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Agi-Septhoran - MonstersByEmail demo creature by Cloister Agi-Septhoran - MonstersByEmail demo creature by Cloister
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:iconwickedprince:
Cool awesome nightmare material there. :D
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:iconzegaroth:
Zegaroth Nov 29, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
The dreaded coffee bean of annihilation.
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:iconschizoknight12:
Otherwise known as French Roast.
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:iconthirdeyepl:
thirdeyepl Oct 18, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
That's a wicked design :)
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:iconyikyik:
Awesome-squid! :D What's that fat, different looking tentacle for? :O
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:iconcloister:
Cloister Oct 2, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
It is the body, where the organs are.
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:iconyikyik:
Oh! :O Wouldn't it be impractical to have the organs placed like that? Easy to get hurt. Kinda. And in front of the "face". But anyway, it's an awesome looking squid-thing! :nod:
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Cloister Oct 5, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Squids and octupus swim with their heads first, so it is not really in front of the "face". We don't have our hearts in the head, so I don't see why it would be inpractical to have them elsewhere. If you're intelligent you might know where to attack, but if you're not, how would you know which tentacle to aim for?
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:iconyikyik:
You have a point there. :) But it's easier for it get hurt that way anyway, insted of having the organs in the middle like... Under the head or somewhere. I was thinking that it could get hurt by other things than attacking creatures as well. Where do normal octopuses have their organs btw? I never thought about that before... *off to check*
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:iconschizoknight12:
Perhaps this squid monster would evolve an exoskeleton or carapace around the vital, vulnerable parts where the organs are. A turtle squid comes to mind.
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