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Deep Sea Creature - Render, Ben Erdt on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/deep-sea-creature-render
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Dive into The Art Of Ben Erdt, Senior Character/Creature Artist/Modeler at Guerrilla Games

Modeled in XSI, sculpted in ZBrush, textured in Mari and rendered in Modo.

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The predator rats are a group of carnivorous rodents from Dougal Dixon's After Man. They evolved from rats, hence their names. After the Age of Man, the extinction of most carnivorans gave rats a chance to take over their niches. In the distant future, they diversified, having to take the place of many carnivorans - cheetahs, wildcats, wolves, foxes, weasels, bears, and even pinnipeds - and evolved a similar form, although they have retained primitive features, like a long hairless tail.....
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The predator rats are a group of carnivorous rodents from Dougal Dixon's After Man. They evolved.

The predator rats are a group of carnivorous rodents from Dougal Dixon's After Man. They evolved from rats, hence their names. After the Age of Man, the extinction of most carnivorans gave rats a chance to take over their niches. In the distant future, they diversified, having to take the place of many carnivorans - cheetahs, wildcats, wolves, foxes, weasels, bears, and even pinnipeds - and evolved a similar form, although they have retained primitive features, like a long hairless tail.....

The predator rats are a group of carnivorous rodents from Dougal Dixon's After Man. They evolved from rats, hence their names. After the Age of Man, the extinction of most carnivorans gave rats a chance to take over their niches. In the distant future, they diversified, having to take the place of many carnivorans - cheetahs, wildcats, wolves, foxes, weasels, bears, and even pinnipeds - and evolved a similar form, although they have retained primitive features, like a long hairless tail.....
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Leaf Bull, Alessandro Chirico on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/YRL8w
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Leaf Bull, Alessandro Chirico on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/YRL8w

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Ken Barthelmey is a Luxembourg based concept artist with a talent for producing realistic and believable character and creature concepts. Barthelmey also creates short speed painting videos.

#xenobiology #Mutant 'Builder' by Tchukart on DeviantArt, check out his corner for more of his Bio-Diverse Colony series!

'Builder' by Tchukart on DeviantArt, check out his corner for more of his Bio-Diverse Colony series!

The Concept Art for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them - Digital Art Mix

If you've seen the brilliant new Harry Potter spin-off film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them then why not take a look at the concept art behind the film. The Art of the Film: Fantastic

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The art of Ken Barthelmey who's recently done a selection of Concept Art for the Maze Runner

The Trawlermouth spends most of its life flying in higher altitudes, patrolling zones frequented by many flocking species and catching them as it flies by in its gaping mouth. The Trawlermouth rarely closes it's mouth, and only lands for brief periods to rest or mate before launching back up into the air with its grasshopper like hind-legs.

Done for Conceptarts COW challenge - Winged Megamouth The Trawlermouth spends most of it& life flying in higher altitudes, patrolling zones frequented by many flocking species and catching th.

Bio-Diverse Colony - Warrior by Tchukart on deviantART

A boss creature concept I did for RampageM. Went through a lot of iterations before I nailed this beasty down. Glad though because I kind of like the outcome of it.

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