Every day in the rain forests of the Abzul belt, as the sun rises and temperatures follows, the water accumulated during the nocturnal rains begins to evaporate. As the day progresses, a dense, hot and humid air rise to the clear skies. An average human would endure such conditions only for a few minutes before passing out with a slightly suffocation, but this is nothing to the natives.
It's noon. A Blandoptera group, after a failed hunt, stops for a few moments on the “trunks” of a tall, symbiotic vegetation as they look for a cooler shade to rest down below. While calm and lazy clouds move in the distance, a small swarm of airborne creatures zaps through the air while searching for food.
This piece is dedicated to my two friends, which share the birthday today
Happy birthday mates! Best wishes for you both!
I literally love everything about this! Not only do the blandoptera look great, the vegetation is fascinating as all hell too! My favorites have to be those little radial flyers... they are extremely intriguing to me!
And thank you very much for the dedication of course!
It means the world to me
I have a little curiosity, what are those smaller rhomboids (radial?) creatures?
this is a cool image...I confess I'm curious about those critters(?) on the lower right of the picture.
Up to 56 meters.
Almost: the tree itself it's just the green bulb atop of a pyramidal body (off scene), these "trunks" on the bottom are colonies of amoeba-like organisms that grow and feed on the bulb, becoming a auxiliar reproductive structure to the tree.
2. What are the things in the right corner? A new animal form?
3. Thank you for the birthday dedication! Youre the best!
3a. Juniorwoodchuck I have a piece in the works for you my friend!
2. Airborne reatures from a completely different phylum from the Capillosoma.
3. My pleasure mate! YOU're the best!
3a. I saw it, i'm sure he'll enjoy