Some art

It looks really nice! Maybe make the head a little smaller because it seems a bit disproportionate, but it looks excellent like that!

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Any ideas for scenery? I don’t want to leave it completely blank.

It looks like an amphibious creature, so maybe coming out of water to a swamp-like terrain?

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wow it looks amazing you are really good. :smiley:

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Update on the biology and behavior of Runds: (I would say not to double post but I’ve triple posted in this thread before) Runds are a large carnivorous species that produces asexually. The large “horns” on its head are actually its reproductive system. When a certain branch of the “horns” get too heavy they fall off and implant themselves into the ground. The parent Rund is aware of when it’s “horns” get too large and make sure to find a suitable place to drop their horns. They often try to drop their horns in the same place. About a week after the infant Runds implant in the ground they will begin to rapidly develop small “nubs” that will develop into legs in due course. The parent Rund is extremely protective of its offspring and approaching one is ill-advised. Another week after the legs begin development a stalk-like structure will emerge from the center of the infant Rund. This will grow into a mouth. The parent Rund, when spotting this stalk, means that the infants are ready for feeding. The parent Rund will quickly kill and swallow the nearest animal life form. Once done digesting the parent Rund will regurgitate the animal on top of the infant Rund, which will slowly soak up the remains. Mature Runds will display sensory organs on the front of their reproductive organs which sense vibrations. These sensors often grow sporadically and, on occasion, will pierce the Rund itself. The Rund’s body is extremely muscular to support its boneless body. Runds have no given symmetry and therefore can often have more than the usual three legs. At the end of these legs are vertical slits. When blowing air through these slits they make a distinctive rumbling noise similar to thunder. This is how mature Runds communicate to other creatures and Runds that they are present.

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@OmnipotentFNarr yeah that would make it easier to be supported

Wow you put a lot of effort in your story! Ever considered publishing your creature in the Thrive universe reboot reboot thread? You did this pretty well. You can even include the drawing once finished.

A. Thank you very much
B. Why would anyone publish creatures I thought Thrive was about like making your own stuff not showing everyone (this is a legitimate question not an attack)
C. How would I publish it?

Oh sorry, I meant post (wrong wording choice). I guess you didn’t know, but this thread is for posting a creature you designed.

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Got it!

I really :antarctica:ed up. I tried making it really dull and natural looking and got this

Whatever I’m gonna post it to a more active fan art thread


It looks like a swamp tree, so it blends in really well with its environment.

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Should i jump on the bandwagon and make my own “I’ll draw your creatures” thread?

That looks very alien. Keep up the good work.

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This creature needs a name, I’m kind of working on a description right now and it’s going to have some friends (or at least I’ve planned). I’m taking suggestions!

Why did you just Necro- post a thread with a COMPLETELY unrelated comment?

im pretty sure they just suggested a name for the creature

Even if that was what it was, it still is a post a year after the one it is referring to.


I think this guy is trolling the forums (maybe).

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