> PollockianShapeshifting humanoids that only live for three years. They cannot wear clothes. Their skin looks like a Jackson Pollock painting. Obsessed with getting everything done, and live by the philosophy that the ends always justify the means.> PicassoidThey look like Ena from extinction party. Every single one of them has a split personality, essentially a polarity between two opposing things. Each Picassoid has a subtle ability which corresponds to each> MagritteseThese people look like ordinary human beings, except that they are not affected by gravity. They can walk in the sky, and interact with the physical world in unearthly ways, manipulating physical laws to create strange phenomena that invokes optical illusions.
I wish I knew enough about art to contribute, but this is one of the best thread starters I've seen on here in ages.
>>78136134>MonetteseEach Monettese is composed of what appear to be individual brushstrokes, with their body parts shifting size based on distance on your perception. At sufficiently close ranges, you can notice that it appears to be as if they are made of multiple tiny Monettese.>SchielersSchielers are highly erotic, highly seductive, and highly hedonistic. Often, parts of their skin will instead be filled by a void, leaving nothing but their outline - this makes them extraordinarily sneaky, too. Normally, however, it is mostly opaque, although a few "bits" still show the void behind.
>>78136134The Beksin are deformed, haggard creatures who scramble on all fours or limp their way through existences filled with fear and loathing. Fresh air causes their skin to secrete blood directly from the skin, so they often wrap themselves in bandages to slow this process. They form hives beneath the earth when they gather, packing together as tightly as they can against cave walls and swarming toward things that disturb their breathy hibernation. They have complete immortality, even though paralyzing or lethal injuries might take years to recover from. Even if their bodies are completely destroyed with fire or acid, smoke and other visible gasses will twist into screaming faces in areas around the place they were destroyed.
>>78136134I’m just here because I want to fuck ENA hard enough to make her switch from her male voice to her female voice permanently
>>78136134Can't escape Elves and Dwarfs, man.
>>78136384Why do people want to fuck ENA? I've never gotten this. JoelG does have a ton of fap-bait bangable characters but ENA isn't meant to be one of them.
>>78136414Why do you think that will stop me?
>>78136404I mean, if you wanna do Art Noveau and Art Deco there are way more interesting ways of going about it that Elves and Dwarves.
>>78136134Magritte humans would more like be one of these:>are not present where they seem to be, but are present where they cannot be seen>look like normal humans, but are in fact just images, living in a state of extremified dualism between the perceptible and the real>can only do impossible things, cannot do possible things>look like normal humans, but live an extremely direct and literal existence, unable to interact with the symbol-based thought-patterns of humans
>>78136414rule 33: if it exists, someone will want to fuck it, no questions
>>78136468She's distinctly androgynous Also you are literally describing the girl that I am going to hang out with friday who I'm thinking if I should try to bang or not. she's also sort an irl shortstack
>>78136491ENA is not androgynous, she has the femme triangle, hair, and a skirt
>>78136384>>78136414What/from where even is it? Apart from seeing art of her(?) in a few places (like in OP), all I really know is the maker seems to be a Talking Heads fan.
>>78136544Bunch of videos.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUwJWv38FpYhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Td7CBNu0914https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=juBv2XWnwt8
Seuratites are strange, elemental beings - though they can clad themselves in the guise of men, trained eyes can spot them for what they are: primordial things, embodiments of the material that all life is made up of.
>>78136491>shes distintly androgynousYou're distinctly blind
>>78136424Didn't mean literal elves and dwarfs, more the archetypes. Blocky, functional, to the point vs. elegant, flowery and naturalistic. One looks like leads to an office where a bunch of dudes sit around smoking cigars and negotiating while the other might leads to a secret garden or a spa.
>>78136658That's more because that's what you're used to, I think - art deco is associated with the buildings constructed during 1920s and 1930s America, whereas art nouveau is closely associated with Fin De Siecle France. There is a difference, but it's not any more of the difference between baroque and classical or romantic and modern (art deco is a modernist style of architecture whereas art nouveau is a romantic style of architecture).
>>78136752I'm way more used to art neuveau, since it's quite prevalent around here. A lot of old buildings, including government and office buildings, are built with it. But we're also very nature loving people, so such style is very well suited here. Blocky design had to wait till the 70s pre-fab concrete block housing.
>>78136912Where are you from? You're less right in the "blocky design", it's just a change from Romanticism to Modernism.
>>78136589>you can do literally anything and as long as there's a cute female character in it people will make it go viral, the animation
>>78136185Same. I want to play a game in Artworld.
>>78136986desu what's interesting about the ENA Stuff is the world not the characters.
>>78137006looks completely lolrandumb in the worst kind of way
>>78136954I'm not saying it's blocky as in squares, but blocky as in segmented, partitioned. There's clear pieces, even in curved parts. It's more... industrial, while still being fancy. Less the work of an artist carving it, more a designer who drew it up and sent the specs to the factory.
>>78136531>>78136617and the majority of the time her/his/whatever voice is male, meaning that if you wanna fuck this thing, and you want it to be consensual, high chances are you'll hear male moans
>>78137044That was kinda on purpose, yeah (early Modernism has a fascination with the house as a machine for living), but I'm also referring to stuff like this, which is French in the 1930s.
>>78136593Seuratites, no matter where or how you're looking at them, manage to *always* be in the "background" of your vision.>>78136456Yeah that's right. They operate by interacting with the universe in an extremely alien way. As if their actions, and the sequences of cause and effect are on another plane.
>>78137110You wanna talk Postmodernism, let's talk Postmodernism.>WarhollsWarholls are distinctly recognizable by their elements as simulacra and copy of already existing icons of pop culture, whether famous people or famous inanimate beings, but are easily distinguished by their utterly bizarre and mismatching color schemes. They often refer to themselves in the third person.>YvekleinsYvekleins are often highly monochromatic, being quite literally a single tone, and mostly distinguishable through textures. They are capable of removing elements from space and rewinding in time, as well as adding them back - as such, they are capable of limited scale teleportation and levitation - so long as they can connect the two areas in "space" together.
>>78136134God I wanna devour ENA's butthole. Eat that shit like a tray of hot browneys. Shove my head so far up there, I'd wear her head like an ushanka with her cheeks as earmuffs. My tongue would be so deep down that bootyhole, I'd taste the shit she went through in her midlife crisis.
