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    Brasshorsekiller vs. Muttonhead

    OK, here is what Brasshorskiller and I have decided upon:


    Creature Life-Cycle

    Design and illustrate the entire life-cycle of a creature from birth to death. Perhaps show some of its behavior, movement, environment, and diet, plus show its relative size comparison.

    Bring on the PAIN BHK!

    don't hurt me, I'm delicate.

    -Muttonhead
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    hells yea--cant wait to see what you guys come up with!

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    Hey, brass already did one lifecycle pic the last months...that was great...looking forward to see a new one! Good luck to both of you!
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    That's what happens when you let me pick. Muahahaha.

    OMG muttonheadzorz, I will liek, pwn yuo.

    edit*
    here's our fancy banner.

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    I did these a couple weeks ago while I was brainstorming. I've decided to go in a different direction than any of these, but here's the first bit of work for my entry. woo.

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    :thumbsup:

    very nice colors...

    Muttonhead...it'S your turn, hehe!
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    So busy, but OK Ok, I have some VERY ROUGH sketches here, but it is also an idea that I think I may scrap.

    The idea was a creature that calls huge futuristic cities home, it hangs in an egg pod from metal rafters or bridges, and gathers electrostatic energy. After dropping down and "hatching, it begins to absorg metallic objects and whatnot, incorporating them into its body. Eventually it grows so large and cumbersome that it stops moving and begins to collect items with its very long tenticles extending from its head.

    It then slowly builds itself into a giant, bio-mechanical tower which can be troublesome especially when they have set themselves up on property that is planned for development. It is a very robust sepcies and that is hard to kill/destroy, but there are special teams of exterminators whose jobs are to locate the eggs or hatchlings and dispatch them before they root themselves into a single location. They are usually found to thrive in abandoned areas or hard-to-reach areas in these theoretical enormous future-cities....

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    My other idea is to do some sort of robot. It would start with technical plans and progress through several stages such as: miniature, armiture (sp?), basic robot, accesorized robot, updated and customized robot, outfitted for battle robot, dissembled for parts robot, and scrapheap..... or something like that...

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    Have other ideas to show that I need to flesh out more.

    Anyways, thats all for now. EAT THAT BRASSHORSE! HA! Cool stuff though, actually! I'm gettin nervous.....

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    Both of you guys are rockin.

    I love your organic creatures brass, and mutton head, your first concept looks cool as hell.

    This is gonna be a good one!

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    "" which can be troublesome especially when they have set themselves up on property that is planned for development. ""

    lol

    mutton you rock dude--you truly have an original way of thinking--and your work keeps gettin more and more amazing

    brasshorse--great stuff dude!
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    damn muttonhead & brass,

    that's some wicked sh*t !

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    nice work... Can't wait to see finished pieces...
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    whoa! Muttonhead fires back! Nice, nice work, Sean. Great linework, this is shaping up to be a good fight!
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    Thumbs up Metroback

    Woah. Muttonhead. Your first design is amazing, you should definitely stick with it. Very original.

    I'm waiting to see what Brass will come up with.
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