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    Cow C.O.W. - #075: 75 tons - Voting!

    ROUND #075 VOTING

    Topic: 75 tons

    Deadline for the voting: Saturday, 10th February 2007

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    artist: TomCardin
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    Dragonbane was created by the Demon Lord Grishnaahk to destroy the Great Dragoness, Kachina, that banished him to hell for a thousand years. Grishnaahk enslaved an ancient dragon of the lower planes and set to work warping, twisting and growing its powerful body into his engine of destruction. Fusing the bones and scales and muscles into a hardened being of fully 75 tons. With his massive forelimbs, tapering to points of diamondine hardness, Dragonbane strikes rapid powerful blows to anything that crosses his path. Blind and deaf from the change to his being, Dragonbane yet has incredible senses. He "feels" the vibrations eminated by the molecules of all things around him. Every step he takes paints a map of counter resonance, showing him minute details and structural weaknesses. If a creature he strikes is not immediately dead from the multi-ton blow, Dragonbane can strike with a rythm that will amplify the counter resonance and begin actually disintegrating bones and shells and even the adamantine hard scales of a Great Dragon.


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    artist: longshao
    concept:
    Mega Beast
    "Mega Beasts" are among the largest land animals. They grow to a height between 30 to 40 feet tall, and weighs in at 58 to 90 tons, though most individuals grow to about 75 tons.
    During the wet season, mega beasts move to inland plains where they feed on juicy roots of plants. They use their big horn to dig up the plants then grap food with their extremely long tongues. When the dry season comes, they migrate toward the coast where food is more abundant and the climate more pleasant.


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    artist: mattbyng
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    Extreme Bovine
    The 'Extreme Bovine' weighs in at a massive 75 tons! Related to your average cow, the 'Extreme Bovine' is a placid creature. Sadly its rear limbs never grew as the the creature grew fatter after devouring tree after tree. The calm, simple-minded creature spends most of its time dragging itself from place to place in search of food and water. These creatures are very rare, and in fact it is thought only a small group of maybe less than 20 of these 'fatties' exist in the entire universe.


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    artist: DanRamey
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    Rock Pheonix
    The Rock Pheonix Lives in remote volcanic regions, and uses lava to warm it's eggs.


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    artist: BEESFIS
    concept:
    Giant Plated Brachamura
    This colossal beast is to your average crustacean as megalodon was to your average white shark. The Brachamura looks much more fearsome than it actually is. In general, it considers humans to be too puny for eating, usually sticking with creatures at least at large as elephant seals. At adult weight the creature can reach upwards of 75 tons, roughly 20 of which is shell alone. Some ancient South-East Asian cultures have been known to use their shells for boat hulls.


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    artist: Eric Engelmann
    concept:
    Slugbug
    75 ton SLUGBUG eats cars whole....sucks out its occupants and leaves the car shells behind. leaves a trail of electromagnetic slime which traps cars if attempting to drive across...and temporarily knocks out its occupants.


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    artist: VirtualSurreality
    concept:
    Island Fish
    With a rocky textured skin, the immense size of the Island Fish is its true camouflage. Unable to see the entire creature, almost every passing shark or whale has fallen prey to this huge ambush predator. After expelling the water from within its body, the Island Fish quickly opens its mouth when its prey comes within 10-15ft. This killer whale was pulled in along with tons of water only moments after this photo was taken. With larger prey, this fish has evolved two claws near its mouth to hook into any meal that refuses to go in without a fight. Most Island Fish have been marked by a colorful spear near the rear side of the creatures body. This allows for the local islanders to travel safely around these "moving islands" without fear of being sucked in as a mistaken meal. This particular Island fish, however, has picked up a stowaway. An old hermit has called the back of this fish home for longer than even the local population can remember. He is constantly pulling the spears out and using them as a fishing rod to catch the many smaller fish that congregate around the safety of this creature. Weighing in at 75 tons, this is only an average size for these beasts. Local legends tell of their ancestors who built an entire civilization on the back of one of these creatures. With no known enemies, it is unclear exactly how old or large they could become.


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    artist: Plate
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    Plated Nautilosaur or Sand Titan
    The Plated Nautilosaur, or Sand Titan as they are often called, is a tremendously large and heavy creature that often inhabits sandy coastal regions. They can weigh upwards 75 tons, with about 60% of their total weight being from their shells and plating; an incredibly dense structure of minerals, this material is one of the hardest known organic substances. Despite their tremendous strength and overwhelming size, nautilosaurs are actually peaceful herbivores, and if provoked by a serious threat they are prone to withdraw into their shells rather than fight back. They're also known to hibernate within their shells during times when vegetation is scarce, and have recently become a major commercial nuisence - since they prefer to hibernate on flat solid ground, there have been a number of incidents where dormant nautilosaurs have completely blocked off newer trade roads. Moving one from its resting place has proven to be a difficult task, to say the least.


