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    C.O.W. - #045: The Mover


    Round #045

    Topic:
    The Mover

    Deadline:
    Saturday, 13th May 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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    thanx to romance for the topic suggestion...it was actually some kind of a joke when we pm'ed

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    in case anyone is asking:

    just create a creature concept, with a creature which's main occupation is moving...whatever whenever however...let's move...bad joke...shut up...ok...

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    Sweet, sounds like fun. I like moving stuff.

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    hmmmm.....i feel a disturbance in the force.
    no.
    wait.
    that's my bowel mover.
    gotta go drop him off at the pool.
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    And yea verily the CoWlies did stare blankly at their screens for never had their been a title so vague.

    All joking aside, this one is really wide open. I think the whole thing here wont be coming up with an idea but trying to decide amongst the hundreds of things that could fit under the broad project title. Guess the best way would be to go about it in a logical fashion and decide the whys, hows, and whats then work from there. Still I dont think well have nearly as much of the idea sharing that I saw last week, everyones gonna have their own thing this week.

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    I keep thinking dungbeetle
    :p

    chaos

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    Thats eerie. I was thinkin the exact same thing Chaosrocks. Hmmm, maybe their wont be alot of discrepancy between entries after all.

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    if my creature walks can he be considered " a mover " since he does move and not stand still? kidding

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    well oddly, according to the totally vague guidelines ...I would think so.

    one's "mover" could be
    A.something which moves
    B. something which moves some thing else
    C. something which changes it's residence often
    D. Something that ellicits an emotional response. "that animal is so pitiful I am moved to tears..."

    and most creatures in the multiplicity of universes including the ones that we make up, fullfill at least one of those criteria. actually a harder topic would be a living creature that doesn't move ever.

    heh..just thinking out loud here
    Chaos

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    Yep chaosrocks, I'm going for the B. category there.

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    a tree never moves and it lives Voila

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    a people person mover. for harsh/silty/swampy terrain. natural rocking movement is likened to sailing. i realized afterwards this idea was done in a design press book, but i'll just go along anyway...
    any crits are welcomed and appreciated.

    C.O.W. - #045: The Mover

    totodon -

    The totodon are a bizarre race of giant docile creature. They have limited intelligence and a high endurance for bleak conditions and environments. Their natural walking motion is fluid and smooth, creating a demand for the creatures as moving vessels across rough terrain. The are mainly bred in captivity, being trained from birth to carry heavy loads and swift stable movements. Commonly used for public transportation across deserts, the totodon are now becoming the royalties favorite cruising travel. Private ownership has risen, turning these creatures into premiere vacationing travel through desert and marshy terrain, with all the accomadations of home inside these giant travel structures.
    Last edited by misledtomisery; May 13th, 2006 at 08:19 PM.

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