Though this shark has a face that only a mother Port Jackson shark could love, it's a fascinating species.
Port Jackson sharks are a nocturnal, oviparous type of bullhead shark, found in the coastal region of southern Australia, including the waters off Port Jackson.
Here's an update on the Flood scene I'm working on. Right now I'm making a Great White shark, also known as the Megaladon in the Pre-Flood world, the ancestor of our modern Great White and a creature Noah may have seen while floating in the water on the ark. I want to make this shark swimming in the midst of the debris surrounding the ark as the camera pans around. Still have a lot of work before this guy is ready, but I'm already learning so much :) #shark#3d#3dmodeling#3dblender#blender3d#sculpting
I figured as a shark lover and protector I had a duty to investigate the newly released film The Meg. I admit that I entered the movie with high expectations that it might not conform to the typical negative portrayal of sharks, but even acknowledging this, I was highly disappointed. The shark shown in the movie not only conformed to the negative stereotypes of sharks, but it further instilled a fear of sharks in the general public. In reality sharks are less of a danger than many things that are not feared (2nd pic). The false perception of sharks furthers detrimental human behavior, such as finning, which ultimately has led to them becoming endangered. If you watched this movie please disregard the message entirely and begin spreading shark love!! We need to save sharks not fear them. They are endangered and need our help!