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SPACEFUTURE! Bombshell's Edofleini (Brain Squids From Space)

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These guys are fantastic!  Love your colors, beautiful blending.

 

These aliens look suspiciously like cousins to some Elder Gods.

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Thanks, all! 

On 6/11/2019 at 8:16 AM, Iridil said:

Marvelous color scheme, well-executed blending and great group!

The high-contrast green was was @Glitterwolf's idea, and wise it was. 

 

16 hours ago, Warlady said:

These guys are fantastic!  Love your colors, beautiful blending.

 

These aliens look suspiciously like cousins to some Elder Gods.

Oh you know it! Hypergeometric space warping and MADNESS  for sure! 

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So cool Rigel! Love the coconut octopus inspired color scheme. Sea creatures supply no end of inspiration right??

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6 hours ago, Redd Knekk said:

So cool Rigel! Love the coconut octopus inspired color scheme. Sea creatures supply no end of inspiration right??

 

And to think we only have explored about 10% of the Oceans...Who knows what lurks there?

 

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Ah a new Spacefuture episode, I`m here of course ::D: As always a funny presentation, I enjoyed. The idea to lend the colour scheme from nature was simply top. Looks really great and as others already said the blendings turned out very well too. Great job!!!

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