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Re: Other Creativity

Post by Dezinaa » Sat 30 Jul 2016, 22:39

shimobaatar wrote:Approximately how tall is this individual?
Probably around 5 feet tall, but that's not set in stone yet.
k1234567890y wrote:looks nice (: do they have sexual dimorphism? do they even have different sexes at all? (:
Yes, male and female. The females are usually a few inches shorter than males, and they have more rounded ears. The males have lighter coloring under their chins, arms, legs, tail, and chest/belly. The females only have lighter coloring on the lower belly area, backs of the legs, and under the tail.
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Re: Other Creativity

Post by Khemehekis » Sat 30 Jul 2016, 22:59

Dezinaa wrote: Yes, male and female. The females are usually a few inches shorter than males, and they have more rounded ears. The males have lighter coloring under their chins, arms, legs, tail, and chest/belly. The females only have lighter coloring on the lower belly area, backs of the legs, and under the tail.
So this must be a male Ngona!
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Re: Other Creativity

Post by k1234567890y » Sat 30 Jul 2016, 23:01

Dezinaa wrote: Yes, male and female. The females are usually a few inches shorter than males, and they have more rounded ears. The males have lighter coloring under their chins, arms, legs, tail, and chest/belly. The females only have lighter coloring on the lower belly area, backs of the legs, and under the tail.
nice (:

should I show my intellectual conspecies? although the pics are not new at all.
Khemehekis wrote: So this must be a male Ngona!
lol seems like you have got some knowledge of Ngonas.
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Re: Other Creativity

Post by Dezinaa » Sat 30 Jul 2016, 23:40

Khemehekis wrote:So this must be a male Ngona!
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k1234567890y wrote:should I show my intellectual conspecies? although the pics are not new at all.
Sure!
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Re: Other Creativity

Post by shimobaatar » Sat 30 Jul 2016, 23:47

Dezinaa wrote:
shimobaatar wrote:Approximately how tall is this individual?
Probably around 5 feet tall, but that's not set in stone yet.
Got it, thanks for the response.
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k1234567890y wrote:should I show my intellectual conspecies? although the pics are not new at all.
Sure!
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Re: Other Creativity

Post by k1234567890y » Sat 30 Jul 2016, 23:57

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You can go to the following link to know more about the long-longs: http://conworld.wikia.com/wiki/Long-longs
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Re: Other Creativity

Post by Lambuzhao » Sun 31 Jul 2016, 03:45

long-longs look cute-cute~!

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Re: Other Creativity

Post by Lambuzhao » Sun 31 Jul 2016, 04:12

This is actually from another thread, and from two days ago.
qwed117 wrote: Ah, alas, hath thine sun faltered, and the sky blackened, kin to soot? Hath the darkness become thine enemy, against time?
The dawn has faltered, 'tis gloaming still, today we're children to Muna's will.

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/56 ... cf872d.jpg


I have recurred, yes sirs, mesdames and honeywells, from my morning’s walk, and what a walk it was!

Long time have I trod the Tulgey Wide Wood’s winding path. As I took to it, the blue light of gloaming darkened by rainclouded welkin. I marched along into the flat, drowish, duskelfen woodscape.
The trees, their leaves, their branches, all matted into one grayish, continuous wall, a stony confusion which eye could not penetrate, nor scant light could give neither depth nor shape.

Lo! I heard a growl not far into the Tulgey Wood. It could have been the flatulence of a well-sated raŋkun, poggle or vloch, but behind the droughen thickets of pre-dawn, it could have been eilbær with cruel claws or the dreaded dringsnappininger of manxsome fang. But I marched on, clinging hold to my umbershoot as it protected me from rain and furry critter.
I wended onward, along the trusty path, ambling past thickets of rasselberry and groves of Ombù, that we know as Incleberry, whose purple fruits have not yet formed, but whose creamy blooms just now nod in the peaceable moist breezes. Beneath, scrambling thickets of Enemy Mine, which looks to the world like mint, it beckons as if it were, promising spice and suaviolence, only to snap and bitterly sting, like a Marizei fishwife. I dare not stray off the path, for fear of those toothy bites, by Walpertinger's beard, no!

To the path I stay, and it isn’t long before, near the Dos Caciques, I spooked… was it a walpertinger or rasselbock? It was a nimble dam-hassayampa, nay, twain dams-hassayampaim, lissomely bounding into the darkest green of the drunken smeuse. Just about their white scuts could I see scudding ‘neath the boughs of tree. And the day was indeed dawning, and I greeted it with hirquitallient yawning.

Is hit duondeght the crier would say in the sleepy towns by the Marizei. But far, very far I am indeed from that Shore; into the Woods I go yet more.

And by the Stone Bridge built by ogres of yore, I heard a familiar sound once more. I looked and saw in aqueous convolution four Mungomoon making watery ablution. And spraying and hissing this way and that with a most stentorian tootling thereat. Contented all us wights thereby; they as wet as I was dry.


