Living species are an archive of organisms that are alive today. There are millions upon millions different species out there, ready to be used in your character or creature design.
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!
Creature design is one of the harder professions to master. You have to thoroughly understand art fundamentals and the world around us. Not only animal and plant life, but also the human mind if you want to make appealing creature designs. So as you may understand: This guide is not a shortcut to becoming a great creature designer. It’s rather a guideline so you understand what it takes to become one, and what you should be focusing on when you decide to take this route.
Anatomy is one of these things many people are allergic to. So, why is learning anatomy for creature design so important? The simple answer is: It’s an art fundamental. The more complex answer we will discuss in this article. Getting a hang of the why and how will probably make you a bit more excited about this much-dreaded art fundamental. It’s fun to learn really, that is if you have a solid grip on what you’re supposed to learn and why. Thankfully, anatomy is not repetitive. This makes it really awesome to learn once you put your mind to it.
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!