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Okay, I did my best to add a bit more edges and such, plus I brushed some hue, saturation and such in to give it a more varied look...
It makes me think of the Batman's "Tumbler" from the recent movies, but advanced to a more 'super sportscar' shape.
Alas, I am an old dog trying to learn new tricks. Almost 40, and my only 2D art experience is copying comic book panels back when I was about 14 or 15, and random doodles and mediocre line art...
I haven't even seen the trailer before... holy COW but they made that Lord of Change a terrifying beast!
Sculpey and Fimo are pretty close to the same thing, IIRC.
And I actually quite like the look of both the critter and the material used to sculpt it, it has a nice sub-surface scattering to it