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DSG 866: Creatures/Scene: GRUB-LIKE THINGS EMERGING FROM FOREHEAD FIRE ENERGY AT CUBE
So... let's see, what might need further explanation?
Well, I think you can extrapolate everything you need from that.
What's the deal with that cube, you ask?
Are the grubs defending against some attacking cube?
Are the grubs just mean toward cubes?
Are the grubs helping an energy-starved cube?
Does the cube contain something that the begrubbed person in question thinks it needs?
Is this some future form of artistic expression... some creative process utilizing grub-like extensions to carve cubes or create vibrating photon sculptures?
These are a few possible explanations...
I know you'll either figure something out that answers your curiosity directly, or you'll just decide to let it remain an enigmatic pool that you don't mind diving blindly into.
Creatures/Scene: GRUB-LIKE THINGS EMERGING FROM FOREHEAD FIRE ENERGY AT CUBE
The Hungarian Red Fly will lay it's eggs in almost any type of decomposing flesh, however, in order for the flies to emerge from their maggot stage they need Goulash - if none can be found, the maggots will work together to create this traditional Hungarian course.
heh, That's just a weird topic... I tried to give it a go, 20 quick minutes worth at least.
karma police My fave on this thread. I have no idea what it's about, but I really like it. Fire/lighting at the top looks fantastic. charge Ha Love it! Fal$eProfit I really like your grubs and the facial angle. JörgenGiftmördaren I like the penetration of your grubs and the cube lighting. It looks good all around. Hamsta Ewww.. Very maggoty. machzero Like the idea, it's different from everyone else. Nice work.
Amerasu Good thinking with color here, making the grubs and the eyes pop out, would have been nice to see some greater contrast. Something about the composition is very dull, maybe it's too centric, or maybe it's the blank BG.
The guy's head dosen't "sit" very well, with the tiny neck and undefined shoulders