C.o.w. #256. RGB - VOTING!
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  • Aonegamer

    2 4.35%
  • Sushy

    3 6.52%
  • Spydr

    0 0%
  • AdrianNagorski

    3 6.52%
  • ded

    27 58.70%
  • Askew

    4 8.70%
  • Firith

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    C.o.w. #256. RGB - VOTING!

    Round 256 - Voting!

    Topic: RGB

    Deadline for voting: May 2nd, 2012

    Requirements the week (Read BEFORE posting!):
    - The creature should pay homage to RGB colour in some way

    - The creature’s colour scheme must exclusively be comprised of Red, Green and Blue and must incorporate all three

    - The creature should in some way hint at or play at the notion of pixel-based art


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    Artist: Aone

    Concept: mitchibisssuoo
    mitchibisssuoo's farts are called as rainbow, therefore it not only tributes to RGB but also VIBGYOR.

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    Artist: Sushy

    Concept: RGB Sepiida
    The RGB Sepiida has a strangely shaped (8 bit) shell to hide in when it meets enemies (like sharks). It prefers warm temperatures. Their fins make them slow swimmers.

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    RGB

    Artist: Spydr

    Concept: Arjeebee
    This large land animal uses it's square -easily lost and regrown- scales of bright reds, blues and greens to confuse prey and predator.

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    Artist: Adrian Nagorski

    Concept: 6 armed holographic Rhino_gripper_brute


    whilst hunting, a holographic projection that you can carry around helps.
    if only you could calibrate the RGB settings right . . . .to much pix-elation. . .


    hope this good if enough for the poll, really had hardly any time to do this
    apologies in advance if its to mediocre.



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    Artist: ded

    Concept: crabbapex
    hostile aliens from the pixelated pixelus-16 dimension

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    Artist: Askew

    Concept: Flamboyant Blockhead
    The Flamboyant Blockhead is a generally docile arid dweller. Most renowned for their out of place coloration and solid forehead blocks, used for disputes over resources and females. The vivid coloration though useless for camouflage warns would-be consumers of their lethal toxicity, a result of the less than desirable vegetation they consume. If that isn't enough to deter a would-be predator then their forelimbs are a tried and true fallback.

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    Artist: Firith

    Concept: Michos


    Michos is a paleolithic creature that existed in the deep forests.
    He feeds on Luminous Dandelions which receive light during the day and shine during the night to attract bugs for reproduction.
    He is a fail of evolution since his predators were able to track him easily due to his colorful scales.

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    Artist: Whiskey Sour

    Concept: RGB


    The evolution of computer art, from pixel to infinate polygons, in Red, Green, and Blue.

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    Hi, this is my entry, probably too late as I submitted about two seconds before the deadline, but I wanted to try anyway.

    It's an RGB gazelle that runs through a computer monitor.

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    Poll is up!

    Cuts this week: Weatherby - reason - Failure to follow round requirement: "- The creature’s colour scheme must exclusively be comprised of Red, Green and Blue and must incorporate all three"

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    Without a doubt ded got my vote! Great work, dude!

    Whiskey_Sour had a neat idea by using the evolution of digital art, but I think the designs could've been a bit more creative.

    Askew, I can't look at your entry without thinking of Barlowe's Daggerwrist, it's fine to get inspired by someone else's work but I think you could've played with other possiblities as well. Even it's environment is pretty close to where the daggerwrist is found.

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    @Si_Swe: Ah, sorry, I didn't see that. Still, it was fun to do. Cool topic!

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    Rob Powell: I knew when I did the forelimbs it reminded me of it, and I was a dolt not to double check the Daggerwrist to refresh my memory and modify it for a more original design. (The environment was kind of a fluke, I had originally imagined it more alpine/rainforesty, but couldn't get a hang of the BG so i changed it last minute.) Needless to say I agree with you about it being too similar to the Daggerwrist.... and -headdesk-

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    There are some nice pieces here, but ded's piece really pays the best homage to RGB color, and is also the best rendered and composed piece here. He easily got my vote. I didn't feel like any of the other ones had a clever reference beyond certain pixelated features.

    I'm pretty sure most of these suffered because the WIP thread was relatively lifeless and stagnant this round and I didn't get the sense that feedback and progress updates were operating at their peak efficiency.

    In any case, good effort to all who entered, since this was not an easy challenge at all.

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