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This is interior graphic design from a Monsters By Email 'Creature Description' PDF.

Presenting the stats of the creature with visuals instead of numbers, make the information 'system free' and open for conversion to any role-playing game.

All Monsters By Email creatures also come with a through description, adventure ideas, and a detailed 'Making of' PDF. Half of them also includes publishing rights.


Download several sample creatures for free, and learn more about MonstersByEmail here: [link]

There you can also flip the page and read the description of this creature.
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Updated version of my infographic explaining the evolution of the alien "xenomorph" from "Alien" to "Prometheus."

WARNING: CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR ALL FIVE MOVIES!

Check out the post on my blog [link]

Thanks for all the great feedback on the last deviation. It made it much better. :)

Acknowedgements:
Alien League Truetype Font for Windows - Daniel Zadorozny
All-Silhouettes.com
Ivan Manzella
HomeMedia4U
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I love star wars! No secret there! So, it thought i'd do some fan posters for the original three films :D This one is done in illustrator, using as little colours as possible, and just trying to keep things as simple as possible

A New Hope and Return of the Jedi coming!

Star wars belongs to George Lucas, this poster belongs to me, and is to be used by no-one without my permission!
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This is an infographic I made for Cinema Blend detailing the 5 dream levels of Inception. If you haven't seen the movie yet, I recommend not reading this because it will probably spoil a great movie for you.

I did the artwork and Cinema Blend's Josh Tyler did the text. You can read the full article at this link:

[link]


Also a little disclaimer based on some comments I've read elsewhere:
This explanation is based on Cinema Blend's interpretation of the movie. Nobody is trying to tell you this is the definitive explanation of the movie, just our own. Please don't get upset if this doesn't fit with your thoughts on the movie, part of what makes Inception so great is that different people can leave with different thoughts and then go and discuss their theories after seeing the film. That's part of the fun.
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My map of Canada! ^0^/
This was for my infographics class, the assignment was to design a map, any map! So I decided to do a stereotypical map of Canada. c:
But after doing some research... Most of it is pretty accurate. Hahaha.

I hope you like it! :'D
Made in Adobe Illustrator CS6!
Art (c) Me!

You can buy prints here: [link]
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How to write and abbreviate a "scientific name", under the Linnaean system, and according to the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature.



The species is Tyrannosaurus rex, where rex is the specific epitetus. Here is called species because it gives the species, but it does not designate a species itself (it is never written just rex whithout the genus).

*Complete species should include author and year, though.

Example extracted from "The Complete Dinosaur, Second Edition".



Additional info (avalaible in Wikipedia):

T. rex may also refer to:

Tachyoryctes rex, the king mole rat, a rodent species
Tetragonodon rex, a seed shrimp species native to the Mozambique Channel
Thoristella rex, a sea snail species endemic to New Zealand
Trialeurodes rex, a whitefly species
Tyrannasorus rex, a fossil beetle species from the Miocene
Tyrannobdella rex, a leech species
Tyrannoberingius rex, a fossil gastropod from Miocene Alaska




Dinosaur Legs for beginners:
A Guide to Legs by ChrisMasna
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Teaser on an ongoing project of mine.

Another teaser that makes this project a bit more clear can be found here: [link]
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Odds of dying: 100%

A couple of things to note here:
- Bees are more dangerous than sharks. Statistically speaking.
- The numbers apply to the United States.
- They may not be accurate. Some sources were rather dubious and even self-contradictory. For me, this was more about making a visually appealing infographic than something that's 100% accurate, though I tried my best on both accounts. Whether or not I actually succeeded I'll leave up to everyone else to decide.

If you have any suggestions or spot inaccuracies, feel free to leave a comment.

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