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Art #26 -- Path to the Point.

Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 7

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The diagonal pointer is inspired by pens and pencils.

Edited by Naean

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Art #29 -- Relic Ruins.

Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 10

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The crystals hanging from the ruins are inspired by the crystals from Crash Bandicoot games.

There are patterns on the block underneath the hanging ruins, which are inspired by the tails of Miles "Tails" Prower.

Edited by Naean

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Art #33 -- Ear fluff.

Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 14

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I drew this approximately 2 weeks after I started to get tinnitus in my right ear.

Edited by Naean

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Art #39 -- Peculiar Plaque.

Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 20

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The gem in the plaque is inspired by the Master Emerald from the Sonic The Hedgehog series.

Sorry for the lack of an accurate start date. The reason that this information is missing, is due to me procrastinating with writing it down, and then later forgetting what the exact start date was! Rest assured, I will not make that daft mistake again.  ^o^

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Art #40 -- Varietail.

Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 21

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The tail's circular shapes area is inspired by seeds on the back of the Sceptile character from the Pokémon series.

Edited by Naean

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Art #43 -- Friendly Fins.

Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 24

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The overall inspiration for this piece is from aquatic animals in general...

... Specifically, the tail is inspired by the tail on dolphins (One of my favourite animals!). The mechanical body centre is inspired by the mechanical dolphin tail seen on the box art of the Dolphin Tale movie. The various splats and round shapes are inspired by the ink and squid elements of the Splatoon video game.

Edited by Naean

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On 8/4/2018 at 10:13 PM, MightyRay said:

D'aww! Aren't they a charming critter! Nicely done, I like the face!

Thank you! I'm pleased you like the design!  ^w^

To this day, "Friendly Fins." remains one of my favourite drawings. I wasn't used to drawing animal-like things at the time (And I'm still getting better at that.), so this one turned out better than I anticipated.

I really like how the face turned out, the overall expression ended up coming out rather nicely. I contemplated adding a nose at the time, but decided against it, and I think the design is better without it. I think the lack of a nose compliments the 'cuteness' of the face.  🙂



Art #44 -- Slim-legged Springy-spines Cyclopes.

Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 25

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The main influence behind this drawing comes from the sentient treasure chests in the Tricky Treasure levels of Rayman Origins, which is what the slim legs, and in particular the Cyclops elements, are inspired by. Additionally, there are quite a lot of other sources of inspiration behind this piece...

... The spines are inspired by the spines from Sonic The Hedgehog. The dangling rings are inspired by ear rings, as well as rings from Sonic The Hedgehog video games. The springy coils on the spines are inspired by the coils of springs from Sonic The Hedgehog video games.

The hair above the eye is inspired by the hair of the Bart Simpson character. The roughly triangular section of the body is inspired by the volcanoes in the backgrounds of the Lava Mountain levels in Sonic Runners.

The semicircle design of the eye is inspired by eyes of Metal Sonic.

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