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    artist: njoo
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    The core of the beast is a jelly like material that sucks the life out of any living things. and as his excretion comes from thousands of tiny pores that hardens like rock shape substances, that protects him from any of nature's threat. However the creature has a strange characteristic of reproduction. As it's size and the weight of his outer shell increases, it's body can longer sustain the maximum heavy weight, which so happens to be approximately 75 tonnes. At that time, chunks of the outer shell will then crack and drop from its body, tearing along tiny pieces of flesh with it. The new born flesh then continue the growth process all over again until it has reach the maximum weight and size. As the beast grows older, more of its shell will shed and less will be produced, exposing its vulnerable body and which will eventually die.


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    artist: Peg
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    Erasguiner
    These huge birds have through the years lost its ability to fly due to its ever increasing weight. A fullgrown EG weighs in at about 75 tons.
    All that is left of the once proud flyers wings are two armlike limbs often prone to flail about while the EG balances itself.


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    artist: pogoshio
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    He just like a kind of dinosaur, I don’t remember what name that is. And in the different, he lived in desert not woods or another place where lot of water has. So he planted many things on his body. Just like an oasis in desert!


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    artist: VegasMike
    concept:

    I sat on the beach sketching a small series of islands just off the coast. I was surprised to see them slowly growing larger and gently bobbing up and down...the tide began to surge! I stared in amazement as the island slowly emerged from the ocean, but this was no island! A large neck appeared before the hulking mass...the creatures legs began to crest the waves. What a magnificent beast! The earth shook as the turtle like colossus walked by...I followed the creature a short distance inland and observed her laying eggs the size of cars gently on the grassy plains...She made no attempt at covering them...I watched her lumber back to sea eventually disappearing beneath the horizon. I would estimate her length at 350 feet and her weight about 75 tons. Im so fortunate to have witnessed this emergence...It was an experience I'll never forget!


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    artist: Chuck,mate.
    concept:

    This reptilian beast from planet Gor`Gong (destroyed in the year 2070 by an unknown source…), towering over the dying city, is a first time visitor
    to planet earth. Crashed into a nearby wheat field inside a meteor, the only surviving specimen of its species, it then headed to explore its surroundings.
    It weighs 75 tons and it can stretch itself to an astonishing length of 480 meters, aprox.
    Feeds on rocks and metal, it enjoys a good 6 months of sleep now and then, too.
    Spreads toxic (to humans, anyway...) gas after every feeding.
    breathes oxygen.
    nauseated by water.
    (hell, sounds like this dude I knew in the army…)


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    artist: Myriell
    concept:

    A monster living on the ground of the deep oceans.
    Sometimes, when it comes up for hunting wales, the nose might look out of the water a bit.
    People misunderstand those as sharkfins.


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    artist: voraz
    concept:

    This 75 ton creature is a new species, genetically engineered. The increasing preoccupation with the environmental consequences of fossil fuel combustion has led to the search of alternatives. This creature, named the MegaCow, was produced with the idea of being used for cargo transport and use in construction sites, though avoiding the use of vehicles moved by internal combustion. It has a very strong but light squeleton, with powerful muscles and a thick hard skin, which makes it ideal for this kind of tasks. it moves slowly and has a slow metabolism, but it is a incredibly strong creature capable of carrying several times its own weight or excavating large areas in little time.


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    artist: cherryworx
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    "Believed to surface in Africa in the rainy season the Contego (latin for "shielded") Snake is one of the rarest and deadliest creatures ever to have exsisted, although it is not related to the snake family in any way it's distinctive snake-like shape has led to it's name. it's thought that this cryptoid is the reason behind the rapidly disappearing elephant population as, during the rainy season when elephant herds travel more it comes out of hibernation to gorge itself. cryptozoologists beleive that the creature weighs around 75 tons from recent findings of a skull section and fresh tracks found after a particulary bad storm."


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    artist: HankTheTank
    concept:
    Jet Eater
    This behemoth weighs in at only 75 tons because the majority of it's volume consists of gases. Lightweight bones and small organs attribute to the lightness as well. This beast can thank all that gas for it's ever changing physical features.


