View Poll Results: Vote for your favorite Comical Chimera!!
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May 27th, 2009 #1
C.O.W. #145 Comical Chimera -- VOTING!!
C.O.W. #145 Comical Chimera!! -- VOTING!!
C.O.W. #145 Comical Chimera!! -- VOTING!!
ROUND #145 VOTING
Topic: Comical Chimera!!
Deadline for the voting: Friday 12 June 2009
Posting thread (closed): http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=158242.
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May 30th, 2009 #2
Concept: Catmera cartoonus
This creature is unsuccessful product of many years lasting research of military genetic laboratories. They tried to creat the most dangerous biological weapon the world have ever seen. Fortunately they chose wrong animals for mutating at the begining of the research. Cat, mouse and carp. These animals were chosen by the most powerful military computer SILLYCON2000. The final research report states that this wrong choice was caused by the burned electronic tube A51x. Nowdays Catmera is kept under oversight of the scientists who trie to find some use for it. Thanks to these events we can now sleep again at piece for some time.
I think that this picture is quite out of the common cow pics. Maybe it is also out of the cow rules but in the other hand I think the word COMIC in topic allows anything
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May 30th, 2009 #3
(My first cow entry, please be gentle )
If there was a Hate Your Creator competition then it's a sure bet that the Dogeleskunk would be pretty high on the list.
Whatever hicup of evolution gave birth to this poor creature we hope will never happen again.
The Dogeleskunk has half the head and all the brain of a dog, the lower half of an elephant's head and the body of a skunk. Please dear reader, don't be quick to laugh on this sad and unfortunate animal.
The brain of the dog has all the usual wiring that makes it capable to understand and proccess even the faintest of smells. Add to that the huge and more than able nose (known as "trunk") with its highly developed sensors. To complete the equation and feel endless pity for the Dogeleskunk we'll let you remember by yourself what makes skunks famous...
May 30th, 2009 #4
Artist : Clochette
Concept : Deerelephantfrog
How the Deerelephantfrog species survived through the ages is a real mystery, since they are the worst animal combination ever, despite their glorious ancestors. There's a heated debate amongst the scientific community, about wether or not the Deerelephantfrog has some lemur genes, which would explain the large size of their eyes. The ridiculous trunk is the strongest part of their otherwise weak body, allowing them to catch extremely dangerous prey, such as ants, larvae, and even fruits! These peculiar creatures are almost impossible to find in the wild, and it has been reported that their mating rituals are of the clumsiest ever seen in the animal kingdom. But if, by the strangest chance, you happen to encounter one of them, keep an eye on your food, because their fearful behavior isn't enough to stop their incredible appetite.
Last edited by Clochette; May 31st, 2009 at 12:04 AM.
May 31st, 2009 #5
This little beast was bred at the Cole and Heins genetic breedhouse. It is designed for households performing three main functions. As you can see, it is a cross between a rabbit, a toad/frog and obviously a tiger. Therefore, it is a thing you can pet and cuddle with; it is a fierce creature with catlike reflexes that can scare off unwanted guests or wild animals; and it is simply a companion in cleaning up the house by snacking on spiders and flies. However, because of such versatility it often needs open-minded masters who don't mind the creature's split personalities and mood swings even about such little things as "to eat the carrot or not to eat the carrot..."
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Concept: squicockapig chimera
The squicockapig chimera is a fearsome, monstrous beast from East Asian mythology, that was known to instill terror in any man who looked into its large, shiny squirrel eyes. The chimera was part squirrel, part pig, and part rooster. However, very little is known about this wild creature. According to legend, the gods strictly prohibited any acts of recording information about or depicting the chimera; doing so was associated with mortal danger, as it was believed that the chimera possessed the great powers of turning people into sticky, green goo, and munching them to death with its intimidating, half an inch long teeth.
It is believed that the squicockapig chimera came into being as a result of a god losing a bet to another god over who could create the most pathetic creature in existence. The winning entry was man.
May 31st, 2009 #7
Concept: Potty Mouth
Above the conical towers of the wizard Bumbole, flies a terrifying beast!
Made from pig, bat and tiger, it is a fearsome sight indeed.
It's breath weapon consists of various levels of danger.