>>78137280Holy fucking shit. I want to bang the Extinction Party girl so goddamn bad. I can't stand it anymore. Every time I watch the videos I get a massive erection. I've seen literally every rule 34 post there is of her online. My dreams are nothing but constant fucking sex with Ena. I'm sick of waking up every morning with six nuts in my boxers and knowing that those are nuts that should've been busted inside of Isabelle's tight polygonal pussy. I want her to have my mutant human/computer entity babies.Fuck, my fucking mom caught me with the neighbors paper mache sculpture. I'd dressed her in my sister's skirt and went to fucking town. She hasn't said a word to me in 10 hours and I'm worried she's gonna take away my computer. I might not ever get to see Ena again.
>CaravaggistiGrow stronger in the shadows. Clothed almost constantly in darkness, and yet their faces glow with a light said by other races to be angelic.
>>78137029Not really.If you don't recognize the style it's going for that's kinda on you. Especially with the camera movement. >Lolrandom>edgy>Cringe>based
>>78136491Don't. If she's a friend at all related to your /tg/ interests, stay as friends at all costs. Romatic relationships or simply just sexual relationships ruin games and friend groups. Years of good vibes and good company are not worth a few minutes of benis in vagina.
What would Rockwellians and Wyethians be like?
>>78136593>>78137814Based contributing to the thread instead of talking about the image.Not an artfag but I'll tryDalistadores - radicals in every sense of the word, taking extreme sides of arguments and trying to instigate and accelerate situations. Never satisfied. They change form based on emotion and symbolism, to literally become a gavel to smash injustice or the fever needed to burn away infection.Sometimes they transform, in the photoshop sense being stretched, smeared, or otherwise temporarily changed. This can be useful in dodging attacks and slipping through gaps in defenses or harmful in crippling the user's mobility or offensive capabilities.These beings often have simple goals, which they pursue at a leisurely pace.
>>78138587>>78137430just noticed that you forgot to replace isabelle with ena in the fourth sentence
>>78136134>tfw will never go on a nonsensical quest with ill-defined implications through a noneuclidean landscapeI know it's basic, but I really just want ENA to glitch-out and make an excited dial-up noise when I flop my pixelated jallopy on her cheeks.
Escheroids are extremely powerful beings, with nascent reality-bending powers. They often take the form of mannequins, believing that biological processes are a hindrance to their introspective lifestyle. They often lessen the "hardness" of reality in areas they inhabit, allowing for even the most magically untalented individual to do insane feats of sorcery. They usually don't allow this, though.
>>78138616oopsie slime surprise
>>78136134>BoschiansUnnatural locking normal humans that settel themslev in towns and feed of the confusion they cause by extaregatting the natives behaviour to nonsensical degrees, they leave place after having the town turned into a postapocalyptict parody of itself
>>78136134>Alegria https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFb7BOI_QFc>Buck's website proclaims "there's many imitators, but there's only one Alegria" and that is *definitely* true, these other styles might as well belong to the same Alegria family.>The styles they use are almost aggressively happy with their utopian scenes. It's as if, the oddly proportioned people are caressing you from the screen and telling you through forced smiles, "TRUST US".Study shows how all vertebrates are a fetus that has fermented in complexity so that it may become the permanent vessel of reiteration.There're too many reasons for me to avoid denigrating any imitators, though most of you have the right and privilege to mock Reception Demivessel as a very hopeless example. I've identified it as one of the machines of our disgrace, and I think its origins are just as blasphemous as its peers.The demivessel is more like a substance than a living being. Its whole mass is a brain without wisdom, its whole mind is empathy without love. Demivessels are always primed to recognize the forms that a human intelligence responds to, so that it will bud into a new lobe and shape to address them. Every bud holds just enough detail to be recognized as humanoid, as it's too expensive to spawn a fully recognizable human being. The bud's lifespan is also limited by its internal calorie supply. A personality, belief system, opinion, or personal history are all odious burdens on the bud, to be purged and overwritten on reunity with the satisfied central mass.The purpose and survival of demivessels are dependent on the implanted register machine. It controls them by synchronizing their empathy with the owner's central cashier intelligence, tracks their movements, and supplies it with the nutrients it can't digest.Demivessels are notoriously threatened by animals. Smart ones are too scared of the receptor for it to synchronize with, and it attempts to satisfy dumber ones by submitting itself to be eaten.
>>78136134>MichelangelsThey live in a utopia, a wondrous city of fine marble ruled by a sect of religious philosopher-kings. Their stone-cold skin and monotone eyes shine alabaster, and outwardly, the entire people seems xenophobic and insular. Those invited to into their lives realize the truth: they're all just incredibly autistic.
>>78140005Their babies are also hella ugly lmao
>>78136134>RockwellsA stoic, hardworking people committed to truth, justice, and democracy. A lawful good society which seeks to spread their values of freedom to the wider world.
What kind of abominations will the CalArtsians be?
>>78140605It isn't very well defined. The only things that bring them together are "beanmouth" and the inclination towards rounded, flat shapes. There are multiple different styles that have been considered the "tumblr style"
>>78140038And their women are next level beefy
>>78137029Just watch it you insufferable faggot
> CassandreansThese folk are very concerned with the balance of beauty and efficiency. Their thought patterns reduce everything to a set of simplistic shapes, with colours layered on top of them to look more elaborate than they really are. This philosophy extends to every aspect of Cassandrean life.Their progress in science and engineering is unparalleled, and they will not hesitate to flaunt it at every given opportunity. Their intellect, mathematical prowess, and precision is matched by their immense pride. The public transport in their homeland, as well as their machines, are unimaginably sophisticated and elegant.
The fearsome Frazettans are a mighty warrior race of statuesque men and voluptuous women. They are given to bouts of tremendous emotion, and are adept in the slaying of monsters and men. Despite inhabiting inhospitable climates, their physiques are always extremely muscular, which makes them a target for many predatory animals. A similar thing holds true with the women. Because of this they are incredible hand to hand fighters. They are immensely proud of their strength, and display it by wearing as little clothes as possible. No matter how cold it is, they exude enough body heat through force of will alone that they do not have to wear anything to insulate them.
