Hello everyone! This is the 3D wolf I made in Sculptris. I made this canine specifically for 3D printing! I printed it in the library and I can pick it up tomorrow, so I'm sure to post about that! Anyhoo, this woof-woof was a tad bit tricky to make. The paws are a little funny as I'm not really adept in making them yet. Even though there are a few herp derps in this, I'm still really proud of it! I used Sculptris, a free digital sculpting app. I've made TONS more of these little animals in it, and I'm gonna P R O O N T them into reality... later! I still gotta pick up my wolf! I'm so excited that I get to make my own figurines with 3D printing... Well, I might as well start 3d printing a tree and a treehouse in it, a hot air balloon, a helicopter, a... wait? I can't do that yet? Aww. Guess I should just stick to figures for now, lol. =^w^'= Stay creative, peeps!
Bwahahaha! You thought I was going to post about the chickens!? Didn't you!? *evil screeching*
Hehe, back to the topic! So, this pelican was made like the others, sketched on paper and finished in gimp. She's also a nice pelican, she won't swallow pigeons alive and whole. (they do that sometimes, I saw footage of it! D:) This special birb is an American White Pelican. They are AKA as black-tipped pelicans, from the black tips on their inner/outer wings. In the breeding season they grow funny crests on their beaks. They shed it afterwards, but I'm not sure what happens to it after that, do fish eat it? Do the pelicans themselves eat it? So far I have not seen a picture of a detached crest, and I am yet to know what happens to those funny growths. Well, I'm just going to ponder my existence and ascend into the potato dimension. Cya all later! 0v0
Hey guys! I just came back from a school excursion, and interacting with the chickens there made me want to post, not about the chicken and the rooster I made, but of this cassowary! It's still a bird, so I guess it works! So, this is an anthropomorphic cassowary, as you can tell by the arms instead of wings. Anthropomorphic meaning showing human traits, features, or characteristics. I started to draw these birds, and I just couldn't stop! I'll post about the other ones soon. Cassowaries are not endangered or threatened, but they are vulnerable. Their population is declining a little bit, most likely from the loss of habitat. I hope that some day they will not be like other animals, with no habitat and people desperately trying to save them. Ah! I don't want any more animals going the way of the dodo. So, that's it! Cya all later, peeps!
Here's one of my latest artworks! This is a page from my coloring book, I Draw, You Color! It depicts a Treebork and its friends. Treeborks are peaceful crafters of beautiful weaving, which they use to make their nests. They live in small colonies of about 10 to 25 members. Of course, this is not a set number, and in tough times they are known to form megacolonies of more than a hundred individuals!
The little green and grey ungulate (hoofed mammal) sitting on a moss-rock is a Keynoot! Keynoots are tiny herbivorous animals that reside in and around ponds, rivers, and lakes. they eat marshy plants like duckweed but will go after other things like snowy cattails. There is a misconception that they mostly eat snowy cattails due to their white tongues.
The slug chillin' along side the two is a Slivaslug! They are poisonous mollusks with an affinity for spider-webs! They often form a symbiotic relationship with spiders, protecting them for a weekly ration of silk threads.
Stay colorful, peeps!
Meet my latest creation! I named it Insanity Serpent because he is infinitely long and can never fully get out of the spiral caverns which drives him insane. Poor thing! I will have to think up of ways to make his existence more fun and exciting.
'Gotta go! Have some online class to attend.
Ssssseee you later!
Here's just a silly little picture that I made for my Kickstarter campaign. It was a bit tricky to do, as I made it entirely in GIMP. All the sketching and drawing I did with my computer mouse. I am quite happy with the results that came out. Although there are a few errors, like the wings of the Quetzalcoatlus, or the miscolored toe of the Carnotaurus, I still think that it's ok. Well, I hope you enjoyed this post! Toodleoo!
Alas! Another Minecraft themed post! Well, at least this one is actual in-game Minecraft. owo This is a desert-themed house I made in around the 1.12 update. Sadly, I could not make an oasis directly next to it like I wanted to, as making underwater fish and decor before the 1.13 update/snapshot was really hard. Oh, well. I can always go back and work on it! Anyways, Here's some screenshots of the outside and inside of mah house. :3
Hey y'all! Here's some of my papercrafts! They are all mobs (Or monsters and animals) from the game Minecraft!
Note: All papercraft templates belong to their respective creators, whether from PixelPapercraft or just from a search on google. I only colored these with pencil and put these together. The actual character concepts are from the amazing game Minecraft by Mojang. :3
Hey everyone! Here's a colored in page from my coloring book, I Draw, You Color! This dragon is a Dynogaradon. Dynogaradons are omnivores, their diet mainly consisting on hard-shelled crustaceans and nuts. They are not rare, and are rather common. They lurk around tropical coastlines. They can harm humans, but choose not to unless provoked.
Here's a picture of a little fuzzy Pokemon called a Joltik! It's an electric type Pokemon that loves to eat electricity. The electricity is only a supplement to it's attacks, however. Besides using the electricity produced by people, Joltiks also latch onto other electric type Pokemon, sucking up and ((consuming)) their electricity. This Pokemon is very cute and interesting, so it's one of my favorites! Even it's evolution, Galvantula, is really cool! I'll be sure to draw one of them, too.
I made this fan art in Gimp after making a rough sketch out on paper. The sketch had a few errors that I did not think through before tracing in pen, but luckily I got rid of those digitally. :3
Here's the sketch.
Hope you have a nice day, Pokemon trainers!
In case you don't know, this is the rambutan fruit native to tropical South East Asia. My Lolo (grandpa) have lots of these very sweet fruit in his orchard in the Philippines. Have you ever tried it? Rambutan trees can be male producing only staminate flowers hence, produce no fruit. The female or hermaphroditic produce flowers that are female with a small percentage of male flowers. So I guess that's how they produce their fruits. The peeled fruits are sweet and can be eaten raw, and the seeds can be cooked and eaten. No waste. And the hairy peel as you can see, can be used for some art. Just like how used it to fashion my night fury dragon toy. Ha!
Here's a particularly strange animal... A toadistool conjured using Pixelmator editing skills! Ahahaha!
The toadistool is basically your standard toad, only that it has mushroom tops on it's back. They are quite quick, and live around swampy areas. Although they do have to eat a lot because the mushrooms are literally taking nutrients from their body. They live for nearly 3 years, and lay about 10-20 eggs at a time. They are poisonous, so you cannot eat them. But they are really rare and hard to find at daytime, so you probably won't get the chance to eat one for breakfast.
I hope you liked this quick little bio on this toadistool!
I shall now sing a song about refrigerators after I post this. ಠ◡ಠ
This is a BIG project I've been working on. It's an... uh... A-Allosaurus! Yeah... (Do daspletosauruses have feathers? If so, this is a daspletosaurus.) I'm working on it in gimp, as I have been for the past two days. Ironically, I forget how to do fur a bit more within each day. You can see how the quality is kind of deteriorating as you go along. But I'll correct it! And it'll probably be finished in two more days. 0v0 Rawr! Cya later!
Another dinosaur speed-draw in Khan Academy made using Timothy Smith's Art Maker Pro.
Iris is my name.