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    Cow C.O.W. - #037: CC Huge Dog Endboss




    Round #037

    Topic:
    CC Huge Dog Endboss

    Deadline:
    Saturday, 11th February 2006





    - for any questions or help go here:
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=37512

    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!

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    CC Huge Dog Endboss:

    We need an endboss creature for a jump 'n run game. The creature should be based on a dog as we are entering the chinese year of the dog in 2006. The dog should be huge as endbosses are inclined to do so The dog needs a special weapon, with which it can inflict high damage on the player char (eg laser eyes, fire breath etc). You are free in terms of style, make it fierce like castlevania-style or funny like in mario64-style...


    ps: "CC" stands for "Concept Creature"...it will indicate the rounds with specified concepts!

     

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    ...The back leg is gunna be cocked 'n' ready to unleash devastation!

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    jump 'n run game. Is that basically a side scrolling platformer ?

     

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    well it musnt be a sidescroller, there are some with topview, isometric or 3d...

    but this part is not so important...because it won't define the design in an important way...

     

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    Cool another cc round! I was hoping for more of these

     

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    Sounds fun. Does this mean we don't need a description this round or should we still include one?

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    you don't need one...however if you feel you need to add one do it...

     

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    awesome! im in!!

    got a sketch going

    (if i post a wip, it forces me to actually finish ^__^)

    should a cool round

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    Frak, I might even participate in this round. Excellent topic

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    didn`t i already post this one?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Fozzybar
    well it musnt be a sidescroller, there are some with topview, isometric or 3d...

    but this part is not so important...because it won't define the design in an important way...
    Does that mean that we don't need to draw this week's any differently than we would any other COW - it doesn't have to look like a video game, or be a certain perspective or anything like that? Just a giant, dog-based, combat-capable critter drawn in the style of our choosing?

     

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    A bit....bite of inspiration for you guys. Hehehe
    This is from polish serwer with....funny things [www.funiaste.net]

     

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    Giant fanged robodobermans and magical chihuahuas shooting heat rays out their arse be damned, nuthin' is as scary as reality writ large (OK, I exaggerate, but that's the point, you see ) Final!



    Big Dumbass Puppy (BDP) Boss Sequence:

    1) You enter the level and are confronted with the brain-chilling apparition of BDP! He's been waiting for you all day long! He's missed you so much! He can't wait to frolic all over you! Suddenly...

    2) The Leap of Love! This sudden and nearly always overwhelming melee attack crushes you 98.6% of the time. If you manage to avoid it (megadodge = A+B+C+XYZ^2), you are faced with...

    3) The Tectonic Tail-Thump! BDP is passive, but his happily wagging rear appendage creates such tremors you struggle to keep your footing. Fall, and you die, victim of...

    4) Affection Armageddon! Viscous slime, one drop of which can drown you! Horrendously toxic exhalations guaranteed to gag a maggot! A gooey meaty slab that threatens to suffocate you with every lick! Quick, get up (B+C+A+ZXY*3)! Use the...

    5) Nose Hit Defense (A)! Your only weapon is a rolled-up newspaper, and it must be deployed with pin-point accuracy! Only a smack on the schnoz will quell BDP's enthhusiasm! But watch out, he has one last sneak attack...

    6) The Puddle of Burning Death! Even in defeat, BDP can be a deadly nemesis. Only a quadruple somersault ninja jump (AAA+XXX+BBB+C+[L]+face north standing on one leg) can get you out of the way of this corrosive flood!

    Otherwise...

    GAME OVER (do wish to try again?)

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    haha Jakkas, fear the 2 legged dogboss and his neutral sister.

    I like the notion of giving it a 'special weapon'.

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by hwango
    Does that mean that we don't need to draw this week's any differently than we would any other COW - it doesn't have to look like a video game, or be a certain perspective or anything like that? Just a giant, dog-based, combat-capable critter drawn in the style of our choosing?
    yes, but the more you make it like a conceptart for a video-game the more it will succeed...

     

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    Still a wip,crits welcome.


     

  19. The perfect breed of dog for inspiration
    The gigantic scary Irish Wolf hound


     

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    Errmmm, i'm gonna change the head. Just seeing those pics of the Irish Wolf Hounds got me locked up.
    They... Are... Huge...




    By GOD i love that BDP Masque! (caused a few chuckles)

    Inkfish for some reason i see a little bit of monkey in that beast. It think it might be the torso. Anyhow... it looks really good sofar!

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    Inkfish, I have to agree, that WIP has the posture and facial structure of a babboon. That's not necessarily a bad thing, it just lends itself better to a monkey than a dog basis.

     

  22. not to sound redundant but yea..
    Inkfish I see baboon more than I see dog

     

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    WW II Nazi experamentation combining geneticly engineered dog with flamethrower.



    Updated WIP.



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    Flaming Jerry hounds and deadly drool: i can tell this is going to be a highly amusing COW!

     

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    Now imagine a pack of Irish Wolf Hounds suited up in these charging you.




     

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    Oh, and a WIP while Im here.
    Edit: Final


    Mummified Martian War Hound
    Although its masters have long since returned to the red dust from whence they came this imposing sentinel still prowls the Martian halls guarding against intruders.
    Heavily armored and undead this beast shrugs off all but the most devastating physical attacks.
    Inset: Special attack, Voiceless Howell.



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    well...the only creature i'm afraid of going against so far is in jakkas' post #13. come, come now....get me pumped to fight a baddy.
    cheers!
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  28. Borgola: End Boss, found in the icy prison from which it was banned, the giant Borgola has been awoken in the present day. This creature was once breed and used to protect a valuable item of great power created by the Chinese. In ancient china Borgola was the god of destruction, an enormous ice bound breed of dog. He was fed on demand enormous portions every day and kept in the freezing conditions which turned its fury coat into an icy shield. Once there was no longer use for it after the ancient wars had ended and the item of power buried and hidden for eternity, the great Borgola was chained and sealed in the caves found in the north.
    End Boss attack: The Borgola's breath is near 450 degrees below 0' capable of freezing its enemies and smashing them to pieces. It's slippery dwellings make it hard to stay on your feet and dodge the giants massive claws and destructive blows. As your jumping and ducking you need to figure out how to melt the ice in certain locations so that you can sink the Borgola and trap it in the water for enough time to allow it to freeze. The Borgola also chucks large blocks of ice your way so be ready to move quick. Its eye sight is poor though due to the fact that they are completely frozen solid, so use this to your advantage, hide behind ice mounds, and in some cases these happen to be frozen warriors who's fate left them to be trophies filling the long caverns of the great beast warding off any who dare to enter its domain.

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    now we're cookin' with gas.
    nice mike.
    cheers!
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    Hey Redehlert, did you get my last email I sent you? I just got back home. I will defintily be getting in on this topic.
    I have plenty of time right now.

     

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    Wonder if that guy is thinking "maybe if i thow the stick he'll go fetch?"

     

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