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We should do a rendition, all just for fun, you and me and every one! Because the only thing better than a Gonturzap askew is a friendally friend who then makes up two, and the only thing better than that, you see, is a masterful, sassterful triplet of three. And the only thing better, on floor or in door, is a quartet of four, or a score or more! There is no cap, no limit to tap, for the wunkerly wobberly Gonturzap!

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My skills as an artist are only somewhat behind my skills as a sculptor, which lag somewhat behind my skills at brain surgery, quantum mechanics, and telekinesis.

Nevertheless, when I dig up the parts, I will have something to show. Even if it's only something to laugh at.

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Wait, everyone doesn't practice their brain surgery skills on their D&D group? How else would you build up your skill ranks? :devil:

 

Let's all make Gonturzaps! I love this! And we can make a portfolio of the genetic variations of Gonturus Zappos for posterity.

 

Also- Bugs- no power?! Stay warm!!

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Here is my submission to the great IMAGINE Gonturzaps drawing challenge.

 

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Dun dun dun.... The arms and legs did not turn out as big and beefy as I wanted, and head ended up way smaller than I wanted. Which is why always, proportions first, details later. And it's obvious I need to do more studies of feet. :lol:

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Ok when I showed this to my husband, I also told him about Titis, and I knocked off a quick sketch of what came to mind.

 

I leave here without further comment. Though will state someone mentioned Trogdor earlier today.

 

 

Nothing to see here.... :ph34r::unsure::down:

 

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Ok when I showed this to my husband, I also told him about Titis, and I knocked off a quick sketch of what came to mind.

 

I leave here without further comment. Though will state someone mentioned Trogdor earlier today.

 

 

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I dunno. Something about that doesn't look real.

 

I think its one of those silicon based Titis.

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