>>78136986His older characters looked like thishttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kC0uFrQr7z8Didn't go nearly as viral as Ena despite being conventionally waifuable
>>78140605Weak, fragile, cowardly, never fight fair. So basically goblins or skaven but worse
>>78137029If I had to desribe it, the asthetic is like you were dropped into the middle of a DOS game without the manual or any context
>>78136345>MonetteseThey dump CON
What would cave paintings be?
>>78143045Which is why nostalgia always sells
>>78143084Well, political biases aside, they'd generally be engaged in all sorts of urban coastal activities, and speak in a very snarky manner, while talking a lot about interpersonal relationships.
>>78136658>art deco>functional, to the pointbro, do you even art deco?
>>78143278They also wouldn't travel well, and come off as extremely annoying to anyone outside of their group. They're also prone to dying suddenly at young ages
>>78143223Easy. Primal savages engaged in little more than fighting and fucking. Their powers all draw from the human id, and worship an animistic religion that allows them to call down nature spirits.
>>78143338They'd basically be the opposite of the Rockwells, but the CalArtisians would be grudgingly tolerated as peaceful, given how anodyne the style is.
>>78143376Tolerated is somewhat of a strong word but yeah. No one would like them, but they're mostly content to wallow in their coastal ghettos, where they don't actually do anything productive
So what would the Neo-plasticists/ Mondrianians be like? Presumably some sort of eldritch, mathematical entity that are rarely if ever encountered
>>78136374Well that's horrifying to think about
>>78143459What else did you expect, it's Beksinski
yeah i'll bump one more time before I go sleep
>>78143093This. It's nostalgia for something that vaguely did and did not happen. You can see the Zelda CDI, Build Engine and similar style games in the videos.
>>78143310>Art Deco influenced the design of buildings, furniture, jewelry, fashion, cars, movie theatres, trains, ocean liners, and everyday objects such as radios and vacuum cleaners. It took its name, short for Arts Décoratifs, from the Exposition internationale des arts décoratifs et industriels modernes (International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts) held in Paris in 1925. It combined modern styles with fine craftsmanship and rich materials. During its heyday, Art Deco represented luxury, glamour, exuberance, and faith in social and technological progress.Industrial design, technological progress, everyday objects. And, of course, my comparison was entirely in the context of comparing it to art nouveau, which has dynamism, movement, asymmetry and used more in decorative elements and architecture.
>>78143093>If I had to desribe it, the asthetic is like you were dropped into the middle of a DOS game without the manual or any contextI have played many DOS games without the manual or context in my childhood before you were born and none of them were unintelligible lolrandom sequences like this one. Yes I can see the vaporwave shit, I don't like the content.
>tfw no academic Orientalist GF.I'm tired of all these post modern girls with their primary colors and geometric shapes.
Pixel art best art
>>78137029it's surrealism, anon
>>78146351it's poor quality surrealism
This is a beautiful thread and I am thankful for it.
>InkblotsA nuisance to most races at best and a genuine threat at worst, these fickle and mischievous spectral entities are believed to be manifestations of whimsy and childish instinct. Inkblots often manifest in places of repressed emotion, spontaneously emerging from an inky blackness heralded by a jaunty tune wherever they go. Inkblots take the form of animals, men, monsters and beings of all shapes and sizes, though they tend to reflect the appearance of the beings who incidentally spawned them. Of course, this means little - Inkblots can freely morph into whatever shape that pleases them, stretching their limbs like rubber, briefly taking on the appearance of an object, completely ignoring pain or physical damage, etc. Though incapable of proper speech beyond the occasional comical yowl or scream, they communicate through music and action, though their true intentions can almost never be divined.The only certainty is that seem to be empowered by the emotion of whimsy - in particular, laughter. If you encounter one, try not to interrupt its "performance" - or hope that it doesn't use you as a prop for its next joke.
Got attacked by a gang of Caravaggios on my way here. Those fuckers are crazy violent. Was able to barely escape with my head.
Bacons are terrible creatures. Violent and screaming monsters. Some vaguely humanoid and others disgusting sacks of flesh. They reside in the darkest reaches of Earth were they should stay for good.
>>78148273you can defeat them by having two distinct light sources in the scene
>>78148389i know its appropriate but im having trouble thinking something called "Bacons" are terrifying
>The BlakiteBlakites are stocky and dwarflike, they are solitary and hyperindividualistic. Blakite's are great sorcerers and poets and are all deeply devoted to a personal relationship with their gods known as The Zoa.
>LichtensKnown among themselves as "Pops," they are an eccentric and urbane folk who live in a sprawling metropolis that stands as a shrine to their daring, almost hedonistic society. Only thing that matters to a Pop is chasing the newest trend, keeping up with the latest style. They think fast and talk fast, and are somewhat difficult to be around because of it, but they have a tendency to find a solution or meaning in places that other folk wouldn't even think to look.
You know what system could run with most of these concepts?Toon.
>>78136589Why do I have a feeling this is what it's like to watch Angela Anaconda while on acid?
Goddamnit, this is the best thread I've seen in ages.
>>78136134>magrittesehello, good taste department?
Lithe and airy folks, the Klimts exude a certain grandness and aloofness. Many marvel at their gold-clad halls and clothing, Others get paranoid that they are being overly scrutinized, as if by hundreds of eyes staring at them.
>>78143223>>78143339The Rithmatist had living cave drawings. Actually Rithmatical creations in general could be used as >thread topic but for picture book illustrations in general instead of a particular style.>Living gifts, born of the human imagination, animated to inspire the future and protect us from the chaos of the world.I don't think it's by accident.
>>78136658>>78136752>>78143310>>78144802Dwarves are Brutalists, obviously.
>Caravaggians Beings made of pure suffering. They're basically the manifestations of earthly atonement for sin. Their culture is deeply religious, but doesn't believe in the concept of immaculate sainthood and instead believe that increasing the pain and misery of life will grant them salvation. Martyrs by nature, they often force others to live through the same trials of faith. >Goyans Composed of what it seems like shadowy strokes, mostly humanoid figures that bring darkness where they go. While they are perceived as violent and cruel, their inner circles house fantastic covens that commune with nature. Pagans and rebels, their bloodshed (either of their kind or their enemies) is always a sign of protest. >Boschians No boschian is equal in shape to any of his kind. Each one of them, even the most humanoid ones, is in many ways a demon. Driven by passion, the most liberal of the boschians rebel in interdimensional orgies of pleasure and punishment that alter reality itself. Meanwhile, the pious boschians seek enlightenment and sainthood through public displays of martyrdom that often affect the sanity of the public. >Children of Blake The Children of Blake aren't a single race. Instead, they're a multitude of highly spiritual beings. Some resemble humans while others have strange features like wings, tails and horns. They're all natural sorcerers, born with the gift of prophecy. The higher they are in their hierarchy the more accurate their prophecies are. The highest beings among the Children of Blake are often regarded as gods. While usually single-minded, they're still powerful enough to create miniature universes. They're very liberty minded philosophers and despise authority.