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    artist: Michael Jaecks
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    CNN --First Verifiable Close Encounter Asks More Questions Than it Answers...
    It drifted into Earth orbit by suriprse. Almost like a beached whale, the alien corspe was caught by the shallow waters of Earth's gravitational pull and came into the view of Earth based telescopes at 1:34 am GMT. Astronauts on the International Space Station were able to catch sight of the creature approximately three hours later as their orbit neared the extraterrestrial. But by then it was too late to add to the data collected by scientists on the ground. The creature entered Earth's atmosphere and burned up completely during the descent.
    Scientists could see the creature as massive, equal in size to some of Earth's largest dinosaurs. NASA esitmates its weight at approximately 75 tons. A meteor the same size could have caused significant damage, depending on its impact. Scientists consider it fortunate the the organic matter burned so easily in the atmosphere, but the relief is bittersweet: "We were able to observe the object for such a short time before it vaporized completely. It was just not enough time to tell us much." The alien burned up harmlessly over Bloomington, Minnesota.
    Scientists believe the Entity, as they are calling it, was organic, carbon based, massive and most likely deceased before entering Earth's space: "We observed no movement of any kind in the three hours we were able to watch it. Was it space dwelling? Did it get out of some spacecraft? We may never know."
    One interesting development is NASA's reclamation and reintegration of SETI as a part of its organization. SETI was originally a NASA program that was cut long ago due to funding. This new discovery has reinvigorated the search for life on other planets and SETI trained observers have found new jobs back in their old offices. Hope is high, but how likely more sightings like this one are possible remains unknown.
    This is Michael Jaecks, reporting for CNN, Goldstone Observatory, Barstow California.


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    artist: MikeCorriero
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    Grub-Loin Water Hog
    The behemoth hog lives off the coast of Asia wallowing just off the ocean shores in salty mud pits. The Grub-Loin is a celebrated giant as it represents the year of the pig according to the Chinese calendar. These gargantuan water hogs much like hippos spend a great deal of time under water but they need to breathe air. Grub-Loins are capable of holding their breathe for extended periods of time, they are extremely slow moving in both water and on land. They will often beach themselves if they stray too far from their mud pools which keep them cool and the ocean shores they spend time in to clean their hides as well as search for food. In order to move to and from these pools to the ocean the Grub-Loin Water Hog slides on its belly using it's hind legs to push....as much as possible. If they can't find the strength it's possible that they may die from heat stroke if their unable to reach a cooling location or a food source.
    The giant Water Hog needs to eat constantly from birth to adulthood averaging 25 meals a day as an infant equaling upwards of 100 lbs each day worth of fish and vegetation. This gorging goes on for approximately 4 years at which point the Hog continues to feed at a more subdued rate due to its extreme decrease in movement and speed. Many sea birds will sit atop the backs of these 75 ton creatures scavenging for scraps of meat after it has fed. The Grub-Loins are generally sacred creatures, worshiped and protected by NWA associates however farmers will kill these giants on rare occasions to feed their village for the next 10 years when food is scarce and their crops dry out.


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    artist: DarkPixel
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    The Slabb
    Is a wild beast of the plains. Most of the time this creature waits and rests. When prey is unlucky enough to come within striking distance, the massive Slabb launches it's 75 ton body in a attack from above, pulverizing it's victim with it's giant weight. It's segmented underbelly is made of hard stony bone, while in between the segments many tentacles each with a razor sharp mouths consume the mashed victim beneath....


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    artist: navarrot
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    The concept is about big desert seals. The one in the picture maybe is heavier than 75 tons but ussually could find smaller ones.


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    artist: JakkaS
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    Galabash
    "Kill that bastard! Kill him!....he's making damn ice sculptures from my soldiers. Kill him..now!
    General Kol'shak, Shake's Paddafa first general.
    ... These huge creatures live in the Desert of Pillars. Their big dark skinned bodies are storing sun energy. Galabash are using this energy to produce cold. They can freeze to death most of the creatures leaving in the desert. They hunt usually in packs. One of the biggest males is chasing the prey in to the ambush. Rest of the pack waits for their pray and in the right moment attack them with the cold breath... they hunt on the whole desert but they have to stay near water reservoirs to supplement water.
    ...Few desert sheiks has these creatures in their army. They are used in the battle as a mounted creature but also for hunting and storing the food for army.