1. High speed pellets
2. Sausage shaped splatters
3. Baguette sized bombs
...... but the most feared weapon of all.. the ''Diarreeena Drop Slpash''
Bumbole is very proud of his magically created creature that protects his home, he has named his beasty 'Potty Mouth'
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May 31st, 2009 #8
Concept: Mu-Err Beast
The Mu-Err Beast is also called "sluggish slothbat" due to its chimerical appearance. It clings to a tree with long, clawed sloth arms, covers its trunk with slime, and gobbles up all the foliage and then lets go, spreads its large leathery wings and glides to the next tree. The beast has two tactics to avoid predators: It tastes like old tennis shoes, and retracts its wrinkly head into its cerebral snail shell when it runs the risk of being eaten anyway, or gets poked with a stick by little boys.
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June 2nd, 2009 #9
Using it's amazing chameleon powers, the zebocha (a mix of zebra, boar, and of course, chameleon) changes it's colour to match it's surroundings. Well, truth to be told, it is only the stripes that do this, but still - and never mind the fact they mostly cover only the backside of this creature. Be it this perfect camouflage or just the fact that no-one wants to attack a 5 feet high pig, the zebocha can usually enjoy it's meal of tall grass in peace.
June 2nd, 2009 #10
The Rabagator(racoon/bandicoot/alligator), the biggest reason for lurking artist that have fallen for its lure, to never show up again....everrrr.....
Or they just got wet by slipping in its pee
finally my first COW! Jeeeeeeehhhh...
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June 2nd, 2009 #11
Appearing to be a bizarre mixture of Quetzalcoatlus, Tyrannosaurus, and Sabertooth Tiger, the Dinomera has inherited the most impressive features of it's brethren...Unfortunately none of the aforementioned features are properly functional. It's heavy canine teeth drag along the ground, unable to be elevated due to the Dinomera's thin neck, and while it features a rather impressive wingspan, the Dinomera is weighed down by it's gigantic hind legs. Only a few have ever known to have existed, and they were not known to be very happy.
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June 2nd, 2009 #12
Artist: Jack Nugget
Rhineienrtler is a creature of the fables who possesses hearing of a hyena, the armor of a turtle and the force of a rino.
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June 2nd, 2009 #13Registered User
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The bizzarre barraemupian stalks its prey of insects through the tall grass near estuaries on its long emu like legs. As it has gills it can only hold its breath for so long, and must snare its prey using its scorpion tail before returning to its watery lair. The body of the animal is reputed to taste remarkably similar to burramundi, which makes it a fine catch for the brave...or foolhardy!
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Half orangutan/ Half spider / All Pork
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June 2nd, 2009 #15
Concept: the mighty chisnake panda wolf
a rare species which is nowdays considered extinct was once dominated the raineforest jungles and legends were told about the mighty beast which seems to be a combination of a chicken a snake a wolf and a panda....fierce
didnt had alot of time working on it but couldnt let it go so here it is (i know it could be better but i dont have anymore time atm ton invest in it )
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togeraffes are used mainly as fancy mounts on showy occasions, they've been engineered to be so awkward that they're endearing. thus the demand for them has skyrocketed and they're currently the most sought after bearded mounts on the market. however, due to their genetic makeup as 25% dog (the exact number of dog breed genes used has never been disclosed), 33% tiger, 40% giraffe, and 2% filler; they're not good for much beyond short rides, even after years of training. the mix of dog/tiger seems to instill a boundless energy to do anything besides what the rider requires and the giraffe portion is used for the attention grabbing neck, which ends up becoming a blinder half the time when riding.
June 2nd, 2009 #17
"These creatures don't swim right, neither apear right."
God liked orangutans, crabs and dolphins.
God mixed them together.
I shot the sheriff.
Now I'm the sheriff.
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June 2nd, 2009 #18
Concept: Ayani Nilchi
Literally "bison of the air", the Ayani Nilchi is a little-known creature from Navajo mythology. It is a chimeric combination of the turtle, the buffalo, and the bat, and was said to appear to lost travelers and guide them homeward.
June 2nd, 2009 #19
A rabbit, Iguana, and rat
J: Don't call my escorts hookers.
B: Mom's still got it!
J: I don't date whores!
L: This objectification of women has to stop!
M: It's just mom and whores...
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June 2nd, 2009 #20
Artist: Blonde Bomber
Concept: North-Atlantic FuzzButt.