>>78136134not entirely related to the thread, but I'll post this picture every time I get the chance
>>78151647Why? It's not a very good image.
>>78149903It's an honour. Thank you all for posting here.
>>78149903Has somebody archived this greatness to sup/tg/?
>>78153285well... all the different artistic styles personified, even as high-schoolers in the typical anime...I always found it quite cutedon't judge me
>>78154407My problem with it is that it looks 95% generic anime 5% actual art style
>>78154564it's probably the point
>>78154564It's anodyne. So many styles attempting to be anime these days all look flat and lifeless, ninety percent style and ten percent substance. The most boring parts of shonen and shoujou mashed together. Nineties anime styles are is where it's at.
>>78153376>ArakeseWhat would they be like?
>>78155194An abysmally low hanging fruit.
>>78155194Gradually lowering in testosterone while gradually increasing in style with each passing generation.
>>78154564>>78154775Okwhat about the anime clans, lithe physique and large eyes. They usually wear bright colored hair styles and distinctly elaborate clothes. They garments do not interfere with their high agility and combat skills. They like tentacles
>BloomhymansDevoutly religious, aggressively colorful and highly grotesque, Bloomhymans hide moving carcasses underneath their long and colorful robes, as well as carrying with them a great melancholy in spite of their strikingly colorful visuals.>>78149903The mix of actual knowledge required, creative drive to take a painter's style and turn it into a race, and willingness to share it means that this thread prompts itself to a better style of /tg/ - shitposting is kept to a minimum.
>>78149708What’s the campaign? We need plothooks, people.
>>78154407Renaissance David-kun does it far better.
I've ruminated on a race that represents modern furry for a long time.Hedonistic to the core, these humanoids express a random conglomeration of animal traits, such as muzzles, wings, antlers, and teeth. Their societies are madly consumerist and polluted, which has greatly influenced their evolution. The preservatives, sugar substitutes, and pesticides that fill their food are processed by their supercharged livers into unnaturally colorful pigmentation. Some outcasts will surgically disable this trait, as a false or true symbol of their rejection of their normal culture. This is represented as their pigment character statistic, which is a bonus to comeliness (or equivalent stat) by 1 point with regards to aristocrats, party animals, and deviants, and is a malus to the same degree when interacting with the upright and devout..
>>78154407I just have to say that I really, really hate the current anime style. It was already bad enough in the early 2000's, and now it's at its' absolute worst. It's all the same and it's all bad and I hate it and even the """""""""""""good""""""""""""" stuff annoys me.
>>78155833>>78155833That's a very reductionist statement, and it sounds like a boomer who's only seen anime through a Chris Hart how to draw manga book. Let me have a go:These inland clans are far, far more diverse. The ones on the coast all look the same, following the Moe Homogenization, which led to the Death of Verisimilitude. Those who live on the coast are plasticky, doll like, and are not affected by light. Their behavior is a pale imitation of those who lived before them, which is an imitation of those who lived yet before. Each generation strays further and further from mankind and nature alike, closer to an unattainable, unearthly ideal. And at the same time, they have become less extreme and expressive than their predecessors. Their hair is slowly losing their buoyancy and vivacity, and their faces deprived of their once famed plasticity.This cultural inbreeding is due to their isolationism and stubborn refusal to experiment with foreign ideas. And at the same time, their famed symbolism has given way to dreary materialism.Several eastern clans unaffected by the Moe Homogenization still exist. There is the deeply passionate Miyazaki Clan, which possesses a very strong connection to nature. And there is the livid and primal Nagai Clan.
>>78159731No fucking kidding. It's lifeless, smooth and glossy. It's inexpressive, androgynous, anodyne and half assed. It's a pale imitation of what we had before, with less and less genuine emotion and verisimilitude with each passing year.Anime is becoming like this is because the people who learn how to draw and write anime only take inspiration from other anime while ignoring any other kind of influences. This leads to cultural inbreeding and stagnation.You can see this in the shows where every last character has the same silhouette. Even though it's a game, Genshin Impact is a good example. Elaborate and distinct clothes, yet every character looks the same thanks to the silhouette.
>>78159731how do you feel about Megalo Box
>>78160181Still sterile digital, still derivative. It's different from the seasonal rainbow iris isekai puke, but it still looks bad. Whatever interesting or quality art-styles mangos have, they get lost in the industrial assembly-line japanese animation studios use. Sorry. The last post-Azumanga Daioh anime I liked was Mushishi.
>>78148273>RotariiA subset of the Caravagos the Rotarii are a less hostile group of people. They are usually sighted lounging in either isolated or long abandoned areas. Talking with them puts most into sleeping a trance to what seems like hours. Upon waking up little time has actually passed and the rotarii gone.
>>78160531forgot the image fuck
>>78160388I feel half-tempted to point out Sangatsu no Lion, which has some extraordinarily creative use of animation and might be right up your alley.
>>78160388Then you should check this out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7aD-_3aeVCQ
>>78159799I love Genshin Impact but everywhere I go, I see people praising the character designs like they're masterpieces in design. I think they're ass, and the weakest part of the game as a whole- even weaker than the awful gacha systems and literal pay to win nature. I genuinely don't know how people can look at those cluttered, busy, uncoordinated characters and see them as not only good designs, but characters worth spending hundreds, even thousands of dollars on. Every character is laden with more doodads and bojangles than a Kingdom Hearts character has belts. I've seen insane TF2 loadouts that were more cohesive designs in term of theme and recognizability than ANY Genshin character. Heck, I've seen Bionicle MOCs made by literal children that had a more solid connection between character and design than some Genshins.I've had this discussion with a few other fans, and despite my arguments they just look at me like I'm insane. "What do you mean they're bad designs, Venti is like link a twink in tights, Klee is a fire loli, etc, etc."Maybe I'm just too autistic or used to settings with good designs but I don't get it.
