After the cold rainy nights of ANU, the sight of the sun is a blessing for its inhabitants. In the rocks of the lower regions of Tiamat Mountains, two Flamanaris walk along the muddy bottom of a temporary river that stop running a few minutes past, looking for a high spot to warm themselves in the sun.
A small pack of Blandopodas follow the pair, while a pack of hunters flying high above start their descending onto a unlucky prey.
The whole scene just looks so natural and believable, like a snapshot from a very real place... the effect is quite astounding!
I’m also really intrigued by the flying hunters as well as those little critters crawling up the rock...
As always, I’m looking forward to seeing more from this wonderful world
The flying things and the little critters will be extensively explored soon, don't worry. (whole new phylum for the latter, may take a while )
Gonna do a lot more scenes from now on, so keep tuned!
any way we can keep in contact?
Sure, Facebook, if you don't mind. I barely use for anything but chat anyways. lol
Note me if interested.
what are the four button-like organs on the front and back?
It is a puffy membrane used for hearing, like external eardrums. All policapta have them, like these.
This one in particular have mimic spots on the back that look like the ears to confuse its predators.
Guess i'll sketch a basic guide for the policapta's anatomy next. lol