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Biofauna25

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Artist // Hobbyist // Traditional Art
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  • Deviant for 12 years
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Albino Llama: Llamas are awesome! (84)

Favourite Visual Artist
M. C. Escher
Favourite Movies
How to Train Your Dragon
Favourite TV Shows
Buffy the Vampire Slayer, QI, Doctor Who, Avatar TLA, Legend of Korra
Favourite Books
Call of the Wild, Desert Solitaire, Dances With Wolves
Favourite Writers
Jack London, Michael Blake, Edward Abbey
Favourite Games
Minecraft, Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, Pokemon Alpha Sapphire
Favourite Gaming Platform
PC & Wii
Tools of the Trade
Pencils
Other Interests
Animals of all shapes and sizes

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Comments

I really appreciate the perspective of Willow's drawing. Good detail!

Modern AU - Figure Drawing Practice

Very nice use of the concept!

I also really like the water effect you went with; minimal but effective :)

The Aninsula
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Absolutely, I'd love to see that!

For the most part, yes. But the wormhole physics I established for a connection to the End doesn't only apply to paths between the two planets; there can be portals connecting the Minecraft's surface to the nether, or one End island to the next.

Magma Cube and Zombie Pigmen

Actually no, but there isn't a single large boom, there are millions of small ones that make that familiar 'zwoop' sound. The ionizing displacement temporarily de-unifies endermen as a singular entity, and each cell is technically pulled towards its own electron cluster independent of its neighbors, though they maintain their arrangement through simple interlocking segments of their cell walls. So an enderman's body doesn't move all at once, rather, it is stretched into its component particles along its pathway and snaps back together at the end. (This definitely wouldn't work for organisms with our or similar cell structure)

Endermen and Porticles