Artist: Vivienne M. (me)
((didnt know if i needed that info, im stressin that my entries are done the right way Dx))Download for bigger view, i like it cause it shows some of the details i did fer this
My Second entry!! and i worked sooOooO Hard on this!! gaaah, i may do a pic like this for "The Lantern" but i LOVE this design!
i was inspired by a real deer skull in my art class, i also did a fantasy illustration involving the deer skull as my first art project for this school year, i adore deer, and the skulls are so cool and unique.. really lovely too.. in a creepy way
Beast name: The Stag Beast
- Stag skull
- hair curler
- canvas fabric
- (other sharp utensils)
- metal armor (broken piece of armor from original robots from the war)
- motion sensors
- Razor saw
- baseball mitts
- food clamp
- human femur
- old blender
The stag beast crouches like a monkey, its large body makes it very hard to injure/ attack, it is heavily armored and deadly. most of its limbs are long and flexible. it has one odd front limb that it uses as a functioning hand to pick things up. it has no lower jaw but (like the seamstress) it screeches and bellows eerie cries. it is created to destroy stitch punks and retrieve larger objects, because it is larger beast then some others.
also it has a frill.. yes i like frills, i just think its cool that they suddenly fly up when alerted and then retract real fast *pictures it in head* EEEH i adore creatures like this.. an i legit make noses while thinking about them
*narrows eyes and hisses*
I Have decided my top 3 favorite stitchpunks from the movie are 1, 9 and 7, so i stuck them in here
i have no idea when this scene would occur...
uh..... maybe .....
i have no idea :/
i just LOVE the idea of 1 being confronted by a beast like this, his reactions to the winged beast were amazing!! i love fear in characters! its so genuine
id write a lil fan-ish story plot below if i had the faintest clue WHEN this scene would happen.. xDD i shouldnt have done 1 with his cape.. xDD *fail*
7 is gonna kill a b*tch!
1,9 & 7 (c) SHANE ACKER