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A colossal chimera creature.

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The shark belly was a nice touch

Well donwe. You made the anatomy look fairly natural. It's also very scary. I won't sleep tonight probably.



splendid

i love it!



I dont even...

I dont even know where to begin with this one....I just. The thing with the....and then that...*sigh*. Nevermind, its just awesome, I'll put it that way. You should do more mythical creatures.



Yellow eyes :)

I love that lil dude at the bottom.. He's like "Aw Hell noe" and the creature is all like "raar".. Hmm no i think the sound it made would be waaay more epic, wouldn't it :/
This is frickin awesome tho :)



Will it blend?

Apparently so.

I think that the inclusion of a Lion, Owl, Shark and goat's head onto a body largely composed of said shark, with the legs of a Tyranosaurus and a panther, with a peacock's tail as a finishing touch would have been enough. But no, you put the Hypnotoad's eyes from Futurama in the Goat.

Wow, that's huge - what Challenge Rating is it for the poor sap that 's got to face it in the bottom of the shot?! Poor guy.

Well, it's either angry or scared. Are these things (I'm assuming that they breed) frightened of small animals, much in the way that an elephant is frightened of a mouse?

The background in itself is a work of art and despite the "sprayed on" effect for the moss and lichen, it seems to work on the tree roots, even in the foreground. You've gone for the simple and effective means of filling out the space and it works, as the eye is immediately drawn to your creation, so it is not required that we linger on there.

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May 31, 2011
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