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October 10th, 2009 #1
C.O.W. # 157 -- Wouldn't Wish It On My Wost Enemy-- VOTING!!
C.O.W. #157 Wouldn't Wish It On My Worst Enemy -- VOTING!!
ROUND #157 VOTING
Topic: Wouldn't Wish It On My Worst Enemy !
Deadline for the voting: Wednesday 21 October 2009
Posting thread (closed): http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=170522.
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October 10th, 2009 #2
After the bombs dropped and the radiation began its twisted cycle across the globe, the earth became far more habitable for the Iamos.
Here they can be seen collecting living human hosts for the offspring of the Phagist; the secretions of which are harvested for use in biochemical concoctions pleasing to the Iamos.
The invasive growths of the Phagists oviate slowly hollow out the still living human body before using it as a host-shell.
One would expect this to be a torturous experience indeed.The word ‘anarchy’ comes from the ancient Greek αναρχία in which αν meant ‘without’ and αρχία meant first a military ‘leader’ and then ‘ruler’. Anarchist society is one ‘without rulers’: a classless, non-hierarchical society.
“You need people like me.
You need people like me so you can point your grubby fingers and say, "That's the bad guy.""
October 10th, 2009 #3
Artist: Bralt Hannicart
Concept: Ixodes Urinaria
The Ixodes Urinaria parasite lays it's tiny, microscopic eggs in fresh water. When swallowed, the eggs manage to make their way towards the bladder, where they cling onto the bladder surface with their tube like tongues. Feeding on salt, the Ixodes Urinaria grows larger and larger. Peeing becomes uncomfortable for the host and when the critter is the size of a large pea, it slowly "rappels" down the urethra while still holding on to the bladder using it's long tongue. It's three hook-like pointy legs press outwards once near the end of the urethra, thrusting them through the skin of the penis and functioning much like fishhooks. The Ixodes Urinaria then fills itself with urine so that it slowly grows even larger and exposes itself. When one tries to remove the bug, it pulls in it's claws so that it squishes the penis and releases an acid inside the bladder resulting in horrifying pain for the host. When dealing with a female parasite, it can also release thousands of eggs into the bladder when trying to remove it. It is possible for the male hosts to "inject" a nearly adult Ixodes Urinaria into a female host during intercourse. It can only be surgically removed but chances are the host is contaminated with dozens of these parasites resting in the bladder. When an adult parasite is removed, others hatch and take it's place.Visit my site at www.bralt.be
October 10th, 2009 #4
Concept Dentata Daemon
One of the more horrific denizens of hell, the Dentata Daemon is a blood hound with a specific prey in mind. Men, who in life were proud sexual predators and rapists of women will find themselves set upon by the Dentata Daemon. Standing at 4 feet tall, it is quite small in stature but with it's powerful claws and rippling muscles it is able to rip a man apart within seconds. Unfortunately for it's victims, death does not come that swiftly. The Dentata Daemon's mouth parts are specifically designed to devour a man slowly - genitals first. Feeding can last days as it slowly devours it's prey, with thousands of it's needle-like teeth rotating flesh into it's cavernous maw. Luckily, in hell - death has no meaning, so once devoured - the victim gets to live the experience over and again - for eternity.
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October 10th, 2009 #5
The Teabagger-Monster is half as big an a grown up man. It appears in your bedroom when you are asleep, and without any sound it lands on your chest causing strange dreams like being naked in public areas, and being unable to run away or hide. The Teabagger-Monster is soft, an smells like a week old fish on the sun.
Last edited by psantha; October 11th, 2009 at 09:06 PM.My sketchbook:mous
October 10th, 2009 #6
Concept: Horned Devil Skink
The Horned Devil Skink located in the wilds of the Tambopata rainforest. Its eggs are rare amongst treasure collectors, due to its shiny gold shin. An explorer or two have risked life and limb in hopes of stealing one. Sadly few have made it back out to civilization. These lizards are foul tempered and have a nasty habit of snacking on would be visitors. This normally takes a chomp or two given the size of this creature and its eagerness to feed.Attachment 799852
Last edited by Rodimus25; October 10th, 2009 at 09:15 PM.
