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floaters by V4m2c4 floaters by V4m2c4
the seserasinus jaculum live relatively solitary lives, floating about the atmosphere feeding on air born invertebrates and larva. Medium sized males out number the colossal females exponentially. This causes a massive switch in males during the mating season, causing them to become quite aggressive towards one another, so aggressive at times that cannibalism amongst males have been recorded. a female can become impregnated by multiple males throughout the mating season but males will actively protect their massive mates regardless. two oval sucker-like organs flank each side of its head. These are used to suction on canyon walls. females rarely roost, most of their lives are spent airborne, it is speculates that a female that roosts is close to death, as even the dispersal of eggs is done in the air.
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Kaijukid23 Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2013
:o (Eek) :o (Eek) :o (Eek) :o (Eek) :o (Eek) :o (Eek) :o (Eek) :o (Eek)
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Soulslayer317 Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2013
amazing work on the aliens
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SchweinGoth Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2013
Beautiful spec biology! Can you please define "medium sized" and "colossal"? :)
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V4m2c4 Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2013
thanks! a female can grow exponentially, if left unharmed, but most reach the size of a blue whale before succumbing to disease, predation or death. This particular female is a rarity, one of the largest around. Most females wont reach her size, she was just "lucky" enough to have enough food to continue her growth. a male reaches 6ft.
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Stargazer808 Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
How do you create the textures on the creature?
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V4m2c4 Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2012
I think with this one I used a honeycomb style brush that I then modified to get other shapes.
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kyphoscoliosis Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2012
I love your brain
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V4m2c4 Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2012
hahaha i love my brain too...most of the time anyways!
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Stargazer808 Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
How do you make something like this? I've been trying to turn my sketches into something like this, but can't do it, can you give me some help. Id like to learn...
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V4m2c4 Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2012
hmmm. I think its all about having an interesting composition. I know one of my problems when coming up with an illustration, as opposed to a diagram drawing, is that I ALWAYS draw a profile of the creature, to show the whole body. But that isnt always the most interesting image, clear but not as enticing. I would try to play around the view point of your critter/characters. as for the rendering, I'm not the best at it, so im not sure if im the right person to learn from :/ BUT there are PLENTY of tutorials out there, even on DA. I hope that answers your question!
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