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    DSG 1043: Environment/Creature: THICK TUBULAR BEAST WITH TOOTHY MAW ON OCEAN BOTTOM

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    quickie, cant really do much without my tablet


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    Very cool Rondo...I could never do that with a mouse! ^_
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    Glowbelly Death Eel

    Hi Everybody, this is my first post on conceptart.org, even though I've been an avid viewer for over a year. I'm trying to learn Painter and DSG seems like a great way to do it. So here's my first DSG:

    DSG 1043: Environment/Creature: THICK TUBULAR BEAST WITH TOOTHY MAW ON OCEAN BOTTOM

    I know the "tunnel that's really a mouth" idea is pretty overused, but at this point I'm just happy I figured out how the brushes work. Anyway, the idea is that this giant eel burrows itself into a hole. It has a glowing organ in its belly that makes its throat look like a tunnel that leads to shallower waters. Fish, scuba divers, etc. are lured inside, and then you can probably figure out the rest. Cheers!
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    Hi and welcome B.Merry, the picture is great, really good underwater-feel. I like how you can hint the nostrals in the dark,
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    Great image and idea B. A very devious creature. =^)

    It's newbie central!

    I've only been lurking for a while and only just found some time to do a sketch. About 1.5 hours on this one.

    DSG 1043: Environment/Creature: THICK TUBULAR BEAST WITH TOOTHY MAW ON OCEAN BOTTOM

    After the recent discovery of deep ocean vent ecosystems, this particular tubeworm decided it was after tastier prey than the microrganisms the other worms subsided on. And so far it seems to be doing pretty well for itself.
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    A few hours. Inks and digital colours.

    DSG 1043: Environment/Creature: THICK TUBULAR BEAST WITH TOOTHY MAW ON OCEAN BOTTOM

    Backstory: 1954 - A fifteen megatonne, atmospheric hydrogen bomb is detonated in the Marshall Islands. This bomb, known as Castle Bravo is twice as powerful as originally predicted, and causes widespread nuclear fallout.

    Present Day - In the depths below something lurks... what started as a small, humble creature now gorges itself on sperm whales to keep up with it's exponential rate of growth. A monsterous sea cucumber with an unrelenting appetite is now heading toward the coast of Japan. And the fallout of that fateful test, conducted years ago, will now bear more unexpected results.

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    real nasty one, burrito
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    Hi all. If you fear the dark, ocean botton is a nightmare cold, silent, strange creatures.
    DSG 1043: Environment/Creature: THICK TUBULAR BEAST WITH TOOTHY MAW ON OCEAN BOTTOM
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    Burrito, is it going to find godzilla? nice piece.
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    the "erectus-fallaticus" is a worm like creature that dwells at the bottom of the ocean . and it lures its prey with its sticky tounge that it sticks out for the fish to nibble on. then they stick on the tounge and it pulls them inside the mouth. it can make the tounge in any shape that the prey like to eat.


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    hehe 3 minute sketch.
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    Kickass piece and idea, B.Merry. A bit surprised you're only just learning how to use brushes from what you've shown.
    Burrito's is a definite shoe-in for the next Godzilla movie, and I just really like Uchinan's creature.
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    The Giant Bermuda Round worm seems like a slow beast, but can react with suprising agility if it feels threatned. Most of the time this giant will lay suspended out of it's hole, and lure small fish with electric currents, generated by the "teeth: inside it's maw, and by special organs radianting from it's body.
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    Like that one 2 B.Merry, not a standard concept at all. that glowing organ makes it cool and original. Good use of brushes allready, i know painter and i know how u can drown in all those brushes and posibilitys hehe.

    Burito: lol i first though it wuz a flying head with blood, looks a bit dirty haha, cool concept though

    Uchinan, i like that creature, cool n scary mouth man, don't wanna be in that divers suit

    Great entries, if i have some time i goanna try a concept.
    But goanna keep it more sketchy this time though.
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