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Lone Shark Rides Again!


Me on the set of the "Cynicalman" movie, with the Sharkmobile, ready to mix it up with Dr. Pweent's zombie army. Photos by Jim Mackey.

Comments

seaking said…
Wow! Love the huge fin, and the teeth detail over the fender. The costume is pretty boss, too, though there isn't a good angle on your helmet fin.

Can't wait for the movie!
feazellm said…
Great work, Sean! I Like the second photo where we can see the big fin on the sharkmobile and your helmet fin in the reflection on the car window!
Jim Ottaviani said…
That is terrific, from costume to expression.
Greg Beettam said…
Yeah, the expression is great.

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