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The blog updates went well as you can see and The Morae River is back up and ready for new updates! I’m happy with the newer look of the website. The menu option above is going to keep things cleaner. There are a few new pages that have been added to the website. First, a Contact page for easier communication. Feel free to send me a message! I also added a page that explains a little of my process to hopefully answer one of the more popular questions I get asked. - About the Artwork.

As far as bugs go, the RSS is still having some trouble. My friend is going to look at it to make sure we can get that fixed – I know a few people have commented on it. Also, “Internal Server Errors” do seem to pop up rarely. If you reload the page it should be fine. Most of these little glitches should be taken care of by next week.

Anyone who was subscribed to the blog before the update is still on the list for updates to the blog. The updates didn’t affect that aspect of the blog, thankfully.

I’ve included an image of the most recent species to be added to Tul. I’ll be posting a full profile on this organism once the female’s depiction is finished. Hopefully after that I can begin to post species more regularly.

Thanks you all for your patience and support through with this project. I appreciate your following.

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7 Responses to Crested

  1. john says:

    I love it, best rendering yet! I can’t wait for the description of that mean looking bastard. Possibly a scuffle between him and the stripped mardik over who gets that kill.

  2. Ben says:

    I agree, this looks really good; the rendering looks close to the original pencils. This creature seems like the first to unabashedly display something like chimeric qualities, too, as if it marks the beginning of a new direction.

  3. Andy says:

    Love it Brynn. Quite believable and v well rendered. I especially like the camouflaged rear. Nice touch, and I am struggling to think of a terran equivalent (though some of the girls here display similar signals!), but I can definitely imagine the advantages of that particular evolutionary loop.

  4. Alex says:

    Hi, I just found this site through creaturespot, and I am very intrigued. What medium do you use for the color?

  5. Alex says:

    Ok, thank you, your drawings are wonderful!

  6. Idham says:

    I was scrolling down the page, and the moment I saw its head, I went ‘ Oooh ! ‘. That’s just beautiful. It has been awhile since I had dropped in and I’m glad to see all these new creatures coming to life. Congrats on your Sagebrush exhibition : )

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