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    artist: scorge
    concept:
    Tree Lugger
    (Note: you have to imagine the voice of David Attenborough when you read this. If you don't know who he is, look him up. It's worth it.)
    When's the last time you saw a hill rise up on it's own legs, and charge towards you, its mouth agape revealing wicked teeth and a pitiless stare weighing you down. Probably never. Until now. Welcome to the world of the tree lugger. This giant unfriendly beast is found in all the rainforests of the world, each forest containing a different species. This one in particular is the South-East Asian Tree Lugger. Found primarily in the rain forests of Indonesia, this 75 ton behemoth is probably the most formidable and territorial creature to ever walk the earth. Because of its unique adaptation and symbiotic relationship with the local foliage( the lugger travels quite fequently, searching its territory, which can be as big as 500 square miles, for intruders) the Tree Lugger easily blends in with its environment, either waiting for prey, or sleeping, or even roaming the forest. Because of its enormous size, this creature has developed pockets on it's body that can accept the seeds of trees, allowing the trees to grow unhindered and almost always available to sunlight. In return, the Lugger eats what ever touches it trying to get into its trees. Its not a bad deal. Occasionally, this omnivore will either eat whole banana trees, or if it picks up the scent of an elephant, it will rely on its excellent camoflauge to sneak up and pounce on the pesky pachyderm, maybe even catching an unlucky rider in the fray. Shhhhh, let's watch this one in action.


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    artist: redehlert
    concept:
    Bubbas
    Big…bold…bad…butt ugly.
    Spawned of God only knows what...
    Creatures only a mother could love.
    Fierce in battle, this first line of attack begins with
    heralding horns from riders to announce its presence
    and strike fear into all that face it.
    Towering at over 80 feet of sheer muscle, armor,
    spikes, horns, teeth and terror.
    It likes strolls on the beach, holding claws and singing opera.
    Favorite color: pink.
    One thing to never tell a Bubba: that he/she weighs 75 tons.


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    artist: Rabid Peanut
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    Teargar
    Weight 75 tons
    Height: Avg. 27 feet
    Age: Up to 150 years
    Food: Large plants and roots
    Region: 2300 A.D. Kardimak Plains of Africa
    The teargar is named for the tear shaped drops that appear on its frontal horns once it reaches maturity. Tenacious and aggressive, the teargar will charge through anything that stands in it's path. At birth the teargar has only a small crown of bone, by maturity (around 25 years) its crest will grow so large that its eyes will be permanently sealed underneath the bone structure. However, by this time, the animal has grown so large it can rely on it sense of smell and hearing to locate food and detect predators. Only 1 out of 5 reach maturity, but the suprising fact is that it usually isn't from predators. The teargars crest growth is very unstable, many die from it either growing far to heavy to carry upon its thick neck, or the crest crushes the skull from within. It is theorized that their uncotrollable and fickle behavior may be caused by the weight and stress placed on the brain from its crown. Upon maturity, male teargarths turn a bright crimson...why this occurs isn't clear. Males display of crimson as mating habits have been denounced for their lack of eyesight....
    Teargar's are bred in human domains as walking battering rams. With their thick skin and solid organic construction, few defensive structures can withstand a direct charge from this beast. As for pointing a blind battering ram in the right direction......ummm were working on it.....


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    artist: Tyranx
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    The Crackler
    The Colossal behemoth which had previously only existed in myth emerged from its watery world of nightmare and long forgotten dreams and set foot on the world of man. As it made its way up the beach, everyone who caught sight of the monstrosity fled in terror or were struck frozen by fear, but not crismson-clad Sayan. She walked towards it calmly, sword in hand, her eyes burning with anticipation.
    The creature caught sight of her, and let out a blood-curtling shreak, a gelatinous abberation of noise that has never or ever will be heard in this world again.
    It peered at her calm figure through emotionless beady black eyes as it shifted its enormous weight back and then lunged forward, its monstrous claw outstretched, Sayan did not move.


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    artist: Moog
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    An adult Rock Muncher has no natural enemies. It derives it's nutrients from the mineral rich rocks common in it's environment. As an added benefit, as it matures, it's thick skin is reinforced by growing particularly hard minerals which it has ingested into crystalline nodules.


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    artist: Muttonhead
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    The 75 Ton Morton Salt Beast
    In the late 80's, the Morton salt company began dabbling in genetic experimentation, in an effort to create a biologically enhanced creature that could make salt and then excrete it, thereby eliminating the need for factory production and sharply decreasing the need for manpower. The result of the test was this behemoth, which could collect salt from the sea air through the pores of it's skin, grow massive salt crystals on its' back, and internally grind the salt into fine table-ready piles of salt, which were excreted from thousands of udders on its' underbelly.
    The creature also had four large external tongues, which it used to lick the salt crystals to test their saltiness before grinding.
    The claws in the front were not intentional, and were the result of a mis-matching of genes.
    Eventually the project was scrapped because almost every person on the executive board of Morton Salt realized, nearly simultaneously, how utterly revolting the idea of getting salt from this giant, pink titan was. Instead, they tried to turn the creature into an attraction at the newly built "Morton Salt World" amusement park. But this didnt last long either because most parents felt that the Salt Beast was "scaring the kiddies".
    The Salt Beast now roams free in Jersey.