The North Atlantic Fuzzbutt is the least respected of the North-Atlantic species, for it's chimeric appearance of Octopus, Deer, and Wren attributes. The Fuzzbutt, while gangly and disorganized, has a knack for prey in tight locations, using it's two forward tentacles to drag the victim from wherever it may hide, using the sharp, toothed suckers to grab tight. The NAFB then gathers the prey into it's seemingly unhinged lower jaw, using it's head-tentacles to keep pushing the prey along, acting like a tongue. The fuzzbutt get's it's name from the humans that encounter it; fearful as they are upon first seeing it, they can't help laugh at it's feathered, fuzzed back end as it retreats in humiliation.
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June 3rd, 2009 #21
Hello everyone! This is my first post on the forums and first COW~ I'm really excited to participate!
The Moostoraffe is a rather awkward and unwieldy creature. Its center of gravity is precarious, and its head and body are defensively incompatible. Those familiar with these animals often remark on the creature's expression, suggesting it is somewhat aware of its unfortunate anatomy.
And then I'll call... Pup Tentacle! And ask him how's his chin...
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The Greenland Salbericken is finally on the endangered species list as it has newer been seen by anybody sober, and therefore must be close to extinction. it lives in lonely greenland fjords eating herring and guarding its nest.
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Tortehoggs are said to live for centuries, mate only once, and live In almost complete solitude, of course no one knows who first found out these facts, for the tellers of these tales only know by hear say alone. Those who have had the misfortune of crossing paths with the mythical Tortehoggs are left in a mere shell of their former selves, eternal laughter embracing them like a long lost love.
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Concept: The Rhinoctopussy
Though humans are seldom the victims as certain Japanese pornographers would have us believe, a rare breed of octopus has been known to "jump anything that moves". As a side-effect to this...enthusiasm, its genes have become quite adaptable, allowing the creature's offspring, like that of some terrible monster from myth, to become a number of bizarre half-breeds. In even rarer situations, the offspring of these hideous unions are not sterile like mules, but carry on their father's adaptable genes through a number of generations. The only one currently living in captivity is "Horny" the San Diego Zoo's resident Half-Rhino, Half-Octopussy, more commonly known as the Rhinoctopussy. Since coming to the Zoo in 2005, Horny's likeness has sold over 1500 T-shirts, buttons, mugs, plastic figurines, baseball caps, action figures, posters, novelty penants, and countless PEZ Dispensers.
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June 3rd, 2009 #25
This flightless species evolved on an isolated island. It lays eggs, raids larders and has a distinct fear of cats. Some scientists assumed that the mousichickoraptor owes its existence to the extensive nuclear test bombings that took place near its home island.
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June 3rd, 2009 #26
Artist : Arteater
Concept : Searkster
Shark, seal, hamster about as big as a small cat. This creature resides in salt and brackish waters . Just like his close cousin,the great white, strange things are found in his tummy. They have been known to eat everything from fish, frogs, turtles and the random finger.
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June 3rd, 2009 #27
Concept: Leaping Beavaffe
The Leaping Beavaffe, I mythical crossbreed of a Frog, Beaver, and Giraffe. and to put it simply...
They don't land so well.
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June 3rd, 2009 #28
Hope I'm not too late. It's not by my time anyway!
A Safari mixed breed phenomenon of a Chimpanzee, Leopard and Ostrich. Whether its existence occurred through experimentation or a freak occurrence of nature still remains unknown. However, it is definitely the most sought after sight for all Safari park visitors.
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June 3rd, 2009 #29
Artist: Grandmassa Mr. Spect.
The Crabmonkabug (Crabious-Monkious-insectious) was frist discoverd in 2009' it uses its crab like claws for cutting through stems to harvest the flowerbuds .It is able to fly an the wing caseing helps protect against preditors.The Crabmonkabug is a social animal an considerd the classclown of the animal kingdom
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June 3rd, 2009 #30
This new genetically enhanced breed known now is the Racacken, it is a mixture of the DNA of a rat, a cat, and a chicken. the Racacken has been popularized by the rich and famous becoming a most affectionate and luxurious pet. Because the creatures main portion is that of a cat it still does enjoy to be pet and scratched while laying about the rat portion makes it so the Racacken's primary diet is cheese and bread and only the finest will do for Paris Hiltion's Racacken. the chicken portion of the creature has a very good quality of being clean and having lovely feathers that will molt and make wonderful decoration for their owners.
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