Environments are extremely important when it comes to both character and creature designs. In the case of characters: It tells something about that person, and the situation he or she is in. In the case of creatures it tells a lot about their behavior and nature.
It’s been some time since the creature prompt generator was built for Life to Legend. This with the help of Ryan Holt whom I’m still very thankful. And up to today, the creature prompt generator is the most popular page of Life to Legend. But, did you know that you can take these prompts to the next level with the help of some fun tips and ideas? So let’s get started!
The wonderful world of weird plant features. Here we are, the conclusion and archive of those support articles. As you might already know, those articles describe wonderful adaptations in the plant world. Over the many years of evolution, cultivation, and documentation some strange things popped up. Some more than others.
Other than a fun read, this archive and the connected articles are meant to inspire artists and world builders and expand their scope of knowledge. Those examples are just a small collection of what goes on in our world, but it’s enough to make you as artists become aware and start discovering on your own.
Our world is full of the wonderful and remarkable. Many things of that most people are not even aware of. But because they exist in our world, they can be a really nice place to start when building creatures or worlds.
Strange plants are in abundance. Some you may never have heard of before, while others are commonly known, except for their weird superpowers.
In this 5th edition we discuss the sandbox tree, also known as the dynamite tree. The vampire plant, or devils guts, and the whistling thorn.
This time is a little bit different. Today we take on a little trip to the well, more ehm, sexual side of the plant kingdom.
Be contronted with your own imagination, or that of others, and meet Peter Pepper, the Jackal food and the Sausage tree!
Carnivorous plants, shy plants, stinky plants… They’re all represented in the plant kingdom.
This time we discuss a parasite, plans that live in nutrient poor environments, and plats that go hiding when you touch them.
Nature is full of surprises. Plants are usually overlooked, but today, they get a little TLC, and you will get a dose of inspiration.