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Saturday, 15 October 2005
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note: The deadline won't be EXACTLY after a week...it can last up to 24 hours more, i am human and have to work also, you know
Post your creature for this week!
ooooooooooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!! I get chills just thinking about this....!
water + ice environments... my two most hated!!! thanks for challenging me foz!
wooohoooo I have waited soooooo long (nearly 2 days ) until C.O.W#25 started. Great topic, I need to get to my pencils now , hehe
it's COW, no environment needed : just make your creature kick a little bit more ass then it would normally and people look past the fact it has no environmentOriginally Posted by Form
Originally Posted by BrainBug
you callin' meh a pusseh?!?!?!
Yes....Koala Pusseh! What do you know about arctic, eh...
I know more about koala pusseh than you... no wait let me try again.....
I know more pusseh than an antarctic koa..... no no... this is hard...
IMA HAVE TO k-k-KICK YOUR ASSSSS FOZZY!
go to bed form.
Why can't we all just get along!? ya pussies!
^keep me going by visiting my sketchbook^
Just gonna throw in a quick one - I have a really busy week ahead...
These lightning fast predators feed mostly on small mammals. Thier wings are actually covered in thick fur which, while a perfect insulator for its arctic habitat, render the creature flightless. It uses the wings as shelter from the freezing winds and also to intimidate competitors. It is thought they may have been able to fly in the past, but the wing feathers most likely adapted to a climate change.
MY SKETCHBOOK - http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...4&page=6&pp=60
My Blog - http://andrewleysketches.blogspot.com/
Specimen 50-C "Spider Rabbit"
From the lost files of the 60's Gjoa iceberg expedition
Trent Leyland's diary excerpt:
"...they aren't ears. The horn like extensions work in a similar way as the ampullae of Lorenzini in sharks, that explains why the creature could find our huskies even during the storms.
Foreman took a few pictures of the creature while there was still some sun, can't wait to see how they turn out."
those are HOT.
Damn Andrew...if this is the kinda stuff you turn out when you don't spend any time on a painting, I'd probably have seizures if you ever post one that you felt like you finished.
Scumgrinder...very nice. A little disapointed that the photographer didn't take a moment longer to focus . But in all seriousness, it is a very nice painting.
well. i could post the one where he actually worked the focus properly in my sketchbook .
Thanks for the comments, dudes
why should you feel guilty?
it's a good idea to incorporate into the drawing considering it was probably a hastily taken picture from the description given. i don't imagine anyone holding still with something like that charging at them.
you can still see all the important parts, anyway.
awesome first post! I like you already
thanks. i thought i was just going to lurk here, and look at the pretty pictures, but i couldn't help myself it had to be said.
great job, btw.
I agree I like the blur and the photo effects on it better. It helps add that little extra oomph to the story.
mixed feelings now. should i redo the thing without the blur?
no, leave it as is.
crazy entries allready, those are great guys. I hope I have time for this week's cow but I'm also happy to say I'm swamped with work tihihi.
bah, thinking it was Ice Carnivore i came up with a concept of the "frigare burglare" that steals the deep frozen meat out of peoples fridges at night to eat it as a popsicle... but that isn't quite arctic so i'll have to think of something else...
nice work, scummy and andrew
Actually, they are COOL!Originally Posted by Form
Nice entries so far....i love it when the bar is raised up so early
fine!Originally Posted by scumgrinder
i'm glad i got to see the first version anyway.
Sour - The snow is still blurry
Scumgrinder - I've got to say I like it better, and I'm glad you did it!
Here's my rough sketch of my arctic carnivore. Knowing how much I hate drawing fur, I figured it was the perfect excuse to practice. :-p
Last edited by nightfend; October 14th, 2005 at 12:29 AM.