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Oct 1, 2009 | 3:49 AM EDT
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last week a major fit of boredom actually hit me and well organic modeling came to mind so out of this boredom i designed a alien arachnid species i call the Ararulnachs.

Now heres the concepts i came up with actually.
The hunter is designed to be more or less menacing and not to friendly looking.

The spikes that protrude from its hands are actually fluid filled sacs that become rigid and hard as steel and are used as a primary weapon.

The mandibles are more ant like with fangs for flesh tearing.

The holes you see in its head are a form of a auditory system seeing as all the ararulnachs are blind. They use a network of hollow cavities in their heads to pick up sound vibrations from all directions to visualize their surroundings like a bat does only more accurately and more actively so in a way they do see but only surface details.

Their muscle system is insect like.

yeah as you can see i was even bored enough to make concepts hahaha just so you know i would love some help texturing these babies if anyone would be up to the channelge of heling me texture them.

During a recent vote I enacted to decide the next Ararulnach i will design the class that won was the Brain class.

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dagger1232dagger1232

Rated 5 / 5 stars

good job

i like the drawing and concept, if it was textured that would be awesome, the only bad part is that the three shadows are disorienting, i would also like to know what program you used.



NeoshaftIncNeoshaftInc

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nicely Done

I like how you designing that alien arachnid. It's quite an interesting concept. THis must have taken you a while to do. I know whenever I design any kind of 3D art, that it takes a looooooooooong time to develop. I am still pretty new at it, though. I would like to know which program you used for that, because I am still shopping around for a really good 3D art program that is at least partially user friendly.
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-Neoshaft