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Saturday, 02nd December 2006
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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!
Last edited by Fozzybar; November 29th, 2006 at 08:45 AM.
No extreme genital exposure (if not necessary )
Think of a species which has unique mating/loving/spawning/fertilizing etc ways.
eg. Depp Sea Anglerfish, black widow, deep sea giant squid, Sea Horses etc...look up in google, if you don't know what is so unique about them...
the praying mantis female removes the males head. You know, some species of mantis actually take off the head during the act. The males have a secondary nervous system center that finishes the job. Sort of undead zombie style if you ask me.
Hmmm. zombies.... undead... hmmm.
so, is this topic in honor of its numerical placement as well...?
I have an idea where the female is very large and long-lived, while the male is much smaller and has a much shorter lifespan. The jealous males life on top of the females and are quite territorial. "Mating" occurs when the female releases an egg-like packet of female gametes, which the male ingests and fertilizes, becoming, in essence, a living egg. A short time later, many young hatch, and the male dies.
Here's some doodles.
I also had an idea of a species where one gender lives in the future and another in the past and gametes that can travel time.
just an idea
Last edited by Paolo13; November 25th, 2006 at 02:24 AM.
U can destroy all fun u know?Originally Posted by Fozz
Ok, here is mine.
Meet The Queen and her horny court. The idea is very simple ...big female and small males...their only hope to fertilize the female is shoot just into her sexual organs.
Jakkas when size does not matter...aim does!!!
Thx man...and I know what u mean by "addictive" hehe...Originally Posted by Supervlieg
Right... I will thinking about that while writing text for my entry.Originally Posted by Paolo13
rofl FANTASTIC conceptOriginally Posted by JakkaS
Only thing to crit: You make it mighty hard for them shooters, such a hairy... "sexual region"
I thought that could help .. I mean the hair....Originally Posted by Piru
Hehe, you got itOriginally Posted by Michael Jaecks
Was kinda inspiring to me
Sir, Yes Sir!Originally Posted by Superflieg
JakkaS, with so many squirting fools she'll never know who was the father!
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Hmm, nut sure about that wouldn't it be waving when walking?Originally Posted by JakkaS
Anyway, love the design allready
Paolo...I absolutely love it...original, simple and cute...and very effective...^_^
Don't other creatures use hair to help guild sperm??? I could be wrong of course... Or maybe, you could have her genitals/hair facing in the same direction that the males are squirting in?
ima sit out this one and maybe try a chow . ill definatly keep an eye on this one though
Drawing is the honesty of the art. There is no possiblity of cheating. it is either good or bad. ~ Dali
Piru, silken, Moai - thx...
Woodlandwalker - sick but ...this is awsome! I dig the idea....
Woodlandwalker: Dear sweet mother of Christ. Cross pollinating your own nose through nose picking. Its genius.
Concept: Kytes of Ileac
The majestic kytes of Ileac never touch the harsh canyon rock they fly above until the day they die. They spend their entire lives in the air, devoid of feet and claws and eyes – instead they rely heavily on sonar, and represent nature foremost exponent of it. This unusual lifestyle called for a highly unusual mating process. The females spawn the eggs internally – up to 200 a year – which are then ejected one by one from her long tail. These unfertilized eggs then free fall through the air, and the blind males are required to fertilize them. During the mating season the skies are filled with “mating calls” – not to attract females but rather to pinpoint the trajectories of falling eggs using sonar. Catching the eggs without breaking them requires the male to dive down after the egg, achieving the same speed and acceleration, and then when close enough gently picking it out of midair with its mouth. The egg is then hoisted up into a shaft in the forehead, which forms a long shaft down towards the creature’s tail. The shaft also serves to fertilize the eggs, which remain at the tip of the male’s extremely strong tails until it hatches. Once hatched, the new born kite jumps from the tail and flies for the first and last time. 96.4% of the eggs, however, are never caught. But thanks to a lack of natural predators/killers the population seems to stay constant.
Last edited by Brendan N; December 4th, 2006 at 02:29 AM.
ive been away for a while (moving sux) but I might have something for this one.
I should stop picking my nose...
Just added the inking!!! (on top)
haha, i am hot already
PAOLO that is cool! I dig the silhouette with the crazy sky diving one. Those eyes have the sort of expression a 10 year-old boy has who is up to no good!
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