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May 18 '12
exquisitebeast:

The Thirty-sixth Beast.
The beast still remains a blind digger, but more likely in an arctic region where there is little sunlight for much of the year.  The fore-legs now bear nearly all of the beast’s weight, while the hind-legs are used primarily for balance and grip.  The back-most legs have all but disappeared.

Trying to play some with structure scale and form.  This dude is one of my more impractical beasts but dang was it fun to design!  Drawing monsters is so much fun, guys.

exquisitebeast:

The Thirty-sixth Beast.

The beast still remains a blind digger, but more likely in an arctic region where there is little sunlight for much of the year.  The fore-legs now bear nearly all of the beast’s weight, while the hind-legs are used primarily for balance and grip.  The back-most legs have all but disappeared.

Trying to play some with structure scale and form.  This dude is one of my more impractical beasts but dang was it fun to design!  Drawing monsters is so much fun, guys.

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    My personal favorite so far out of Yuko Ota and Evan Dahm’s Exquisite Beast project. The concept is pretty cool, and one...
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    just read through the whole archive, this is certainly the coolest one there
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    A friend and I used to do this sort of process but with the same drawing. An evolution of line work while this is an...
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