>>78154564I can excuse most of it if it weren't for representing surrealism as a generic Mad Hatter figure.
>>78161032If all the designs weren't all so god damn fucking form fitting, they could have at least had a marginal chance at making distinctive silhouettes. You can have a whole cast with outfits loaded with random shit and still look unique.
>>78161346I know! Touhou is one of my favorite franchises and despite ZUN's lack of art skill, the man's a master of design. I will admit though, Hu Tao and Yanfei [Feiyan?] remind me of Touhous in a good way, and I think Genshin's designers could learn a lot from Touhou designs.
Vogons were kinda based on old political cartoons.
>>78136134> EikonChristian Icons brought to life by intense devotion. Shine with holy aura and the precious metals used in their construction, although are flat and unexpressive. Eikon can't help but inspire those around them, regardless if they want to or not, although this gives them abkve average magical affinity.
>>78136752Orcs are brutalistsDwarves still put a lot of design into their work, and are always known for being master craftsmen
>>78162372This is definitely the case. Tolkenian orcs are a direct attack on the aspects of modernity which brutalism embody.
>>78137084You going to tell me Dr. Girlfriend is androgynous to now?
>>78161873The Horseyans are a people who do not understand the concept of moderation. They are either in a state of opinionated rage, or reasonable calm. There is no in between. The greater their emotion, the more their bodies deform.
>>78160388you are objectively wrong and are just an annoying hipsterthere's plenty of bad anime (most of it, really) and there's plenty of anime that looks wayyy to similar, but there is a bunch of unique stuff out there too
>>78136134I know >>78139797 already posted something for Alegria but I don’t much like the cosmic horror hivemind deal behind it. Just have them be a normal artstyle fantasy race like everyone else.Alegrians are slave people created from the incestuous degeneration of captured Cassandreans. Inheriting much of their forebearers’s mindset and talents, though in a more flowery capacity. Gone is the rigidity and instead their bodies weave and swirl. Alegrians are usually pacified with baubles and happy thoughts. They’ll mingle about the estates of their masters to perform menial non-physical labours, things like reading folk’s messenger birds, inciting mobs against dissidents and even some creative works on the side. Alegrians are normally kept docile by having an immediatly comfortable situation and may further be used as the faces or figureheads for large powers trying to mask themselves behind the infantile unoffensive disarming positivity of their kind.
>FukumotoidThis race is identified by their exaggerated facial features, which range from completely round to sharp as a knife.They are willing to go through great lengths to achieve their ambitions, whether moral or immoral.Some may perceive them as selfish and cruel, and while that is certainly true to an extend, there are still capable of extraordinary acts of selflessness and empathy.They are known to be great at finances, gambling and labor.
Otto Gruenwald conceived of sentient futurist paintings as transhuman minions inside his Stardust fanfiction.
>>78164566I like it. I see they're to the cassandreans in artworld what the orcs are to the elves in LOTR
>>78143278I am baffled how anyone thinks gumball is not identical to the other one.
>>78136134>Races Based on Art Styles get on my lvl
>>78163873I haven't seen it so I don't care. If almost everything looks bad, it's not my fault that I don't dig through the garbage to find something good. Maybe you should prop up the good instead of wholesale ingesting the bad constantly.
ok I'll play as an allegorical asstrumpet centaur
>>78168470>Get in the box, mortal. We're running things now
Does every race have members who break the 4th wall?
>The Cabaneli (or, the Academics)A dying race, once great practitioners of magic, now decadent and interested only in debauchery and hedonism. Obsessed with their past even as they push the limits of technological and magical research, refining their bodies for purely aesthetic purposes. A literal magical realm.
>>78149903It really is. Bless you all.
>>78169342>When the modern races try to imitate the once great civilizations.
>The ErnstaniAs the story goes, they were cursed by the gods for their participation in a great and monstrous war. Now a mutant race, each one different, but each one the stuff of nightmares. Ironically, the aftermath of the war has set them inward, and the few mages and scholars who deal with them report them to be intensely pacifist and philosophical.
>>78169380>Bless you allsorry for derailing the thread earlier when I posted >>78151647
>>78169342I've never met a more decadent people than the Rocci. Even the Cabaneli were learned and made a pretense for their customs having historical and religious importance. When the Rocci aren't lounging around all day they are openly seeking pleasures for pleasure sake. They can easily be spotted by the pastel colors they wear (if they are wearing anything that is).
The Greeks are a dramatic and expressive people, even if they look a bit, off.
>>78136134>mosaicsessentially rock people. theoretically immortal as long as they can maintain themselves, slow moving, but notably more resistant to damage than people.
This thread is great and that bums me out because I know some shit youtuber is gonna comb this thread and use it as free content. On that note get fucked Neckbeardia. I'm tired of seeing your fuckin videos in my recommended. The fact that you buy the raw files for minis and sell them like the other 80 people on Etsy doesn't make you cool. Do anything original ever. Bonus round: fuck you XP to Level 3. I just think your a fat chud who isn't funny.
>>78171431I hear ya, but in a way it comforts me to know that most of the best gaming content is created by anonymous losers on /tg/ - it just proves what a fucking lie all of the reposters on Reddit or YouTube are living.No gods, no content creators.
>>78171431>I'm tired of seeing your fuckin videos in my recommended.
>>78171872Anyways, pic related is from Jenny Saville, one of the few major figures in contemporary British art who's working in traditional media rather than bullshit concept art.The Savilli, almost to the last, are affected by a parasite that deforms and discolors their bodies. In response, the various tribes have taken to covering themselves in paints and pigments - sometimes the color of human flesh, other times more vibrant colors. As a result, the species has become famous for its appearance - sometimes hauntingly beautiful at first glance, sometimes just haunting.
Stay away from the van Minnens lad. Some say if they touch you, you start to become one of them.
>>78169009The undead are a scourge to all life, but also know how to have a good time, have a good sense of humor, have existential breakdowns, and kibitz with the boys.
I know that this isn't really its own art style, I'm just going to name them Montezumiñas because I'm uncreative. Montezumiñas live in monolithic ziggurats that stretch to the sky. They are always looking for conflict, to satisfy their bloodthirsty gods. They ride into war on flying serpents and giant leopards, and their army is definitely a force to be reckoned with.
