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    DSG 830: Biological Oddity: LAND-JELLIES ... (JELLYFISH THAT LOCOMOTE LAND-WISE)

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    When jellycups evolve!

    Not quite a jellyfish... how about a jellycup!

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    DSG 830: Biological Oddity: LAND-JELLIES ... (JELLYFISH THAT LOCOMOTE LAND-WISE)

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    DSG 830: Biological Oddity: LAND-JELLIES ... (JELLYFISH THAT LOCOMOTE LAND-WISE)

    Last edited by hellqvist; August 5th, 2005 at 02:33 PM.
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    Crawling out of the water in hordes, these jellies are much larger and stiffer then their aquatic counterparts - and they seem to have an affinity to probing things.
    painter 40?
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    DSG 830: Biological Oddity: LAND-JELLIES ... (JELLYFISH THAT LOCOMOTE LAND-WISE)

    oohw forgot to mention the yellyfish is referenced

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    This design is based on an old RPG character of mine. Yes, I had an RPG character who was a land walking jellyfish. Strange, I know.

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    This image was captured during the first Karion IV moon landing at Borgir Null. It is an Emperor Land Jelly checking on one of its "medusa" polyps.
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    1hr in PS. No refs.
    I really like Mach's today, and Helqvist's.

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    yeah hellqvist's is very nice.
    Haru, yours in beautiful too, love the rider you added with the scarf and all, very anime'ish A boy and his blob
    I just quickly sketched mine out, Ill paint it then post

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    Unable to survive independantly on land, jellyfish evolved into parasitic organisms caple of almost complete mind control. They could often be seen attached to the native wildlife of the big cities. The era of man was no more.
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    grim: haha neat concept man !

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    brutal. speed painting a jellyfish is nasty. no form, anatomy, or expression for me to latch onto. oh, well. painter and photoshop 40 min. ... wow, did i just admit to takeing that long. urgh.

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    Grim- nice concept!
    Damicide- Doesn't look bad at all for 40 mins. Hell, mine took an hour and didn't turn out that interesting.

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    I always mess up the proportions. I guess I should start with the figure being the focus, and not the environment. Anway I don't know if you can see the details. The core of the jelly is a generator, charging it's outer shell so nothing can touch it. Random outbreaks of lightning shoot everywhere, hitting a poor little bird .

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    ya this took me a while to get around to do today. its soo hot here in BC canada right now.

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    Got carried away with this one...

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    I like shaky's idea...somehow it seems to have that natural jellyfish characteristic. Would've been better if you spent a few more minutes on it though. Sunny, eeep ugly. Mach and Damicide, sweet rendering...I see a chocobo! Cool stuff from everyone.

    Goodnight, have a great w/e...

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    A few variations...

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    And a couple rifs on #2:
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    william: (will? billiam?) I like those, did you start them off with abstract transparent strokes and then work them into full on creatures? Id be interested to know your technique on em, cuz it looks like you had fun with it.

    sunny: love the beard, I think he would look good with a cigar and a pint as well. nah, that'd be overboard its good just the way it is.

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    Here is mine. In case you can't tell, its basically an upside down jellyfish. It likes to grab anything in the air. Then it eats it.
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    DSG 830: Biological Oddity: LAND-JELLIES ... (JELLYFISH THAT LOCOMOTE LAND-WISE)
    Sonny that is totally killer
    Haru I am loving the texture fill background sweet idea
    Ads Great idea. I dig your tootbrush guy.
    Damicide. 40 minutes isn't so bad the texture and lighting is really good
    William B Hand You got that irodecent thing down, Nice
    Grimloch Cool idea looks like the lost Pink Floyd album cover
    Lukavi Really good rendering. It seems as though some highlights on the tenticals might make it pop better.
    Hellqvist I like the textures that you got going on in there

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