'It can saunter on land and camouflage like any other tisso, but its true talent shines in water. Compact, hair-triggered, aquatic sentient knife of a fisher. It's become a powerful specialist swimmer, being able to utilize a divided spine for sail control enabling it to switch between speed and stability.
Every aspect of its jaws are needle-like, from teeth to chin, it will lunge, swipe or slap to take targets down. So unless you're armoured or big enough, enter waters at you're own risk. '
This is the last tissoplastic strain I'll be designing. at least till the reformatted one gets an official reveale.
While that's up in the air though I have another isle themed project on it's way.
Teaser coming soon.
Drawn in Procreate
isnpired by 'the isle'
Vote for who is the best strain:
I will total the votes in 3 days time.
Until then-START VOTING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I like how you create artwork for the undeveloped strains
Them being undeveloped creatures has been a big part of the fun/chalange, trying to come up with designs off a rough concept. Glad you’re enjoying them.
this tisso spino and your tisso anky is the best strain i saw
the neuro carno too
i hope all get into the game (sadly there are no herb strains )
Truly professional grade work from this and your gallery as a whole. Just thinking about how these designs would look in a game spikes my imagination.
right now it kind of comes off as just another hyper rex.
Very pretty btw c:
I will be vey pissed off if i don't see this model in the game, mod or oficial!
Your work is getting better!
Really good, my favourite!
Also, what's this about a reformat of the tisso's? What does that mean?
Hard to say atm about the tissos. All that's been heard is that they're getting an overhaul but we don't know how much is being changed yet.
Forcing them to reimagine some of its details. I don't remember everything but they ended up concluding
that Spinosaurus, unlike any other carnivorous dinosaur, walked on its front and hind legs. Due to the fact
its hinds legs were only just bigger then it front legs. So the "normal" Spinosaurus we see on the top right
is a little outdated.
When did they conclude that?
Aside from all that, it's far from universally accepted that the current representation is accurate, and not something like a hybrid. The new idea has a lot of evidence both for and against it, but the news outlets preaching that this the irrevocable and completely proven truth is sensationalism and nothing more.
His tail had much skin and he probably keep the neck retracted, like a pelican, maybe that should keep him in two legs.