[ Make them legs all a-blubbery! ]
Creature: LARGE ARCTIC SPIDER HAS HEAVY, BLUBBERY, WALRUS-LIKE FLESH
Needs more blubba! The penguin is wondering 'Wheres the fish?'
Sorry no color. This one made me mad.
Argh. I didn't make dem legs blubbery... Oh, well. Way too long; Photoshop 7. I sleep now.
Pinkerton's Spider, the only known Arctic insect, maintains its body heat through constant motion -- never stopping, never sleeping (hence the name). Its thick, leathery, blubbery skin stores fat for extended periods of time. Although frightening due to its size (and bioluminescent patches), the Pinkerton's Spider's venom is dangerous only to cold-blooded creatures, such as the fish that comprise its diet...
Nice work on that fur (aka freaky hairy leggs). Like the color-scheme aswell.
AsylumSeaker - truly awful blubbery flesh, good job
India ink and Pilot Precise approx 30 mins.