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    Cow C.o.w. - #050: 50!

    C.o.w. - #050: 50!


    Round #050

    Topic:
    50!

    Deadline:
    Saturday, 24th June 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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    Create a concept of a creature, where the number 50 plays an important role...

    keep in mind that visualizing the number 50 in any way will strengthen the entry!


    Have fun!

    note: topic inspired by an idea from Uziel...thanx!

     

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    Edit: The fifty legged spider isnt working out. I still like the concept of a bug that grows a new leg each year of its life, but fifty either way too many or it just looks like a centipede, and I'm not interested in either....

    So I've changed to a new idea, which I will post shortly. Sorry if this disappoints anyone.

    Last edited by Michael Jaecks; June 22nd, 2006 at 12:05 PM. Reason: update pic
     

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    ^ nice idea in place already. [badjoke] Does it take 50 legs to leave your lover? [/badjoke]

    I feel 50 eyes coming on. Don't know why just yet. Gotta cogitate on this.

     

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    Thanks Bruce! We'll see how nice it is once I've rendered all fifty of those spider legs. Whew. I guess technically, when seen from the side, you'll only see 25 in full view. But I'll have to figure out how to make it plain there are 25 other legs receeding to the background, because I know people will be counting.

     

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    desc:The 50 is a slow moving tropical arboreal mammal. despite its calm demeanour, the 50 is equipped with a long tail tipped with a cluster of 50 needles each with a different poison...

    final version
    C.o.w. - #050: 50!

    lots of dynamic entries! i gotta do something other than a side view next time. i hope this isn't the last cow for a while...

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    I think Fozzy is pushing for a summer break

    Fifa creature....and 50? Fozzy if you take a break I think it will be good for all of us lol just busting your balls man. Bruce my first thought was 50 eyes only because the image from Scanner Darkly popped in my head of the one guy/thing with all the eyes..

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    Do you get 50 stars for winning this?

     

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    You should. I mean, there's challenging and there's just plain wack, and this one's balancing on a thin line. But i'll try.

     

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    Here is my idea: A large dragon-like creature which lays fifty eggs inside 50 pouches located on its belly. As the eggs hatch, they drop from the belly. Sort of like a marsupial dragon? I don't know...it's weird, but I'll see how it works out.

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    hey everyone, i guess i should have introduced myself before jumping in... i kind of did on my very first post but then i deleted my submission. should have left in but whatever.... i've been checking out the work CA for a while now and finally got the nerve up (and the free time) to participate. i do a little of everything modeling/drawing/painting whatever i can, and work occasionally in the game industry. i'm really interested in doing storybooks in the future, so my work will have some of that quality, but i'm hoping to broaden my style and do some paintings that are more game/film industry related - which seems to be the style on this site. anyway... i'll be posting my wip for 'the 50' soon and would appreciate any feedback.

     

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    Happy 50th balloon creature "Five-oh"
    C.o.w. - #050: 50!
    This creature can store a great amount of gas in it's small body without internal damage, making it float.
    It floats around longer than a balloon, it's refillable and ensures a quiet walk in the park with your children.
    But you better hold on the string tightly cause they don't like close encounters with airplanes.



    Find the 50

    Last edited by Uziel; June 18th, 2006 at 10:30 AM.
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."
     

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    Hehe, cool topic and cool idea Uziel.

     

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    Hopefully this one wont die as a WIP like last time. Still studying like crazy however, I keep getting sucked back here... I have the will power of a slug..

    C.o.w. - #050: 50!

     

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    .............50 BALLBAGS..........wait....i dont think so

    .............50 Complicated to paint fiddly bits.............no no

    hmn, inspiration, come on!

    WAIT!!! 50 BALLBAGS!!! oh wait yeh........bollox (no pun intended)

     

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    someone could do a cow with fifty udders

     

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    Could I join this activity please? It sounds rathe interesting!

     

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    No need to sign up, it's open for everybody.

    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."
     

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    Neorepto- did you consider trying to execute your concept using a radially symmetrical layout? That's what I imagined when it was a text only post.

    B

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    Mandibulaworm : 50 feet long and 50 teeth
    These creatures can be found in caves and mountain regions. They reach fifty feet long at adult hood as well as containing fifty teeth in their mandible arachnid-like mouths. The Mandibulaworm uses it's fierce gripping power to lock on to prey much larger than itself, it uses its thick muscular body to constrict around the necks of large prey while its mouth tears apart the face of the victim. Mandibulaworms are harmless to anything smaller than them unless provoked because they only feast twice a year which is the reason they feed on prey much larger than them self in order to gorge them self in one sitting and store food for half of the year before they need to feed again.

    Fozzy- you can use this link http://www.mikecorriero.com/images/Fifty-Fifty.jpg for the Voting thread since the attachments don't allow hotlinking

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    ^^^ Dude, Mike you whipped that out fast. I was also considering doing something with fifty rows of teeth or fifty jaws or something.
    Since I'm new to this whole thing, I wonder if once someone comes up with a concept is it basicly uncool to use it even if you already were working it out. Is that why it seems like people rush to post their ideas, so noone steals them??

     

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    nah, go ahead man.. i dont own the idea of 50 teeth

     

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    alright, I havent really even started putting anything on paper yet so we'll see how it turns out. Just out of curiosity, how long did it take you to put that together? Its very nice.

     

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    Great one Mike
    No one 's going for the 50 nipples? Don't dissapoint me guys :p

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    Not sure..I never really pay attention but I started it today around 2pm and worked on it during the day, ate lunch, worked, went outside and got some sun, worked..etc
    I saved steps too, though not sure if I'll get time to make a tutorial, maybe I'll just post the psd. file with the layers and steps in that new members only thread.

     

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    In the not so distant future, the Earth is ravaged my nuclear war. The species that are not wiped out by the fallout fall victim to radiation poisoning, and subsequently develop mutations. Eventually, many of these species began incorporation these mutations into their natural process of evolution.
    Carnivorous jungle sloths are tree dwelling creatures that are found in the jungles of the peninsula once known as Florida. It has large ears and nostrils, due to its poor eyesight, and uses sound and smell as it primary senses. It only leaves the jungle canopy to drink, and due to its small legs it must drag itself slowly using its forearms. The trunk on its face is used for drinking and feeding its young by way of regurgitation. Its exposed stomach is covered with fifty sphincter-like orifices, which can expand to consume prey as large as a small goat. Food can be stored at length before being digested. The retractable tentacles that surround the stomach cam snatch prey from a distance of two yards, and are also used for assistance in mobility.
    Here we see the carnivorous jungle sloth attacking a flock of parrots. The creature can hang completely motionless for hours, waiting for its prey moves within its reach before springing his attack.

    C.o.w. - #050: 50!


    (BTW, anyone know why my avatar/icon/picture thing isnt showing up?)

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    Why doesn't anyone just do fifty creatures, or at least fifty variants? Now THAT would blow my socks off.

     

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    Quinquaginta alba
    C.o.w. - #050: 50!
    The quinquaginta, a creature living on L-type moons of Stedtfeld Systems is originally a domesticated animal producing meat and working on the fields, named after the markings on the back (L=50=quinquaginta). Lately some scientist bread a race that produces a very delicious low-fat and sweet milk. Due to the high demand (the product becomes more and more famous as "Quinjuice") the newest race was presented at the last L98-S agriculture convention. The white haired Quinquaginta alba has with it's fifty dugs a second representation of it's name, now.


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