Since ere dawn it was decreed that Muna Gaira with all due speed send yet more rains and showers from her heavenly powers. The light was still soft and blue and of a misty dreamsome hue.
Yet onward I pushed through branch and rain to see what more my sight would gain.
I travelled ‘neath the lofty crowns of Moser-ache, Highwish and Queenybower, and Chatyo-trees heavy-laden in flower, whose roots will provide the very stuff, of wintry gruels and stews to sup. Yet nary a Cardwell sang in this haunt, not e’en a Cheerilup guffawed as I’d wont. Shushed by showers, hushed by rains, I espied not one bird, for all my pains.
Just below were the boughs of Incleberry treaves blooming with rain-dripping broad-rimmed leaves. Death’s Cradles oped their leafy trap, anointed with venomous sticky sap. And thorny limbs of Ballenrædt bushes, which prickle unsuspecting tushes. But there were eke dawnish treats, behold: Sweetest blackenberries tenfold! A welcome find for Breckoose-nibble, beneath the shower’s endless dribble. The air grew thick and sweet, as I like, wafting with petrichoral delight. Still my nape grew wet, my umbershoot for spite, Wishing I were more imperviously dight. So I turned myself round, and called dawn a day, and I wended upon my soft and wet way.
I went by way rücgeikemsght, unto my waiting wagon, in showers bedrenched.


And that was my trip to the Tulgey Wide Wood. I went there and back, and knew that I would.


A Brief Bestiary and Herbal (in order of apparition):
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Raŋkun (Chapalmalania inquisitiva)
http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/din ... 0927132852

Poggle (Didelphis maxumus)
http://www.shawnolson.net/media/1/image ... m_2785.jpg

Vloch (Canis dirus wallachensis)
http://www.bullytree.com/wp-content/upl ... itting.jpg

Eilbaer (Steropodon peloratrox)
http://i.imgur.com/NHZBkvG.jpg

Dringsnappininger (Aniwye aniwye)
http://www.photochopz.com/gallery/data/ ... -14394.jpg

Ombu or Incleberry (Phytolacca ombrosia)
https://plants.ces.ncsu.edu/media/images/PhytoAm5.jpg

Enemy Mine (Urtica inimica)
http://www.danish-schnapps-recipes.com/ ... le-500.jpg

Hassayampa (Onycholepus rapidissimus sub. hylobates )
http://valentint.blog.bg/photos/178454/ ... de-006.jpg

Mungomoon( anglicised from Mungumūnæ: Anser zanclatus )
http://pre13.deviantart.net/5527/th/pre ... 5eswfo.png

Moser-ache (anglicised from Mosurreik: Platanus acerifolia)
http://www.maltawildplants.com/PLAT/Pic ... olia_t.jpg

Highwish (anglicised from Haiwesh: Quercus bomba-bellota)
http://www.missouribotanicalgarden.org/ ... 901021.jpg

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/23 ... f57ff8.jpg

Queenybower (anglicised from Kueninjboer: Broussonetia regina imperatrix )
http://eattheweeds.com/wp-content/uploa ... 08/pm1.jpg

Chatyo tree ( Helianthus arborescens)
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-fsxVHmIRiqE/U ... owers4.jpg

Cardwell (Carduelis spp.)
https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/73 ... 8badbe.jpg

Spotted Cheerilup (a.k.a. Ra-Horus Cheerilup Turdus sessilis oculosus )
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Cn7h4NFWIAA1n9a.jpg

Sooty Cheerilup (Turdus sessilis nigranives)
https://c2.staticflickr.com/4/3672/9387 ... b6b2_b.jpg

Caboblanco (Turdus sessilis leucocephalidion)
https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/56 ... a608cd.jpg

Death's Cradle (Rhus praesepe-mortis )
http://alkemscalemodels.net/AlkemScaleM ... _Thumb.jpg

http://l7.alamy.com/zooms/e7256ff0202e4 ... de15pf.jpg

Wild Ballenraedt ( Rosa sindarinsis )
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/ ... Flower.jpg
https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3356/351 ... 8130_b.jpg
Sorry if it got limping-scazontic/Seussical in the latter part; I guess I was imitating myself huffing and puffing along through the woods. [:3]


Otherwise,

Enjoy!
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Re: Other Creativity

Post by Ebon » Sun 31 Jul 2016, 21:56

I drew a thing I'm really proud of and I'm going to link to it because it's a huge image.
(I haven't finalised the design yet, so I was lazy with the outfit. I'll work it over in the next few days and probably do a full body.)
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Post by k1234567890y » Sun 31 Jul 2016, 22:08

Lambuzhao wrote:long-longs look cute-cute~!

[:)]
thank you Lambuzhao (:

Long-longs are the original species that speak Lonmai Luna, but later Lonmai Luna was adopted by human beings arrived to that world and was used as a language of learned people, that is, it was in a way by human beings similar to Latin of Medieval Europe in our world.

And there are few human beings speaking Lonmai Luna as their mother tongue, for example, Meimei(Meimei is the nickname, her real name is Akari Borjigit, and is Akari Ayase before adopted by the Borjigit family).

