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    Ian Llanas: New Born - Humoncolous

    Throwing my hat into the ring.
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    Concept and progress.

    A humoncolous is a small human that can be created by alchemical means, by filling a jar with the appropriate bodily fluids and burying the jar in horse dung for warmth at the correct time of the lunar cycle a small human will grow. Kind of like a magical form of human cloning. The first thought I had when I read about them was how do you get it out of the jar, of course one would probably use a large mouth container with a lid, it didn't occur to this guy as it didn't to me. I've found myself in similar situations often cause I don't read the directions all the way through. I could maybe come up with some significance about the cycle of birth and death, or about age and youth, but honestly I draw what I think is cool for the fun of it

    Pencil and Photoshop. About 3 hours so far.

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    uh oh I'm sorry I though it was 2nd page ><;
    coz I'm so amaze by your drawing and really really want to see your finishing drawing
    I'm feel so guilty .. sorry... sorry IanLlanas
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    the thoughtful look on the man's face is a great touch, nice story & lighting, looking forward to seeing more
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    Definitely going to have to put something in the background. Perhaps stacks of books or a machine. Somethin!
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    "I have transcended that phase in my intellectual growth where I discover humour in simple freakishness. What exists is real; therefore it is tragic, since whatever lives must die. Only fantasy, the vapors rising from sheer nonsense, can now excite my laughter." - Lord Pirmence of Castle Lutez
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    wakoes I have no idea what you are sorry about, but don't sweat it.

    miycko Thanks!

    Murgen Definitely feeling the same way about the background, I'm thinking about a bunch of alchemical glassware, books, specimen jars, etc for the background.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IanLlanas View Post
    wakoes I have no idea what you are sorry about, but don't sweat it.


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    the reason that I'm sorry I was accidentally click rate this thread button
    but then it show again on your new thread so I guess it OK then
    and anyway I'm looking forward to see that drawing finish it so interesting
    baby on the jar it truly interesting and unique idea
    just another ordinary man who have an used pen with a lot of tape on it with his old computer


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