i ever done. A little bit more to do than only some little traces of blood; Shrikes feeding-habits are unfortunately not so nice and clean as Sucurijus lunchtimes.
Posing Shrike was a pain too: The DAZ-Wyvern 2 comes with some preset-poses to start with, but i wasn't able to use them, because loading them on my "Improved Wyvern 2" destroying a lot of my modificated morphs for unknown reasons. So i had to set the pose from scratch with no reference.

Okay, here some credits to the great artists who modeled the freebies i used in this work. I know, i forget this part often enough... Shame on me:
3D-sceneset free scene gutter by: :icon3dericdesign: Barrels in the background by :iconnobiax: again.
Beercan and newspaper on the ground by Trekkigrrl from (Yes, i know is used both in "Tighter than any Lover" before)
Building in the background by Sparkyworld from
Thanks for share it!! :bow:
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winnie246 Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2013
yeah, thats when you have a Dragon/Wyvern at a Pet: you must spend no Money for him too feeding him....Devilish 
AcidEntertainment Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2013  Student Writer
Bin zwar echt kein Hard vore Fan, aber echt sehr gut animiert...geile Sache:)
ancestorsrelic Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanx... eigentlich passt der Stempel "Vore" mit all seinen Cartoon-Charactern, dicken Bäuchen und freiwilligen Opfern für meine Machwerke eigentlich auch nicht wirklich (mir fiel einfach kein besserer Titel für das Bild ein)  Ich nenne meine "entartete Kunst" lieber "Creature Feature" und versuche, in Jagd-, Tötungs- und Fressverhalten (auch bei Fantasy-Viechern) möglichst weit auf der realistischen Seite zu bleiben. Mit solchen Klauen, Kiefern und Zähnen krachen Knochen, reissen Sehnen und Fleisch und es gibt eine blutige Sauerei :evillaugh:
AcidEntertainment Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2013  Student Writer
Ouhh, naja wer drauf steht...:D
l33tn3rdz Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
So if you have a wyvern for a pet you have to get used to it gorging on helpless humans?

Well then the my OC the Crimson Demon, a Tarkatan Samurai who also feasts on the same thing has one. He always will take care of creatures that share his habits. This will make a great "guard dog" for his lair.
SkirmisherDak Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
[Insert Resident Evil "YOU ARE DEAD" here]
ancestorsrelic Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yes, Vanessa had to try it again... hope, she had saved the slot on the last saving-point ;-)
SkirmisherDak Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
devillo Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Just curious how you managed to remove those various limbs. Because good lord this is awesome and I want to try it myself.
ancestorsrelic Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
If you use DAZ-Studio, it's easy:
In the Scene-Tab just klick on the little eye-icon on the left side, to made parts of a figure invisible (Eye closed = invisible), see [link] for a quick example.
Make sure that you switch all following parts (fingers etc.) of a limp to invisble too. The rest (blood) was added later in PaintShop Pro X.
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