I've done large creatures, but not exactly mountainous, cloud touching ones. Beasts that test the limits of the sky.
So finally, before the end of this year I decided to make one.
Didn't even start out with the creature, though. Added that in later. (See WIP)
Quite fun to do! I guess also some inspiration from the east in this.
I've been wanting to do some more Asian type stuff, although I didn't exactly expect it to be like this.
Anywho, basically wanting to make some art, and then I did.
If only I kept better track of the time spend... there's some journals I can get an approximate from.
PS: I still want to make something bigger, this aint big enough.
Approx Time: ~17 hours (give or take some)
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I think this piece is absolutely amazing and definitely deserves more comments and faves. This is a very beautiful and detailed drawing and i just love it. i feel like the "giant creature" thing is a little cliche, but whatever you like! <img src="e.deviantart.net/emoticons/b/b…" width="15" height="15" alt="" data-embed-type="emoticon" data-embed-id="366" title=" (Big Grin)"/> The grass, the rocks, everything looks so real. Like i said before, the giant creature type deal is sort of cliche so it didnt impact me as much as a new idea would have. but other than that, this is the best piece ive seen all year. love it! this is my 1rst critique btw, so im sorry if i sound a little dorky.
Sacrifice two lands: Unleashed Omegadontis looses Defender, gets +8/+0, and gains "At the beginning of each end step; if Unleashed Omegadontis did not deal combat damage to a player this turn or the last, sacrifice it." (This effect last indefinitely.)
Saying that mega monster is impressive is an understatement. I love the idea of a creature on that scale breaking loose and causing destruction, even if (or especially if) it doesn't have any notion of our human scale. Good thing we have that tiny warrior on the tree coming to our defense.
A very happy and prosperous new year to you.
The tiny creature was not amused...
(someone should totally continue this description: Make this into a game where everyone adds a few sentences, then passes it along to the next guy, and hopefully leads into an awesome story of it's own)