>>78151061No, Dwarves like to decorate stuff as much as elves do but in a different way
This thread has been such a wonderful exercise in the central arts(heh) of lore exercises that I must hereby insist that we are to start at once with converting this idea into a new /tg/ worldbuilding project. >>78136134>Scribblies Jerking like corpses poked by broken sticks the small pack of autisticly shaking things comesnapping and wretching this way and that like so many jagged black sticks fused together at the seams. The Scribbles were and still are the first attempts made by higher power to bring about their own life into the world. It is not hard to see why it was not. But their forms didn’t have enough complexity look like anything, so they ended up like geometric basics except they fail at even being that. They don’t look like creepy primal cthuloid entities, they're black twigs who behave it as worthlessly as they appear. Pathetic, failed beings with defined by monotonal extreme moods that range from smiling docility to perpetual aggression. Just a string of noodles who Chatter gibberish and wander around from one experience to the next. Can’t drown. Can’t breathe. Sometimes they can't even die as what is there to even kill?.The scribblies are too stupid and deranged to be really a threat to anything.of the control.
>>78171872I had never expected this thread to blow up the way it did. Usually these kinds of setting prompt threads get shouted down by self proclaimed arbiters of normality, saddening soulless shiteaters who erupt in painful herrmohoids when they see people creating things. Or passive bumpfags who meepinglty ask asinine questions, as if the thread is some kind of copyrighted IP, and don't get the concept of "collaboration" at all because the last time these bugmen did anything with someone else in their lives was in primary school.
>>78136134>DadaBeware their collaged forms, each and every one of them an absurd frankenstein's monster of newspaper clippings, household objects and mundane phrases repeated ad nauseam. But it is not their forms that raises alarm - it is their single-minded zeal to reduce the other races into meaninglessness. As they say, the pants of the vicar are closing. Rataplan, rataplan.
>>78177972>I must hereby insist that we are to start at once with converting this idea into a new /tg/ worldbuilding project.Seconded, but it might need its own system.
>>78168719what the fuck is this person talking abouthe just responded to a post pointing out that YES, anime is mostly trash by saying "Maybe you shouldn't watch so much anime then, weeb!"I mean? There was no indication that previous poster watched very much anime at all?? In fact the little evidence we have would probably point to the opposite??? Man 4channel is really a trip, people out here just immediately posting whatever shit comes to their mind without a second thought
>>78180929So Bumpfaggot has finally arrived.
>>78180929You can kinda run away with it using Toon, I think.
I like that ENA moves around like an SMT game.
>>78136134Is dos game Sprite art an artstyle?Is Voxel or Low poly 3d an artstyle?
>>78171431Based. Neckbeardia Delenda Est.
>>78183776Bumpfag delenda est. It saddens me to see one so accustomed to slavishily capitulating to authority that they do so in places where there is none.
Interestingly, I've kind of used this idea before. The Fey/elves in my World of Darkness campaign are literally a race of Patrick Nagel people, because I thought the aesthetic fit perfectly. Incredibly beautiful, in the way that a knife is beautiful. Cat eyes and dagger smiles. An air of imperious superiority. Cold and stone-like to the touch. Immortal and lifeless. In every dream home, a heartache.
Sticks live in the forest.
The Descended live through time in a completely different manner than most. A point of time for us contains a slice of time for them, so we see more than just their present, at once.Many think of them as coming from a higher dimension, having descended into ours, hence their name.
>>78183089I think that's by design.
A good thread? On MY /tg/??
Readymades can be indistinguishable from random normal objects, but if you enter their realm, things become increasingly bizarre. Some even resemble caricatures of other art-races.A big slur against readymades is comparing them to mimics
>>78183089>>78191799can you give an example from SMT?
Gigers are a race of golems with a disturbingly organic appearance, leading to most other races to fear and despise them.They are notable for having three distinct life stages:Stage one is when they are most humanoid (usually taking a female form for unknown reasons) and intelligent, though they are largely emotionless. After some years their humanoid features will be overtaken by their mechanical features and their intelligence will deteriorate to that of animal, and they are likely to attack non-Gigers on sight. Finally, after a point they grow big enough to completely lose sentience. Gigers in this stage are usually kept around to birth more of the race and serve as shelter.
>>78194383Obvious alternative: literally just Alien
>>78196084That's basically the second stage, but Giger was more than just Alien.
>>78198214Interesting, but I'm not 100% sure I know what you mean. Are you referring to the way the SMT demons sort of ungulate to kinda "fake" animation? Interesting
>>78198814I meant the way you move around in first person.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4DoPPcHieM
>>78198886ahhh I see
>>78136134>Bierstadtiansbarely considered sapientexist on a completely different timescale to the other intelligent specieslike a glacier: slow, but implacable
>>78199413Hell yea, my man
>>78199564I think luminism is best argument against the idea that "art should just depict the thing, and the more accurately it depicts the thing the better the art is"The work of the Hudson River Valley School and related reproduces actual landscapes, but with light and clouds arranged in a way that you could never really see IRL, but that evoke the idea of, say, the sun breaking through the clouds the way they really do.There is merit beyond just "dry reproduction of a thing I saw" is what I mean. I have a lot of feelings about luminist paintings. Bierstadt was easily the best tho
>>78200008> Hedonistic to the core, these humanoids express a random conglomeration of animal traits, such as muzzles, wings, antlers, and teeth.> Their societies are madly consumerist and polluted, which has greatly influenced their evolution.> The preservatives, sugar substitutes, and pesticides that fill their food are processed by their supercharged livers into unnaturally colorful pigmentation.
>>78143045>>78143236I agree. HANDS UP is very nice and cute and had some really weird extinction party levels of weird shit but it cannot beat ps1-era nostalgia right now. Make it look like king's field and itll do gangbusters. It also dosent help that the music in ENA is miles better and more unique.
>>78164929They also have a very low ratio of males to females and those that can be found are not seen as very pleasing to the eye of other races though it dosent seem to hinder their population much,
>>78151061The only race to become brutalists would be humanity.
