Fierce. Powerful. Independent. Distinctly colored, finely detailed, symmetrical and focused. These are the words that come to my mind when I look at Cannibal Roar.
Given the symmetry, I can imagine this in a kaleidoscope, moving and shifting around, and I can almost see four distinct eyeballs peering through the colored polygons straight into my soul.
Do you know that feeling when you’re out in the forest, or perhaps a jungle or some other more obscured territory, and you just feel something watching you? You know there are eyes on you somewhere, but the camouflage is too good, the creature is too silent and stealthy, and you were not made for this environment the same way it was.
Nature Safari India’s advice for tiger encounters contains the line “whether you are a believer or an atheist, there is no better time than this to start praying.”
Here’s the full resolution detail on Cannibal Roar: