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Oviraptor's Creatures
« on: April 17, 2006, 02:48:50 pm »
Shock! :o

Okay, I can't help it, thought this would be a good place to put thing I draw that have nothing to do with the Oifan-Umtags.

Here is an Ubor:



The Ubori (plural form of Ubor) live on the planet Uboria. They have no bones, but instead have highly packed muscles which form a "core" in the center of the limbs and body. Each limb end in for digits. The front ones can be used to both manipulate and walk on. In the center of the four digits on both of the front limbs is a semi-retractable mouth. They have to slits (one behind each eye) and it is used for both breathing and communication. The two thing you see hanging done on it's face are it's ears. It is about the size of a Bengal tiger, only taller.

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Here are some other ones posted before:

Potump: (click to enlarge)



Somiodon: (click to enlarge)



It has no ears but a very good sense of touch, mainly through its feet. It communicates through vibrations it makes with its muscles, or stamping/tapping its feet, which are transfered through the ground. It has 2 eyes, very close together (in the same socket, essentially) and its vision is limited. It also doesn't really have a head, so its eyes are fixed foeward (though its eyes do have movement of their own). Its mouth is "jawless" and is serves basically the same function as a stomach, although it does have "teeth" which line its walls.

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Though theSina was orbiting the Stomiodon homeworld for only a short time, it both frightened and intrigued the primitive Stomiodon, still hunter-gatherers. The Stomiodon homeworld, Mawan, has no natural moons, so they were shocked and amazed when this giant sphere popped into the sky. They praised the gods that they had been given such a beautiful gift. They watched it, all through the night, even the children, as is slowly traced its way across the sky. So when it disappeared, they were deeply saddened. They cried out to the gods to let them have the beautiful "God's Eye," as they now called it, back. But it never came back. For years they yearned to get the God's Eye back. They were determined to reach out to the sky to find it. When they finally discovered space flight, a full 5,000 years later, most Stomiodons thought it was just a fantastic tale, that it was just something those ancient Stomiodons made up to explain the way the world works. But some still believed. Those are the ones that would search the galaxy for their long lost icon, the God's Eye.

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Re: Oviraptor's Creatures
« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2006, 04:26:46 pm »
Some pretty far out stuff there. Very nice.

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Re: Oviraptor's Creatures
« Reply #2 on: April 17, 2006, 07:33:14 pm »
Here is an Askitakt: (click to enlarge)



Askitakts have a large shell covering their body. They are carnivores. Their mouth will pull back almost entirely into the shell when it isn't hunting or feeding. Their small head has two compound eyes, that are limited but effective. They retract their head as well, while they are sleeping. Their tail is mainly to help balance it while it walks and runs, because of it's unusually wide stance. They are about the size of an ostrich, minus the head and neck.
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Re: Oviraptor's Creatures
« Reply #3 on: April 17, 2006, 10:21:34 pm »
Hey, didn't Hydro dub it the "Reclinodon"? Otherwise, very nice concepts!

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Re: Oviraptor's Creatures
« Reply #4 on: April 18, 2006, 12:27:26 am »
i like the Somiodon 8) looks awsome should make them a race bent on war coz thats what they look like  8) the others are awsome as well the Somiodon is kind of like a monster i wana make  8)

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Re: Oviraptor's Creatures
« Reply #5 on: April 18, 2006, 05:33:25 am »
Hey, didn't Hydro dub it the "Reclinodon"? Otherwise, very nice concepts!

That's their nick-name. Their official name is Stomiodon.

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« Reply #6 on: April 18, 2006, 10:19:45 am »
ooh i remember the potump and the stomiodon! great creatures!
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« Reply #7 on: April 18, 2006, 07:26:17 pm »
More creatures, very nice Ovi! That last one, the Askitakt, is interesting. That drawing turned out really well.

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« Reply #8 on: April 18, 2006, 07:32:31 pm »
i want to learn more about them like what they eat how they live that kind of thing

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Re: Oviraptor's Creatures
« Reply #9 on: April 19, 2006, 05:20:40 pm »


The Nonopod. (click to enlarge) It walks on its nine toes, three toes per leg. Its long body ends in its face, which has three arms, each with the fingers, three eyes, and a jawless circular mouth in the center. Its eyes never seem to blink because its eyelids are invisible. It has three air holes (for breathing), one right behind each eye, and three ears, one behind each arm. It wobbles severely when it walks.
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« Reply #10 on: April 19, 2006, 05:25:30 pm »
Mmm. Radial symmetry.

