Illustration Friday: “Muddy”

Muddy

The three-trunked glorfnet is a mud-dweller, unlike its wooly cousins in the far north of the planet.  It thrives on the bacteria that lives in the mud, and rarely ever leaves its nutrient rich, albeit, messy, home.  Consequently, it is also far less intelligent than its arctic cousins.  Many glorfnets have plants growing on them, usually the blue-leaved premanian vine.

All images © Eric Battaglia 2009

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3 Responses to “Illustration Friday: “Muddy””

  1. cool illustration.
    it has a crown
    king mud

  2. Like this one a lot – the shape of the body, texture of the hide, that it has plants growing on top or, maybe, stuck to it. Cool.

  3. Wow, this is an awesome drawing and creature. Bravo!

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