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Washed Up by beastofoblivion Washed Up by beastofoblivion
Lunch sketch from two weeks back. Eel-goat, Jersey Devil thing.
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TheComicChick Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2014  Student General Artist
this is very well drawn, but i would not want to actually see that on a beach somewhere. :P 
Bestiarius Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2014
Looks really cool, the overall shape of the skull looks similar to a camel skull.
reddragon122100 Featured By Owner May 3, 2014  Student General Artist
That seagull looks mentally scarred
mejony Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2014  Professional General Artist
"mine mine mine mine mine mine " :D
Reyniki Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Seagull: "Hey, hey! You okay, man? You okay? You need some water?"
Eyes-of-Inferno Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2014  Hobbyist Artist

stays out of the water for life*

awesome piece

tenko72 Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2014
I like how normal this scene looks. Like, that gull doesn't even care that there's this hellish thing on the beach. He's probably going to try to eat it.
La-Anime Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013  Student General Artist
I LOVE researching these things..... and thinking about how nightmare-inducing, terrifying, and alien whales would look without all that blubber........... >:) Y'know?
Alberthein1 Featured By Owner May 17, 2014
Without the blubber, whales would probably just look more like a dolphin, but still whale-ish.
Just compare the skeletons. They're not that weird really.

Unless you've got a greaaaat example, ofcourse. But whales won't look like demons without blubber xD
La-Anime Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014  Student General Artist
oh yes I do have great examples....8D look at the Beluga skeleton, Sperm Whale skeleton.... and oh God... the Baleen Whale skeleton. O______O imagine THOSE GUYS, with just muscle and skin instead of AAAAAAAAAAALL that thick blubber. there are a lot of spaces on their bodies I HAVE NO IDEA what kind of connective tissues or what kind of blubber could be there that looks totally natural.... their bodies are so confusing. but there's always that EXTERNAL organ, even on dolphins that takes up that big ol'--- forehead? No, nose of theirs. their MELON. I can't believe it's actually called a MELON. haha... we have noses, whales have MELONS. 
those whales... no, the beluga, the baleen, the orca, and (this one's a fish but it fits into what im saying) the basking shark are really hard to identify when they're heavily decomposed, and have washed up on the shore. A giant beluga washed up on the shore of somewhere waay close to the pole in Russia and some soldiers at some base near by found it and it looked like some kind of loch-ness monster I DON'T KNOW IT WAS JUST FREAKING SCARY.... It took people a while to figure out it was a heavily decomposed 6 foot something BELUGA. IT LOOKED ALL HAIRY.... I guess that's what rotted blubber kinda looks like after a while... A baleen whale washed up on a shore, of course heavily decomposed aaand the locals obviously thought it was some ancient dinosaur-godzilla-thing from the deep sea. Or an alien. All the baleen were gone, all of the connective tissues that kept it's jaw together were gone so it kinda had the face of one of those aliens in Halo. In japan, a deep-sea fishing boat caught a basking shark carcass. when they pulled it up, what remained of it looked like a plesiosaur. They thought they actually found one. Here's what hapened:…
Same kind of thing with dead whales. (IM SO SORRY PLEASE FORGIVE ME FOR RAMBLING... ^^;)
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