Evolution Jam 2018

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Evolution Jam 2018
« on: Feb 12, 2018, 09:15 PM »
Pretty simple - I drew a creature, and the next person draws the creature, but evolved a bit a few thousand years later. Maybe it grows wings, maybe it loses it's stupid arms, maybe it decides to eat meat and turns into a predator? It's up to you.

Rules:
1. The point is to evolve slowly, do NOT make huge jumps! Make small steps so we can develop this creature together over many drawings.
2. Sign up and draw quickly. When it's your turn, please turn in a drawing within a few days. If you want to shuffle or trade your place in line, just let us know.
3. Keep it somewhat realistic please. Don't add like, laserbeam eyes or chainsaw hands.
4. Optional but strongly suggested - add some flavor text to your drawing! It will help the next person in line See below.



Our creature is about 12" high, and covered with feathers. It spends a lot of time in shallow water. It's long legs keep most of it's body dry. It likes to keep it's head up to catch falling debris from the forest above. It mainly eats bugs and vegetables. It is pretty vulnerable to predators, so it tends to lay a ridiculous amount of eggs to keep it's population from dwindling.

Sign up below! First person to post can start drawing right away.

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Re: Evolution Jam 2018
« Reply #1 on: Feb 13, 2018, 11:34 AM »
Id love to do this!

Re: Evolution Jam 2018
« Reply #2 on: Feb 13, 2018, 11:41 AM »
I'm very much up for it.

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Re: Evolution Jam 2018
« Reply #3 on: Feb 13, 2018, 12:11 PM »
Rules:
1. The point is to evolve slowly, do NOT make huge jumps! Make small steps so we can develop this creature together over many drawings.
2. Sign up and draw quickly. When it's your turn, please turn in a drawing within a few days. If you want to shuffle or trade your place in line, just let us know.
3. Keep it somewhat realistic please. Don't add like, laserbeam eyes or chainsaw hands.
4. Optional but strongly suggested - add some flavor text to your drawing! It will help the next person in line See below.



Our creature is about 12" high, and covered with feathers. It spends a lot of time in shallow water. It's long legs keep most of it's body dry. It likes to keep it's head up to catch falling debris from the forest above. It mainly eats bugs and vegetables. It is pretty vulnerable to predators, so it tends to lay a ridiculous amount of eggs to keep it's population from dwindling.



He is now about 13" tall, they have evolved to face downwards to peck and dig in the sands of shallow tides for shell fish their coat helps them blend into the sand. They lay in large numbers in shallow holes on beaches in clutches they are a social animal out of necessity!


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Re: Evolution Jam 2018
« Reply #4 on: Feb 13, 2018, 12:27 PM »
OMG! I love it!

Hellis, you're up next - you can go off of Corn's drawing.

Re: Evolution Jam 2018
« Reply #5 on: Feb 13, 2018, 12:28 PM »
Rules:
1. The point is to evolve slowly, do NOT make huge jumps! Make small steps so we can develop this creature together over many drawings.
2. Sign up and draw quickly. When it's your turn, please turn in a drawing within a few days. If you want to shuffle or trade your place in line, just let us know.
3. Keep it somewhat realistic please. Don't add like, laserbeam eyes or chainsaw hands.
4. Optional but strongly suggested - add some flavor text to your drawing! It will help the next person in line See below.

Due to gradually colder weather, the bird now sports a fluffier, bigger coat of feather. And a lack of clams has had the bird attack beched seaslugs, its beak now better made to kinda saw trough tougher exteriors.


 

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