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    Cow C.O.W. #133: Giant Canopy Grazer

    C.O.W. #133: Giant Canopy Grazer

    For more infos and details about the rules go here:
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    Round #133

    Topic:
    Giant Canopy Grazer

    Deadline:
    Friday, 20 February 2009




    note: The deadline won't be EXACTLY after a week...it can last up to 24 hours more, i am human and have to work also, you know
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    Last edited by yoitisi; February 12th, 2009 at 06:27 PM.


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    ADDITIONAL INFO

    1. It's feet do not touch the ground!

    2. No individual/character!!! Make a concept of a species!



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    Sounds fun! Going to try coming up with something, if chow doesn't take up all my time.

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    sounds interesting, no more additional info yoitisi? Might join when work time allows


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    Alright, missed the last one (to my dismay), Definitely have to get in on this!

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    There is only one thing.... the 18 february is a wednesday.. so is it for wednesday 18 or friday 20 ? Exept that i'll try too finish this on in time for next week !


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    I think I'll really take my time with this one, I'm doing some thumbnails now. Try and get a good composition.


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    FAST ART: Although doing your name justice might seem like something to be proud of, posting this early usually means you did not put a lot of work in either thinking the concept out or rendering it. Right now, I'm leaning towards rejecting your piece from poll for being off-topic. There's three words in the topic, and although there's something to say about it being a giant, your interpretation of 'grazer' is rather vague and I totally miss the 'canopy' part here. Since there's enough time left, I suggest you work it out a little better.


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    Little sketch of the giant canopy grazer. Not related to the aerial cephalopods though.

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    I love it when people start with those sorts of Rorschach thumbs, Nexus. That's great process stuff. Looking forward to the final.


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    Man, I already have a creature that's kind of like that.. but maybe I could make a different related species.. one that is for trees, not for grasslands. Could be interesting. We'll see if I have time for this besides my assignments >_<

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    Cool LacrymØsa - Giant Canopy Grazer

    --UPDATE--
    Just layed down some quick colours, bit of a play with what im trying to get...i figure more natural colours will aid the creature in camouflage.
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    Just something I quickly drew up on break at work. I call it a Canopy Worm; grazes..and so forth. It has spit glands on the front of its face to 'shoot' away and defend its face from birds and things in the tree tops. The spikes at the ends of it tail help ground it to the tree as well as defend it from the floor dwelling creatures.

    C.O.W. #133: Giant Canopy Grazer
    C.O.W. #133: Giant Canopy Grazer

    Last edited by LacrymØsa; February 18th, 2009 at 05:41 AM.

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    Are we limited to grazing on land, or can I draw some huge underwater creature grazing canopies of algee forests?


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