October 11th, 2009 #7
Concept: Chtu'laar Flesh Fiend
Fortunately for the population of Chtu'laar, the Flesh Fiend is not a common sight. Many experts in the field of Xenology, as well as Government officials, denies its existance entirely.
A fate truly worse than death awaits anyone taken by the "Horror Slug".
The creature feeds by enclosing the prey into one of several "Flesh Chambers" that take up most of it's body mass.
Once in place, the victim is invaded by hundreds of feeder tendrils that effectively takes control of the body. After few minutes the victim is no longer in control of bodily functions,
and extremely potent chemicals are injected. Effects include mild euphoria, hypersensitivity to pain, dread, paranoia and intense hallucinations.
The purpose of this drug is to break down the body's immune system and mental defences, making it more receptive to further alterations.
Within an hour the host's (The victim, in most cases human) metabolism will be linked to the paracite (Flesh Fiend);
this nourishes the creature while it in turn keeps the victim borderline alive via a constant stream of it's chemical solution.
Perhaps the most unnerving aspect of the Flesh Fiend's digestion method is the fact that any victim retain full consciousness (Althought insanity tends to follow shortly) at all times.
Every agonizing moment is yours to savor.
The paracite will feed until one of three things happen:
It is killed, and being totaly reliant on it to sustain you, you too die within seconds.
Your body gives up and you die. A healthy individual can survive far longer than the normal human lifespan.
It is consumed by a larger Flesh Fiend. You and your symbiote become part of the new creature. The nightmare begins anew.Deviantart: http://nightherald.deviantart.com/
October 11th, 2009 #8
Concept: The Ramstinghound
The Ramstinghound is aptly named after its main modi of attack. It runs you down and rams you in the back with it's sharpened skull, and when you're down,it uses its stinger-tail to stun you. While you are paralyzed and victim of extreme diarrhea (the creature prefers "clean" meat), you are dragged away to its cave and then devoured, sometimes not as a whole,but left for the young or later consumption. Its origin is unknown.
October 11th, 2009 #9
Concept: Araneae manneaus
One of a murdering kind. This is a from childhood repeating nightmare of a child hating clown that took physical form when he had a bad trip on acid. After it's birth it devoured the clown and it's closest friends sleeping in the same trailer.
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October 11th, 2009 #10
Everyone knows the saying, that you must face your fears. But only face to face with NIA you realize absurdness of this statement. In many languages its name means a synonym to an insane fear lurking in the subconsciousness of everyone. NIA is an artist and its brush is its ability to manipulate fear. Although no one living saw this "thing", no one wants to become one of NIA's masterpieces, wretched victims of his passionate sadism.
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October 11th, 2009 #11
Concept: Lechery Mandragora
A creature that preys on rapist and the desperate homeless. Lurking in alleyways, and old sewage systems, the texture of it skin allowing perfect camouflage. It's call, or moan is like that a women in the heat of passion to attached any potential prey. Hypnotized by the voluptuous curves, and bio-luminescence light show it puts on to entertain its meal, most don't know whats going on untill its to late, and they are met by rows are razor sharp teeth.
October 11th, 2009 #12
October 11th, 2009 #13
The largest and most ferocious creature from the desert planet JZR-4032.3, the Titanidae has no natural predators and will chase down any creature larger than a dog with remarkable success. It is incredibly strong and durable, and is very agile for its hulking size.
Last edited by sketchius; October 11th, 2009 at 04:26 PM.
October 11th, 2009 #14
Concept: Rectal Parasite
contained in image, thanks.
October 11th, 2009 #15
The blesebub deamon is a feared creature, it comes at night, emerging from the walls. Its not you its after though, its after the fresh souls of youre children. It will dig in its hose in their fragile chests and suck it all out, the only thing it leaves is the heavy smell of no filter cigarettes and the empty carcass of the young ones. The souls the blesebub bring back to the dark place they came from to burn in eternity, never to be saved.
Last edited by Ragnj; October 13th, 2009 at 07:58 AM.
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