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    not accepted entries:

    All WIPs/sketches/not finished yet/placeholder/yaddayaddayadda images...


    D-Baker
    As I already mentioned in the posting thread, your creature looks more like a technical object. The surface design reminds of a suit.

    hurricane, ManicShadow
    Your creature didn't weigh 75 tons as it was mentioned many times in 75 ton sized text

    Ifman1
    No description of the creature. No sense behind the design. No real idea behind the whole entry.

    alti, ActsOfBob, Wayne Jansen
    Too rushed work for a weekly activity. I can't figure the creatures anatomy anyway

    Piru
    Actually i would have accepted your entry. But somehow there were so many little things which bothered me, that the sum lead to a rejection. As a member who participated many times i think you will survive this
    The design reminded me slightly of human anatomy, the description is about an individual, the creature is only showed half...little things, but they made my decision at the end. Heads up

    edujante
    While your artwork passed the quality check, there wa no concept. Usually you don't need a concept for COW, if the entry is obvious and the viewer can tell what the creature is "working" like. But in your entry there are very special elements like the glowing "eggs" (?) and the volcano like anatomy, which need explicit description to understand your entry.



    close to rejection:

    navarrot
    COW is about the creature, but you concentrated on the whole image, neglecting the creature in a massive way. Still i see a lot of potential in your art, you have skills and i don't want to frustrate you, so your entry is accepted, but next time i won't let it go




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    Liked Tyranx's entry the most.

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    Yay! Voting time!

    My second favorites are JakkaS's, MikeC's and Tyranx's. All very cool, very cool!
    However, I was sure it was unlikely that I would prefer any entry to that of njoo's. That is just such a lovely style - and a great design and idea! It looks like it could have been out of a childrens book. The kind of childrens books where hardened crap is applied to the monster's body. Hehehe. Ewww!

    TomCardin: Nice one! Certainly dig the angle you used. The creature itself looks like it's from a Nintendo game The little knight there of course could use some work - he looks stiff and anatomically challenged.

    longshao: Also one of the strong entries here! I like your pencil sketch a lot, but I think the painting could have been pushed further. It's very basic, mainly just local colors right now, doesn't feel too real. The front foot of the close creature looks a little off too. But I don't want to be too critical of your piece, 'cause it is still a strong piece that shows serious anatomy knowledge and technical skill!

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    I voted for Chuck,Mate. I keep going back to it as I review the work back and forth. Something about the face and the way the illustration gets progressively less finished as you move back in two different directions of perspective. It has a really believable 3d effect. I can tell if I look close, not all of the the lines line up perfectly, but the atmospheric effect still works.

    Also very much liked Tyranx, Jakkas, MikeC's nod to the Year of the Pig is very timely and Muttonhead, because I love it when crystals grow out of a creature.

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    It was a hard vote, everyone had great entries, but I voted for Rabid Peanuts Teargar because it seemed to comply with the 75 ton theme the most. I didn't quite understand the blue light that seemed to be coming from (our) lower right, but the design is killer and I can really get a feel for it being what his description says it is. Good job RP.

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    Voted MikeC. Presentation, story and of course rendering all tied together perfectly. Normally, I would try to vote for the little guy, but this time I couldn't help myself. Still working on the anatomy and lighting thing Mike. Any suggestions please let me know. Your input is always greatly appreciated.

    Tyranx: Awesome image, Creature not very well defined, Awesome image
    Longshao: Great example of lighting and anatomy. What's your secret?
    Red: Just because you always crack me up. Plus you're a great artist.
    Jakkas: Beautiful work as always, but I think I built myself up for something a little more off the wall.
    VegasMike: First time I've seen your stuff and man is it impressive! The back end of your guy bothered me some though. Seems a little too long.
    TomC: Very cool angle and dynamic scene. Dragonbane seems a little unfinished though.
    M.Jaecks: Some of the craziest texture in town. Very alienesque(but not like Giger's). You are the color king!
    Njoo: Definitely my second choice. Killer paint job. Creature seems a little too large though.
    Muttonhead: Truly disgusting and purely imaginitive. Love it. Love it. Love it.
    Chuck Mate: You have one of my favorite styles around this joint. You were in the Army?

    Everyone else, we'll get 'em next time. Onwards and upwards or something like that. See you in 76!

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    I voted Njoo. I love the pic but I like the idea even more. The complexity of the concept really spoke volumes in my opinion.

