Allow me to break the ice
(For the weekly)
This creature, simply named "Vultus horrificus" (terrifying face) by the few survivors of colony L-17M7B, lurks for incautious prey roughly 1-2 metres under the ice. Not much is known of its anatomy or behaviour, but judging from the bite marks of its victims the head must be around 87-95 centimetres in width. ...
Used a some weird Nurgle daemon minature as ref. Papa Nurgle protects.
Was aiming for a mostly cool-coloured palette with a warm shadow.
I'm very surprised by the attention this piece has received, and I'm quite amazed by all the faves and points given. Thank you very, very much for voting! :)