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« Reply #11 on: April 19, 2006, 05:25:36 pm »
Very cool! I like your shading too. Can it climb at all? It looks like it could inch up trees maybe.

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« Reply #12 on: April 19, 2006, 05:36:33 pm »
Very cool! I like your shading too. Can it climb at all? It looks like it could inch up trees maybe.

No, it can't climb, that's why it is so tall. It is omnivorous, it will eat anything slow enough for it to catch, and anything it eats will be in or on trees. It will often lean on trees to rest, since it is such a wobbly walker. It is about 7 feet tall, and it doesn't have many predators, despite its slow gait.

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« Reply #13 on: April 19, 2006, 10:40:55 pm »
Love the nonopod! Simple and clean design. Great expression on his "face" too. ;)

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Re: Oviraptor's Creatures
« Reply #14 on: April 20, 2006, 05:59:47 pm »


Pagonodoiporos, or Ice Walker, has very sharp pointed feet and tail to help it walk over ice at any grade. With its unorthodox mouth, it scrap-es into the ice to feed on organisms that live within the ice, and to get water. It is about twice the size of the average house cat. All of the body is covered in thick fur, except the five points and the front of the face.
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« Reply #15 on: April 20, 2006, 06:03:15 pm »
With its unorthodox mouth, it sc****s into the ice to feed on organisms that live within the ice, and to get water.

Methinks you spelled "scythes" wrong.
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« Reply #16 on: April 20, 2006, 06:05:43 pm »
With its unorthodox mouth, it sc****s into the ice to feed on organisms that live within the ice, and to get water.

Methinks you spelled "scythes" wrong.

:D It's not scythes, it's S-C-R-A-P-E-S. Apparently, Steve has that word a little too censored.

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« Reply #17 on: April 20, 2006, 06:07:23 pm »
With its unorthodox mouth, it sc****s into the ice to feed on organisms that live within the ice, and to get water.

Methinks you spelled "scythes" wrong.

:D It's not scythes, it's S-C-R-A-P-E-S. Apparently, Steve has that word a little too censored.

Steve censored "crap"? Nope... Crape? Oh! Aha... that word. :-X
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Re: Oviraptor's Creatures
« Reply #18 on: May 01, 2006, 06:17:41 pm »
Added a new part to the Stomiodons about the God's Eye. (From the Battle of Thishen thread).

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« Reply #19 on: May 01, 2006, 08:19:12 pm »
With its unorthodox mouth, it sc****s into the ice to feed on organisms that live within the ice, and to get water.

Methinks you spelled "scythes" wrong.

:D It's not scythes, it's S-C-R-A-P-E-S. Apparently, Steve has that word a little too censored.

Steve censored "crap"? Nope... Crape? Oh! Aha... that word. :-X

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« Reply #20 on: April 27, 2008, 12:15:15 pm »
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Well, more like 727, but who's counting. Anyway, i thought this a good place to put up my poll on which creature I should use for my [NG] creature. These are all creatures that have never been shown on the forum before, so enjoy: (click to enlarge)

Creature A:



Creature A doesn't see in visible light, communicates percussively, and has setae for for manipulators.



Creature B:



Creature B has an odd form of vision, and an even odder form of locomotion; the whole underside is highly malleable.



Creature C:



Creature C has three manipulators that grip by suction and an exoskeleton body with a single foot; they are slow.



Creature D:



Creature D is displays a very high sexual dimorphism, the smaller ones are fed (and reproduce at the same time) by the larger one through that large patch in its back.



These are in order of drawing. Please feel free to ask questions about any of them, as I think it may not be entirely clear at first glance what exactly you are looking at. :P
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Re: Oviraptor's Creatures
« Reply #21 on: April 27, 2008, 12:20:28 pm »
I vote for the last one, it looks very interesting!
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« Reply #22 on: April 27, 2008, 12:26:13 pm »
I would read descriptions before decideing, could you add just a sentence about each please? :)
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« Reply #23 on: April 27, 2008, 12:27:25 pm »
Sure thing!

Edit: There, one, brief sentence on each.
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Re: Oviraptor's Creatures
« Reply #24 on: April 27, 2008, 12:48:42 pm »
I voted both D and B, because both look cool. But it appears that D is going to win. Which is fine with me!  :)


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« Reply #25 on: April 27, 2008, 12:53:39 pm »
Also voted B and D, but I'd like to see B being the winner. Oh well, D is cool as well.

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« Reply #26 on: April 27, 2008, 01:19:29 pm »
Voted B, though all of em looks awesome :D
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« Reply #27 on: April 27, 2008, 03:39:50 pm »
Nice to see you drawing again Ovi! :D

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« Reply #28 on: April 27, 2008, 09:38:58 pm »
D. I wanna see how their sexual dimorphism works. :)

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Re: Oviraptor's Creatures
« Reply #29 on: April 27, 2008, 11:40:46 pm »
I voted for C and D.

The following are my opinions.

A's legs look to out of place and in organic for it's body. I suppose if it's legs were chitin-encased and insect-like, I'd give it a pass. Otherwise it looks to out of place for me. Though it is drawn well.

B is intriguing but I don't see anyway for it to interact with it's environment. Isn't some form of environmental manipulator required for the [NG] game? It really is an awesome design, but I still don't see it making it as a sentient creature, perhaps you could relegate it to have a purpose the overall ecosystem of whatever creature eventually wins. I especially like the head(?) region. I suppose that's some sort of sensory organ on the large blade-like head(?)? It's really fascinating.

C is interesting. I chose it mainly because I can sort of see how it could of advanced to that stage, although it's body(?)/head(?) thing seems to angular. Do you suppose it's "suction arms" are strong enough to propel it if it grabs the ground? I mean if they are meant to be "arm-like" they have to be kind of strong if dealing with prey. I suppose it's a class of pseudopod? I kind of want to suggest a cephalopod-esque approach, specifically the octopus. It uses it's manipulators (tentacles) in order to move around it's environment. You can keep the pseudopod "foot", but relegate it to some purpose like waste removal or something? Just a suggestion, but only because if something is terribly slow, unless it's massive, it's chances of survival are slim. If you have some sort of defensive means, then by all means elaborate (and consequently ignore everything I said).

D is just interesting. It has a (somewhat) believable concept and it could prove to have several distinct advantages to it depending on the environment. It is by far the most likely creature. Sexual Dimorphism is an interesting concept of that degree is interesting as well. Which is the "male" and which is the "female"? Is the flying one the male? Or have I misunderstood, and it has a two-stage development process, similar to a caterpillar/butterfly's three stage larvae/pupil/adult metamorphosis and the sexual dimorphism occurs in the adult stage?
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Re: Oviraptor's Creatures
« Reply #30 on: April 28, 2008, 05:11:07 pm »
A's legs look to out of place and in organic for it's body. I suppose if it's legs were chitin-encased and insect-like, I'd give it a pass. Otherwise it looks to out of place for me. Though it is drawn well.

It's legs are indeed chitin-like. In fact, all its "bones" are like that; including the "horns" you see on the front and rear.

B is intriguing but I don't see anyway for it to interact with it's environment. Isn't some form of environmental manipulator required for the [NG] game? It really is an awesome design, but I still don't see it making it as a sentient creature, perhaps you could relegate it to have a purpose the overall ecosystem of whatever creature eventually wins. I especially like the head(?) region. I suppose that's some sort of sensory organ on the large blade-like head(?)? It's really fascinating.

This one's manipulators are the pair of blobby looking protrusions near it's "head." They work in the same fashion as the "legs." You are indeed correct about the "head."

C is interesting. I chose it mainly because I can sort of see how it could of advanced to that stage, although it's body(?)/head(?) thing seems to angular. Do you suppose it's "suction arms" are strong enough to propel it if it grabs the ground? I mean if they are meant to be "arm-like" they have to be kind of strong if dealing with prey. I suppose it's a class of pseudopod? I kind of want to suggest a cephalopod-esque approach, specifically the octopus. It uses it's manipulators (tentacles) in order to move around it's environment. You can keep the pseudopod "foot", but relegate it to some purpose like waste removal or something? Just a suggestion, but only because if something is terribly slow, unless it's massive, it's chances of survival are slim. If you have some sort of defensive means, then by all means elaborate (and consequently ignore everything I said).

It indeed has defensive means. The whole body is a hard shell, so when in danger, it simply tucks its "foot" into its shell and retracts its tentacles until they are just nubs. Their tentacles don't work like cephalopods on Earth. They only have one suction cup and it is on the end. The highly maneuverable tentacles are basically an adaptation to being slow; they move around a lot faster that it does.

D is just interesting. It has a (somewhat) believable concept and it could prove to have several distinct advantages to it depending on the environment. It is by far the most likely creature. Sexual Dimorphism is an interesting concept of that degree is interesting as well. Which is the "male" and which is the "female"? Is the flying one the male? Or have I misunderstood, and it has a two-stage development process, similar to a caterpillar/butterfly's three stage larvae/pupil/adult metamorphosis and the sexual dimorphism occurs in the adult stage?

Being that they aren't of Earth, saying "male" and "female" would not be technically the correct thing to do. But for the purposes of relating it to Earth, it would be the larger ones that are most like females on Earth. They are indeed to different genders, one never becomes the other.

I hope that answers your questions. I've already thought through most of the biology of all of these creatures. I do that every time I draw something. I have to do that in order to draw anything properly. Though I must admit, the creature b was a little rushed.

Anyone else is free to ask questions, too. Though I won't be able to answer any questions unless they are biological ones, since that's as far as I have gotten.

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Re: Oviraptor's Creatures
« Reply #31 on: April 28, 2008, 05:53:19 pm »
So, how does B's manipulators work exactly? Are they sticky? Can they extend? Are they malleable/prehensile? Are the holes on it's back some form of respiratory system? A waste system? Or are they simply patterns, and not 'holes' as they appear? I assume it's gait is kind of weird. It would switch between Big-Leg Small-Leg in order to get forward or backward momentum?  You said it's underbelly is soft and malleable, what function does that serve? I mean why would that have been an advantageous mutation in the species? Is it an area that's difficult for predators to attack since it could possibly conform to whatever was attempting to harm it? What "type" of sensory organ is that on the head? I mean I doubt it has an earthly comparison, but I kind of (probably due to the lines in the drawing) see it as some sort of air-intake sensor or perhaps it's olfactory in nature? If those lines indicate "hair-like" structures, than perhaps it measures certain aspects of it's environment? Perhaps it can also pick up sound and "smell" all with the same sensory organ?

On C, now I see. I had assumed when you said suction you had meant like that on a tentacle. How adept are the "suction-teeth" (I assume it's part of a mouth structure, if not it must surely work in a similar capacity as human hands or an elephant trunk) and manipulating objects? Can it control how strong it's grasp is efficiently enough to perform the delicate operations required for a High-Technology society? Or are they a Low-Technology Species that specializes? Perhaps it is biology that lets them get to the Space-faring instead of technology? I know you've not progressed that far into their history, but you can at least surmise where you want them to go eventually. What prevents a creature from turning them upside down and eating their gooey underbelly? Or at least "tearing" the foot to get to the internals of the creature? The shell, at least as it's depicted, is angular which means instead of rolling into a correcting position it's likely to get stuck on it's back. So keeping an adapted predator from turning over the creature and taking it's time feasting? Also approximately how large is it? What is the scale for most of these creatures in fact? It seems only B and D would have any considerable sizes to them.
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Re: Oviraptor's Creatures
« Reply #32 on: April 29, 2008, 05:34:42 pm »
Your questions are getting really specific now. :P I'll try to give the brief version:

Creature B: The holes are for breathing; the malleable "legs" and "arms" have a blanket of muscles that can ripple and fold in all sorts of shapes; the sensory organ is on the front edge of the "head," it's a combination of infrared vision and heat sense (it's seamless to them), though it does have some chemoreceptors as well.

Creature C: The tentacles are capable of a high degree of precision; the bottom of the foot is very tough; the shell may be angular from this view, but if you viewed it from the front, it wouldn't be.

Approximate scales:

A: About the size of a donkey

B: About the size of a small sheep

C: About the size of a large microwave

D: The larger one is huge, on the scale of the largest dinosaurs that ever lived; the smaller one is much smaller, maybe the size of a large fruit bat.

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« Reply #33 on: May 01, 2008, 02:57:46 pm »
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« Reply #34 on: January 25, 2010, 08:39:33 am »
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Blah, blah, blah...

Anyway, remember this poll I made? Well, I chose D (I know it didn't win, but I like it better than B). Well, here are finalized drawings I made (I only got around to coloring one of them):









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« Reply #35 on: January 25, 2010, 08:43:15 am »
Hmm... Maybe i should recreate C in spore. You of course would get the mentioned as coming up with the original concept.
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Re: Oviraptor's Creatures
« Reply #36 on: January 25, 2010, 08:48:38 am »
You should do that, I made 5 of his Sagan creatures in Spore last year. It was fun.


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« Reply #37 on: March 31, 2010, 12:08:41 am »
Wow! Ovi is like some rare bird that only appears like every 2 years.

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Re: Oviraptor's Creatures
« Reply #38 on: July 23, 2010, 03:27:57 pm »
I believe I would be classified as an Ent.

Let's see... stay on topic...

Well, here is a creature I don't think I ever posted that I made almost two years ago...


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Re: Oviraptor's Creatures
« Reply #39 on: July 23, 2010, 04:03:32 pm »
Neat! You should make a new Sagan 4 species. :D