View Poll Results: Pick your favorite undead displacer beast:

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  • marko markovic

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  • MephistoLV

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  • Harmageddon

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  • Whiskey Sour

    1 1.49%
  • ghūl

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  • metal_militant

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  • KDZ

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  • warburton

    3 4.48%
  • GammaGrey

    2 2.99%
  • rairei19

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  • gavinmacdesign

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  • Obstfelder

    6 8.96%
  • Antono

    7 10.45%
  • TTmambo

    26 38.81%
  • Centra

    14 20.90%
  • ded

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Thread: C.O.W. #269. D&D Variants: Round 2: Undead Displacer Beast - VOTING!

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    Artist: gavinmacdesign

    Concept: Undead Displacer Beast
    Warlocks nicknamed the returned displacer beast Death's Final Lie which many believe come from the hypnotic and distracting glow of its tentacles.
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    Artist: Obstfelder

    Concept: Horror Displacer (Undead Displacer Beast)
    It lurks among the standing stones on the "plains of a million dead", an ancient battleground.
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    Undead Displacer Beast

    Artist: [COLOR=White]Antono/COLOR]

    Concept: Undead Displacer Beast
    The undead beast can be seen from away, with the glowing green energy that emit from inside. The terrifying auto and lung burning stench aura that emits sends a clear signal to anyone anything that wants to get near.
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    Undead Displace Family

    Artist: TTmambo

    Concept: Undead Displace Family
    The creature family lives in the forest, the father travels down the mountain to hunt for food for his young and spends his happy time with his family during the night.
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    Artist: Centra

    Concept: Undead Displacer Beast

    Dangerous in life, terrifying in death... unfortunately, it looks like the necromancer got to it before you did.
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    Artist: ded

    Concept: undead displacer beast
    a pregnant displacer beast that has been raised from the dead by a necromancer, added with potions that gave it mutations for enchanched ability



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    The poll is now live! No rejection this week, cause I'm feeling all kindly and fuzzy.

    Voted for TTmambo for great design, illustration structure and a beautiful take on the subject overall.
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    is it too late to upload a picture? being in australia l miscalculated the deadline >.>
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    TTmambo: very unexpected take on the subject. Rather than making it look badass, like everyone else, you made it seem like a pleasant nurturing creature, even though it has all those 'undead' qualities that would make it seems very horrific if encountered. For that you got my vote dude! Excellent work!!

    btw...Centra and ded are my other fav's, great work guys!!
    I'd like to see what other pieces of art you've done. It's be cool if you dropped a link to your website or portfolio! Or even started a sketchbook on here!

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    warburton: you're def improving, really liking the atmosphere in your more recent artwork, although the environment does look a little empty, perhaps adding something in the background, faded by the mist, such as some dead trees or even another displacer beast.

    metal_militant: there's some readability issues in your piece. This is basically still a rough sketch though, even if your leaving it in b&w try to push those forms and values to make your creaturemore legible. Also I think you could've experimented with better poses.
    Art is not about competing against others and being better than everyone else, but it is about competing against yourself and discovering your greatest potential!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Powell View Post
    TTmambo: very unexpected take on the subject. Rather than making it look badass, like everyone else, you made it seem like a pleasant nurturing creature, even though it has all those 'undead' qualities that would make it seems very horrific if encountered. For that you got my vote dude! Excellent work!!

    btw...Centra and ded are my other fav's, great work guys!!
    I'd like to see what other pieces of art you've done. It's be cool if you dropped a link to your website or portfolio! Or even started a sketchbook on here!

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    warburton: you're def improving, really liking the atmosphere in your more recent artwork, although the environment does look a little empty, perhaps adding something in the background, faded by the mist, such as some dead trees or even another displacer beast.

    metal_militant: there's some readability issues in your piece. This is basically still a rough sketch though, even if your leaving it in b&w try to push those forms and values to make your creaturemore legible. Also I think you could've experimented with better poses.
    I totally understand sir. It is a rough piece but I really wanted to submit something and I didn't have time to colour it in. I will sit down with the colours now. And I will definitely explore posing and composition in future works.
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    Si_Swe: I accidentally voted on my own piece can you please delete it for me?
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    TTmambo Centra and Obstfelder are my favourites - voted TTmambo for the most original design in the end.
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    Warburton and Ded where both really good, but I had to vote for TTmambo in the end. nice humorous take on the subject and the Square Enix style of the wings/tentacles make for a pleasing design.

    Some thoughts on a few of the designs:

    Centra: I like your design, but I think you could have upped the contrast a tiny bit to show off the light sources inside the body more.

    Meteor Panda: you have some interesting design choices, but your rendering is a little flat. with no implied light sources. Maybe you could have done a more clear lineart version wich would have showed the design better?

    Whiskey Sour: I think you've done a nice rendering of the bones, but the design doesn't come together so well. The fire in the eyes and the tentacles need to cast more light in the scene. and the broad stance feels very un-cat like (if that makes sense).

    Nice challenge, great work from everyone! See you in the next one.
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