    TyranX: I wish I could paint like you.. lol
    VegasMike: Awesome job man. See you on DevArt!
    Plate: Love the concept of the armor!
    Everyone else: good job everybody!!

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    I don't want to forget to mention VegasMike and MichaelJaecks! Also good stuff there!

    I would estimate her length at 350 feet and her weight about 75 tons. Im so fortunate to have witnessed this emergence...It was an experience I'll never forget!
    VegasMike - you only guessed the weight!!! You are disqualified, because the turtle creature actually weighs 81 tons!

    I think your piece is very pretty, only little tips I can offer: The horn on the nose looks like it is diagonally receding into space off to one side of the head, not streight up. And they dude sketching could have a nicer silhouette.

    MJ What a funky creature! I think the head could have used a little something something. You konw - it's a little unsolved as far as design. Also, I think you should have looked for some satelite imagery of Earth and incorporated that - right now Earth looks like blurred soup bowl. Would have been nice to see how your creature moves around on land. Only one pair of front limbs.

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    Chuckmate has my vote!

    Njoo- nice design!

    Mike C., tyranx, JakkaS, Redehlert are other favorites. I expect nothing less from you guys!

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    So many great entries! I can't decide yet. I'm terrible!

    Mike C. I just love the details you get into your creature and the shading and coloring are imaculate.

    JaKKaS your textures, lighting and style are only matched by your ingenious creatures and humor.

    Tyranx you took a simple creature and made it magical with your style and superlative composition and lighting...I am in awe of what you accomplished.

    Longshao you designed a wonderful creature and set him in a great environment with fine details...there are inconsistancies with the cast shadows coming from its horns, buts its still an A+ piece.

    Njoo wonderfully atmospheric and detailed, beautiful style. I would love to have seen it bigger and richer but thats just to revel in it more.

    VegasMike damn nice, you showed the weight superlatively. Your colors and environment are lovely.

    Chuck, Mate - HELL YEAH! love that perspective and brilliant and fun creature design. Love that you painted a whole cityscape for your environment.

    Michael Jaecks - love your colors and details and anything goes style to your creature design. The whole concept raises questions and makes one think to try and answer them. Brilliant.

    Muttonhead - wow! Icky and creepy yet bold and satisfying. Exquisitely rendered and humorous.

    Scorge - great piece, nice scale and design. I would love more details regarding your crit of my piece, I want to know what looks unfinished so I can address it in the future.


    I am used to working with a team..showing them my work along the way to get their feedback and critique so that I can finish with something that satisfies the design and the people closest to it. Thats why I posted my work immediately for this cow. I really wanted direction from the community. The the few of you who responded I thank you very much, I took your critiques to heart and worked on my piece to address the issues you pointed out.

    I may be wrong but it appears this was a mistake to do that here. So many great pieces posted right at the end...no iterative process. I am still new here and just trying to make the most of things. I think nothing has increased my creativity and drive to improve more than this community. Would love any insight I can get to understand how things work here better. I don't want to be boring people with my yammering for feedback if its out of place during the week.

    While I love getting feedback now...its past the deadline as I am used to working, but hey, whatever I can get is appreciated.

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    hmmmm corriero mutton corriero mutton corriero mutton corriero mutton.....

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    I vote went to TyranX

    I am extremely impressed and inspired with the atmosphere and and lighting of that piece. The concept itself is not what made me want to vote for you, though it is an awesome piece of concept art.

    JakkaS - Your style is still one of my favorites on COW. I really enjoyed the work on the head of your creature, the way you made the anatomy of the horns. I suppose I found the body of the creature a little too bland or generic Prehistoric in construction. Nothing of your ability to construct or paint the anatomy was an issue. I loved your work this week.

    longshao
    - I wish I could just put your piece through one more rendering pass. Some more atmosphere and highlights would have made your work stand out incredibly. Don't be afraid to use the gradient tool in controlled moderation. Gradual, subtle changes in tone are what convinces the eye that the creature is in a real environment. Some highlights, such as pinpoint specular and such would have contributed to suggesting the directions of the light source. I realize the skin of those creatures must have been very dry from the sand, but you can still mess with those lighting effects. I see a lot of potential in you, you just need to start learning some tricks to help out your talent.

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    I voted TyranX, his stood out most too me

    And they lived happily ever after..until Snow White got hit by a car.
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    my vote went to longshao for the concept. I'd like to see you push your rendering farther.

    plate, njoo: I liked your concepts as well, but the execution/anatomy needs work.
    michael jaecks: love the concept, and the story was great. you came in at a close 2nd
    muttonhead, mikecorriero, navarrot, jakkas: keep up the good work.
    tyranx: you have beastly skills, which makes me focus harder on concept.