>>78200008This image makes me want to commit murder/suicide
>>78143045I kinda low-key loved Weird Night, that's how I discovered him. When people starting posting ENA around I hadn't seen it yet so I was intrigued (but not surprised) to find that it was the same guy
>>78201586rather low barare you some baby new to the internet, or what?you are like a babe, mewling, fresh from the womb, naively unawares of the cancer that shall grace your eyes should you continue on this path
>>78201586>>78200008I am startled you can feel anything from such a mild display.Not even my dick vibrated, which is saying something after so many years here.
>>78202268oh, I meant for this to go to >>78200063too.Though I'm weirded out someone else had the same thought.
>>78200677I say it's because tomboys are in these seasons.>>78201586You can pretend that they're actually anthropomorphic horses if it makes you feel better.
>>78143045Really? I remember my friend really liking this green girl.
>>78136185Post modern artists and "artists."
>>78136404You can. Don't be imaginatively lazy.
>>78137110Post-modernism is for demons.
>>78140605Talk about emotions but be virtually sociopathic; talk about education but will tell science it's wrong to disagree; will act like the 'bad guy' but will call themselves the anti-'bad guy'; will commit gaslighting and gatekeeping and accuse you of what they're doing.
>>78146204>Cleopatra>not natural redheadI swear people can't read genetics.
>>78164566Didn't /pol/ try to "steal" this art style?
>>78171431You know what slurs to use, so why don't you?
>>78140379https://goddamnshinyrock.tumblr.com/post/161883217020/someone-in-the-notes-of-the-last-leyendecker-postLeyendeckers are similar to the Rockwells, but more "perfect". They seem more like platonic ideals than the Rockwells, meaning that their flaws are smoothed over and their strengths are clearer, but also meaning that they seem less like real people
The Tagg are a highly territorial tribal society. They are drawn to hierarchies and displays of power, which has made them vulnerable to exploitation by sources of external pressure.They are a superstitious people and rely on honor and tradition rather than cold rationality.
>>78199385Always appear to be working, dedicated to a singular objective, and tackling it at multiple angles all at the same time? Experts at multitasking with extra limbs, but lacking in a solid coherency and thus weaker to physical attacks or being bombarded with a ton of different objects at once?
>>78136414Her design is gold, that's why.>>78136589Huh, I'd been wondering where she was from.
>>78136134Would Flash animation be it's own race or culture?
>>78215437Mediums aren't styles.
THE FUTURISTS - a race that seems to be "unstuck" from time. Body parts moving faster than they should, the past, present, and future of a Futurist combine into a frenzy of tumultuous movements that causes vertigo in any onlookers.
>>78216156Does that mean vase and cave paintings are not styles?
>>78161032>>78161346>>78159799I can't help but think it's intentional, so the less interesting characters who are weaker in game sell worse than the mechanically powerful characters who will no doubt look better in the future.But I'm going full conspiracy nut here. It's not like Riot Games, or Blizzard, haven't done the ole "let's delay this live service character nerf to be one week after their hot new dragon armor skin to prevent a drop in sales."
>>78136414I dont want to just fuck ENA, I want to marry ENA. I only came to this thread for her. I've never even been a waifu fag, I have no idea why I'm like her so much.
>>78210237>Guy on the left: "You better not be two kids under that starry raincoat"
>>78216582They hold enough visual distinction to be percieved as one.Meanwhile flash is anything from glorified cutout animation to weird flat people into professionally made shounen fights.
>>78217582I'm sure someone could paint a Rembrandt on a cave wall.
>>78217639>this is what anthroapologists actually believe
>>78217765What stops them? Plenty of artists have painted on stone and concrete walls, how is a cave wall different?
>>78216582Vase and cave are mediums, vase and cave paintings of certain styles are art styles.
>>78220333But the style was informed by the medium. You can spend a lot of effort to make a hand drawn animation that mimics flash animation and you can use flash to make a wholly different looking animation, but anyone who has seen some early flash animations recognizes the style, which was informed by the medium.
I've compiled all the races here.https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UQ3aOHR7S1ZnK112YIWHYp7uv49MEBiq3WjFaqAEa2k/edit?usp=sharingThank you all so fucking much.
>>78221021As of this post, there are a whopping 49 races.
>>78220333>>78220492A different approach: when someone says "this looks like a cave painting", you likely already have a mental image whereas "this looks like a flash animation" could land you anywhere on a spectrum. Because Flash had so much diversity I would answer >>78215437 with a different analogy: perhaps it's a multicultural ecosystem, a world, or an era.Perhaps the flashworlders are ambitious boundary-pushers, explorers, and storytellers introduced by circumstance to a virgin world rich with resources. They are obsessive about understanding and preserving their own histories and evangelizing them to others. Securing a permanent spot in their cultural narrative is more important to them than any material conquest, and factions compete via creation rather than destruction.
>>78221061You could group them into different schools and have some be variants of the same species.
>>78221077I imagine flash would go move under animation styles, rather than drawn art styles.>inb4 the world is divided into different schools of thought on the nature of reality>some favour nature in the form of wood prints and cave paintings>most are traditional oil on canvas and paper>others in favour of industrial designs, even early animations>radical futurists see the world only through machines in CGI and vector graphics
>>78221077They're like the Inkblots, but more violent, foul mouthed, and juvenile. They're technologically advanced, very creative, also don't take themselves seriously at all.
>>78221170But of course, I think there should be a massive city inhabited by a lot of the "normal" looking races called the City of Harmony. Nobody is indigenous to it, but the majority of the population consists of Rockwells, Lichtens and Cassandreans.The Rockwells come from the idyllic Rockwell Mountains and the surrounding country, which is a pleasant simulacra of fifties suburbia. Their men are manly, and their women are womanly. They're walking conservative ideals, with no strings attached.Cassandreans are extremely urban people. They live in big ass buildings, preferably located next to some enormous work of engineering. Trainwatching is a very common hobby among them.Lichtens come from a vast and decadent city state that has long since collapsed under the weight of their own hedonism. They continue their epicurean ways in the City of Harmony, and are well known in the fields of fashion and entertainment.
>>78221333I have been counting down the seconds until someone says that
>>78221172How about being an evolutionary relative of them >>78147441 ? Maybe the two races are biologically very close and share a common ancestor, but they diverged culturally long ago due to different environmental circumstances. It's easier for cartoons to come into existence in 2005 than in 1935 because of resource availability in our universe.And a reunion, even a reckoning, is long overdue.>>78221170This division could even be literal, if these schools of thought influence the rules of reality in each of the races' homeworlds.>>78221245This would be a great starting location for new players.
