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Bhorda Creature Concept - Poster by Cloister Bhorda Creature Concept - Poster by Cloister
I'm adapting the light, saturation, polishing the details, and framing my RPG Creatures, for 12" x 18" prints.

From A to Z, this is the 'Bhorda'.
Read about them here: [link]

Check out MonstersByEmail.com for my latest Creature Project!... [link]



CLOISTER PUBLICATIONS - Designing creatures for your games.
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MaryMika Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012
Good job!!! But scary, very scary...
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TFSakon Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012
The palate and the area makes it feel very real. Plus it looks kinda cuddly, sorry.
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Roberts-The-Vile Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012
Old favorites. Nice new touches.
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OnlyHereToBeHere Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012
I love the cuddly gruesomeness of the creature, and how it's eye is so tiny. The two mandibles is one of the features that makes the creature so cool, and the fact that they are nestled reminiscent of the classic Alien look, makes it all the better. You have made yet another astonishing piece for all to gaze upon. I hope to see more action shots like this in the future!
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Xsuprio Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Cool as always. Really like the icy wind effect... which the gull seems to illustrate the most.
Looking forward to the "polished" version. :)
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Cloister Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks. This is the polished version. I have posted these before, but before I (now) re-post them as prints, I go over them to make sure the details hold up for 12" x 18" printing, and adapt the light and saturation to get a better result. Also the text in the frame is now more subtle. Printing typically results in darker, less saturated images, so some adaption is in order.
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Xsuprio Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Ah. I see. Cool.
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