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    I voted for Muttonhead. Always a fan of your work Sean. I love the tongue licking itself.

    Other faves were Vegas Mike, Tyranx, Mike C, Rabid Peanut, Jakkas, longshao, and Njoo.

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    Oof. So hard. Ok, here we go: I voted for Mike. I am a sucker for your style, and that thing is just so fat and disgusting and really says: "75 tons" to me.

    But this was no easy decision:

    Longshao - My vote wanted to go to yours many times, but I ultimately felt like it needed one extra push as far as rendering and scale reference. But honestly, your creature also really says HEAVY, which ultimately is the real theme here.

    Plate - You have a really interesting concept here, which I believe accounts for at least 60% of good concept art. The rendering, however, is a bit stiff, and a little awkward. The creature is framed in the piece in a somewhat claustrophobic way. But I like how you think, and I like that you added extra information to give us a sense of the different stages of the creature. In fact, there is something really nice about the small renderings on the body, that the large rendering doesn't quite achieve. Nice work.

    njoo - Really neat style and rendering. not quite sure if I understand the concept, it seems perhaps too complex. but there is something really interesting that is going on here, your style and loving detail is unique and sets your piece apart from the rest.

    ChaoticKnight - Yours elicited a milk-snarfing laugh for your "Bear chasing a man for scale purposes". This is pure brilliance. I am tempted to forever show scale reference in my concepts through the introduction of a bear chasing a man.

    VegasMike - Yours was a close second tied with LongShao for me. I like the little story, and I really get the sense of weight from your creature. Great job, especially on the head of the beast.

    Chuck,Mate - Really loved yours too, but you lost points with me for the creature's tiny little legs..... I just had a hard time believing those would support his massive weight. Awesome concept though, love the dramatic angle.

    voraz - Your MegaCow is totally punk-rock. I suggest putting this guy on a t-shirt and selling them in a hipster clothing store in Brooklyn..... it could work!

    HankTheTank - WTF! Your JetEater will haunt my dreams, and perhaps make my palms sweat even more than they already do when I fly....

    Michael Jaecks - There is something really impressive about your piece... the color and the detail are very unique. The rendering of Earth behind it though seems a bit slipshod, and not quite as well-realized as the creature itself, plus the colors on the Earth seem too intense and distract from the focus of the piece. Also, I couldn't quite reconcile the "weightiness" of this creature with the fact that it floats in space, where it is weightless, and its' "estimated weight" would seem to be irrelevant. But agian, I really like this piece, I just felt it didn't quite meet all of the criteria for this particular challenge.

    JakkaS - Great creature. I always love your rendering ability, and your ability to bring great atmosphere to your work. I think this guy fell a little short on the "heaviness" side though, his legs in the B&W piece seems to be too stiff, or too far apart to support his weight. A little more thickness might have solved that for me.... but yours was also in my top 5.

    Redehlert - Love it. Very unique creature. It's too bad you weren't able to render him a bit more, but it's not totally neccessary either.

    Tyranx - God, I wanted to vote for yours... but allow me to explain: Your piece is just amazingly painted.... I love the story, I love the creature, I love the action. It really takes me there and sets me off on a crazy adventure. The reason I didn't choose yours though may seem bogus, but I think on some level it's also valid: Giant Crustaceans don't say "HEAVY" to me. Although a crab of this size may indeed weigh 75 tons, it seems secondary to the fact that it is simple enormous. I approached choosing my vote based on the criteria that not only did the piece have to be well-rendered and a great concept, but that if one were to use a few words to describe the thing, that "heavy" would be one of them, if not the only one.

    Your creature, while awesome, says "gigantic" and "frightening" to me, moreso than "heavy". It was hard though, I wanted to vote for yours real bad. Great stuff.

    Fun shit everyone! I am just sorry I have missed out on so many of the previous ones, hopefully I will be better about that.....

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    VegasMike got my vote, i just love the sense of scale, you really feel the weight as the creature comes out of the water

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    I voted for Muttonhead. Always a fan of your work Sean. I love the tongue licking itself.

    Other faves were Vegas Mike, Tyranx, Mike C, Rabid Peanut, Jakkas, longshao, and Njoo.
    Wow my first C.O.W. fan!!!

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    too much good entries!

    my vote goes to longshao

    ps.: please, sorry about my english
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    Alright guys Im gonna try to comment/crit on everyones piece and decide who gets my vote at the end.