You can find the introduction of Meimei here: http://k1234567890y.deviantart.com/art/ ... -599325280

also, pics of Meimei:

http://k1234567890y.deviantart.com/art/ ... -151725905

http://k1234567890y.deviantart.com/art/ ... -395076800

http://k1234567890y.deviantart.com/art/ ... -487362356

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Re: Other Creativity

Post by shimobaatar » Sun 31 Jul 2016, 23:46

k1234567890y wrote:
Spoiler:
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You can go to the following link to know more about the long-longs: http://conworld.wikia.com/wiki/Long-longs
They look interesting; I'll have to read more about them when I have time.
Lambuzhao wrote:This is actually from another thread, and from two days ago.
[+1] As I may have said before, very well done!
Ebon wrote:I drew a thing I'm really proud of and I'm going to link to it because it's a huge image.
(I haven't finalised the design yet, so I was lazy with the outfit. I'll work it over in the next few days and probably do a full body.)
That looks really cool so far! Hopefully you'll share the full thing when it's done. [:D]
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Re: Other Creativity

Post by Ebon » Sun 31 Jul 2016, 23:51

shimobaatar wrote: That looks really cool so far! Hopefully you'll share the full thing when it's done. [:D]
Thanks! I will when I'm done, which hopefully won't take too long. [:)]
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Re: Other Creativity

Post by Dezinaa » Tue 02 Aug 2016, 13:39

I made this song using Garageband. It's my first "real" song I've made. It's pretty short.
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Re: Other Creativity

Post by shimobaatar » Tue 02 Aug 2016, 16:57

Dezinaa wrote:I made this song using Garageband. It's my first "real" song I've made. It's pretty short.
I like it!
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Re: Other Creativity

Post by Ebon » Tue 02 Aug 2016, 17:31

Dezinaa wrote:I made this song using Garageband. It's my first "real" song I've made. It's pretty short.
It's nice, I wouldn't have thought that it was your first one. :)
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Post by k1234567890y » Tue 02 Aug 2016, 17:34

Dezinaa wrote:I made this song using Garageband. It's my first "real" song I've made. It's pretty short.
nice (:

you played the instrument yourself and recorded it? or you made the song with computer?

btw,

Image

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Re: Other Creativity

Post by shimobaatar » Tue 02 Aug 2016, 17:47

k1234567890y wrote:
Spoiler:
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made with http://charat.me/avamake.php
Are they specific people/characters or just randomly designed individuals you came up with?
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Post by k1234567890y » Tue 02 Aug 2016, 17:51

shimobaatar wrote:
k1234567890y wrote:
Spoiler:
Image

Image
made with http://charat.me/avamake.php
Are they specific people/characters or just randomly designed individuals you came up with?
actually, they are my original characters, and I tried to create them using that link (:

The girl with a red hair is Anabu Dongge; the girl with a black hair is Meimei(the real name of Meime is Akari Borjigit, and Akari Ayase before being adopted); both of them are human characters of my conworld, and both of them are one of the few human native speakers of Lonmai Luna. Usually, only long-longs become native speakers of Lonmai Luna, however, some humans with more education may try to teach their children to speak Lonmai Luna, as some people tried to teach Latin or Esperanto to their children, that's why Meimie and Anabu-chan become one of the few human native speakers of Lonmai Luna.

Actually, I have drawn both of them before. (:
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Re: Other Creativity

Post by shimobaatar » Tue 02 Aug 2016, 19:18

k1234567890y wrote: actually, they are my original characters, and I tried to create them using that link (:

The girl with a red hair is Anabu Dongge; the girl with a black hair is Meimei(the real name of Meime is Akari Borjigit, and Akari Ayase before being adopted); both of them are human characters of my conworld, and both of them are one of the few human native speakers of Lonmai Luna. Usually, only long-longs become native speakers of Lonmai Luna, however, some humans with more education may try to teach their children to speak Lonmai Luna, as some people tried to teach Latin or Esperanto to their children, that's why Meimie and Anabu-chan become one of the few human native speakers of Lonmai Luna.

Actually, I have drawn both of them before. (:
Interesting! Do you prefer your drawings or the images you've created here?
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Re: Other Creativity

Post by Lambuzhao » Tue 02 Aug 2016, 19:40

shimobaatar wrote:
qwed117 wrote:
Lambuzhao wrote: A goose...or a stork... or a Quetzalcoatlus... dangling from the crown.
Qwedzalcoatlus... A prehistoric conlanging beast that flies.
Lambusaurus is a distant relative
Maybe you'll even find, a shimosaurus
Micamosaurus are some of the largest and most famous of this clade

(TIL that crocodiles, dinosaurs and birds are closer related than snakes and crocodiles)
[xD] But also very interesting links/information!
Ha ha. Yes.


Technically, my Ornithischian avatar/emblem/totem/familiar is a Torosaurus rampant...
http://www.dinopit.com/wp-content/uploa ... saurus.jpg

He he he - Me and Shimo conferring about Grassman's Law as expressed in someone's :ell: :con:. Clearly, Shimo is in the middle of an insightful comment-
http://cache4.asset-cache.net/gc/487068 ... l%2BivSjKs


...but Lambeosaurus is an oldie & a goodie, with snazzy headgear.

https://sauropedia.files.wordpress.com/ ... saurus.jpg

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