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The Infinite Birth by psychohazard The Infinite Birth by psychohazard
Here's my interpretation of the ultimate force of the Life element - a giant, writhing mass of every conceivable flesh, fungus, and foliage, constantly growing and changing, constantly birthing its new form.

But the first thing an adventurer is warned about....Oh god the smell....

Close Up [link]

It builds giant monsters within its coils to fight its foes, adapting to any situation. If I could I'd program it to make different randomized stats and designs each time. If it'd be a HUGE bitch it'd adapt itself to the weaknesses of each party it encounters.



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Dear Trion Worlds,
Just FYI, I applied for a job with you recently, as CB Sorge.
Please please please please oh man.


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pikminpedia Nov 20, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I see a giant flower on his right... blob! :D
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RedJezka Oct 1, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Cool picture, and I really like the description accompanying it
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:iconhoneylocust:
Wow, I really like your concept!
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Nick-Ian Jun 19, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
i love the concept! :D
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BaniQ Jun 17, 2011   Digital Artist
this would look good on a T-shirt :D
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psychohazard Jun 19, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
craziest t-shirt ever! XD
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whalewithlegs Jun 17, 2011  Student General Artist
This is inspired, dude .... I'm truly humbled :faint:
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:iconreadasaur:
Damn.
When they said life wasn't pretty, they were NOT kidding. :O
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eorhythm Jun 15, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Great goblet cells, this is superb! What really makes this effective to me is the natural atmosphere of overcast foreboding that is neither dramatic nor subtle to the point of being ineffectual.

The whole piece impresses upon me an involuntary sense of being there — feeling the breeze cooled by the surrounding flora carrying whatever fetor (I imagine month old damp carcass, for some reason) that biological mass would be producing.

Dayamn. YOU JUST DON'T KNOW WHEN TO STOP. God, I hope you get some top place. It is the Ultimate Colossus.
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psychohazard Jun 16, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Bwahhhh thanks!!!

Working on environments is still ongoing for me, I'm not totally happy with rendering the clouds and stuff yet, but I'm stoked that it came across well for you!
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