    TomCardin I like the dynamic perspective, you get a good sense of height, atmosphere, nice colors...I wish the eyes were more clearly defined.

    longshao Great beast! The color and style remind me of my old Dinosaur books.

    mattbyng This is clearly inspired by one of the tutorials so Im glad to see you practicing. I think it needs a few more hours of work and more attention to details.

    DanRamey Nice textures but could use a little more time in the oven.

    BEESFIS Great rendering...Could use a worms eye view perspective to give it some depth.

    VirtualSurreality I like the idea...needs more detail.

    Plate I like the odd armor, reminds me of some Shadow of the Collosus creature.

    njoo Good to see you back man! I would only recommend more contrast.

    Peg Maybe a little more attention to the sky...

    ChaoticKnight The oddest of the bunch! You gotta love the bear chasing man for comparison!

    Chuck,mate. I like the texture and fun creature...kinda like Rampage! I think the detail falls off too drastically down the body...

    Myriell Cool dragon like creature...More water effects.

    voraz Reminds me of the thing, could use more definition of form.

    cherryworx The texture on the body is too distracting, could be softened and shaped to fit the form better.

    Michael Jaecks One of my favorites for overall design color and texture...Desaturate the colors on the planet though.

    MikeCorriero Great work as always...The linework seems a little too dark to me. I would duplicate the whole design and set the layer to multiply at @25% to darken up some tones. Thanks for the crits and comments man! I used Shadow of the Collosus as inspiration...Oh and Morla from the Never Ending Story!

    DarkPixel Cool design, strange head!

    navarrot I like the ships better than he creature which could use the same amount of attention...The ship are great!

    JakkaS I love the design and colors you used...It is a personal goal of mine to win as many cows as you!

    scorge Awesome creature! I think the colors take away from the creature..I would minimize the bground and lighten it for more contrast.

    redehlert Real men wear pink! I love this crazy ass creature...would have loved to see hime fully rendered in color.

    Rabid Peanut Very Unique shapes and design...A little softer on the rendering...

    Tyranx Curse your talented ass! Thanks for the tutorials...

    Moog This creature is cute! I would put more work into the hooves

    Muttonhead Another favorite...My only suggestion would have been to use the Morton's Salt girl holding the umbrella for the human scale!

    My vote is for Tyranx....dammit!

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    This was a tough vote - I ended up voting for Muttonhead's Morton Salt Beast partly because it was a great example of COW artistry but also because the discription was very amusing.

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    Voted for Njoo, a very sweet image with a wonderful concept!
    Loads of wonderful entries and worthy winners this round, good job all!

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    thanks for the kind words VegasMike...about the definition of his eyes, I was trying to show that they were just holes in his bare skull now. During his creation his bones and flesh and scales were fused into hardened armor plate...even his hands and claws were fused into sharpened battering rams. I tried to show this visually but I am thinking I failed at that, or I picked a form which the viewer has strong expectations of.

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    I voted for longshao because I thought that his design really conveys a good sense of wiegth.

    Great quality overall, everyone

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    Thanks to Dragon4lunch, scorge, TomC, rushwolf, jfwalls, muttonhead, morpho, vegasmike, MikeC and Texahol.
    Yeah I really need to work on my rendering skills, and study more about light and color. Any suggestions?
    Rushwolf-could you explain more specifically on how to use the gradient tool in controlled moderation? Like, where can I apply that method to my creature.
    Scorge-I used to draw a animals, especially dinosaur. Dinosaur anatomy covers reptiles and birds so it's really interesting to study them.
    TomC-I like the creature design and the lighting. The action could be intensified. Having the claw buried half way into the ground and more rock bits flying could indicate a more powerful impact. Right now I feel the punch is not powerful enough.
    I voted for Tyranx. I just like the image very much. A really powerful image, and the creature is big and scary. It reminds me of Pirates of the Caribbean 3, when Jack faces the Kraken. I think you could get rid of the white guy in under the crab, just have the red person facing the monster.
    Jakkas you're my runner-up. I really like the colored image, the glowing on the mouth is fabulous. Great depth and atmosphere, which helps to illustrate how big the creature is.

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    Longshao: I think what rushwolf is talking about is the use of a gradient over the top of your composition to pull together color and atmosphere. You have to use it very sparingly, on a very translucent layer, and/or on a blending mode that doesnt blow out all your colors and make it too burnt looking. You have to experiment with it, and it doesnt always help. Sometimes you can push it back by using the gradient over the midground and background, but letting the foreground elements pop. It depends on the composition. Like I said, sometimes it doesnt help much and sometimes it works like a charm. It should almost be invisible. If the viewer is too aware you're using that trick, its not working.

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