>>78221077Chappies are paradoxically laid back, their ambitions escalate too easily for their petty nature. They are some of the most open books around, but the formatting of those metaphorical books is all messed up.Each Chappy is a little exempt from typical physics in their own way, but they all have some universal characteristics. What you see of a chappy is the ontological "skin" over the living being. Chappies can slide new appearances on to imitate other races, but will always look like a flash toon, and particularly a chappy, and especially themselves. Chappy infrastructure is also not quite right. Only the necessary traits of their buildings might exist, having a location without having an outside, and yet the internal space is accessed without hindrance. Many of a building's internal workings are completely imperceptible, while still existing for all intents and purposes.https://archiveofourown.org/works/15085121
>>78221021your work pleases the daughters of Apollo
>>78217151This is for you.
>>78221021We can group the races by movement chunks:>Post-Modern artists that represent the artists after WW2. Very abstract. Can be Pollock and graffiti art.>Modernists: Represent a vaguely abstract humanoid, and can range from "blurry" impressonist to cubistic-shaped Picassos>Academics: Height of realism, larger-than-life presentation / culture / etc. The classical >Barroques: Realistic and emotional races.>etc.Or they could be broken down even finer: Cubist, Impressionist, Art Nouveau, etc.I'd also like propose that locations / settings can also be based on artists. For example A Rothko Color Field is empty yet imposing. The Cezane is a land in flux that recedes and comes forward at a whim.
>>78136404Here's a take.>ArdecksAmong the beauty-seeking and opulent Nouveans, a movement that aimed for the reduction of excess had begun. One splay of the movement, having been driven by of particularly ambitious entrepreneurs, soon developed an affinity towards straightforwardness and organization, and its members modified themselves with high magics to represent their new ideology.Their ornate baubles and floral graces were replaced by molded metal and sculpted wood, within and without. Their thoughts were made clear, expressed by elegant yet regular vocabulary. They were no longer focused on traditional ways of craftsmanship, but on the creation of autonomous machines that would build and maintain great installations, spires of geometric symmetries that glimmered with light from within when night fell. When the first spire was built, the metamorphosed named themselves Ardecks, and became like kings in their cloud-piercing palaces, commanding a legion of mechanical servants.
>>78178967Hey man, you left your name on from another thread I think. Just a friendly reminder!
>>78136345 >>78136134 >>78136374 >>78136456 >>78137238 >>78137814>>78138438 >>78138924 >>78139417>>78140005 >>78140379>>78142346 >>78147441>>78148389 >>78148928>>78149110 >>78151413The best thread on /tg/ right now.
>>78136404Art Deco is exclusively for humans you giant faggot
>>78228171All art forms are for human, anon.
>>78136134I like it
>>78228284Correct and implying that some filthy midget race could ever dream of a style dedicated to celebrating all that humanity has achieved is disgusting, fat bearded little fucks
>>78138050but what if they never break up and stay a happy couple for the rest of their lives, and don't let their relationship intrude upon the game via favoritism because they keep their characters at arms length?
>>78228949Don't be silly, that anon wouldn't have been posting on /tg/ if either he or his friend were that well-adjusted.
Don't die on my now!
Anyone put this on sup/tg/ yet?
>>78235466There are other archival websites.
>>78235466It's pretty easy. Go do it yoruself.
>>78196084The unused concepts where the alien would've eventually became civilized?https://alienseries.wordpress.com/2012/12/02/the-derelictpyramidsilo/
>>78225942The fact that you care is why I'll be keeping it, thanks!
>>78237747That was unecessarily passive aggressive.
>>78237949What do you expect from namefags? It's a good thing filters exist.
>KagoshinA race of defective celestial being who are incapable of processing material reality to a cellular level, therefore making their bodies randomly mutate and get mutilated by the continue rejection. Their minds are in a state of constant stress due of the pain of their flesh, and sometimes reality itself looks distorted near their presence because of the very nature of their being. They're very rare and live in complete isolation, almost in an ascetic way, praticing ancient tecniques and philosophies about the mind and it's power over the body.
>SeuratiansFrom far away they look like normal humanoids but at close inspection you will notice that they are actually man-shaped hives of small insect-like creatures, each with the ability to change color. The hives are quasi independent with the Seuratians living long lives as individuals, but amongst each other, it's not uncommon for the members of the hives to merge with one another into more and more complex megahives and with those hives trading members with one another depending on the needs of each Seuratian hive.As beings made out of multiple consciousness, they tend to me extreme logic-driven people, with the hive coming together to decide every single action in lightning fast synapses. One could even argue that every action they take are "taken by committee" and so they tend to be seen as unambitious people. For them however their true ambition is the ability to live a long life as an individual. Where others crave for the moment, Seuratians place high value on the stillness of normal quiet life. For many Seuratians, the obsession of the perfect daily routine make them hard to truly connect with other races.They also have a great tradition as hatmakers.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ducG55pfCMQ
>Dam-iansA powerful necromancer compiled a novel brew of chemicals that created a unique strain of undead, which he applied indiscriminately to any species of wildlife in the land. The resulting creatures flesh remains largely unchanged from how it was in life, but none can comprehend what thought processes they act on.
>Repinitesthe Repinites are stoic to a fault, renowned throughout the world as a people whose faith in God gives them the will to suffer any burden placed upon them and fight through any hardship, never giving up until their body itself gives out. For this reason Repinites are prized as both slaves and soldiers, as a Repinite laborer will work until he's dismissed or passes out from exhaustion, and a unit composed of Repinite soldiers will fight until it's utterly annihilated, no matter the odds. Though they're typically divided between dozens of principalities and city-states who maintain cold but peaceful relations between each other, in the past decade a warlord from one of the largest principalities has named himself king and raised great armies with the intent of forging all the lands of the Repinites into a united empire. This man is famed for his skill as a statesman and his horrific cruelty in equal measure, and is celebrated by the commoners as a hero while inflicting unspeakable torments upon any of the nobles who cross him in his new domain
>>78221021Anyone keeping this updated?
>>78239879Just leave a comment mate and i'll add them
>>78221021>>78239879>>78240632Also, should it have examples of artwork depicting the species?
We still don't know what precisely happened. It happened all at once, to people of dozens of races. This wretched voice out of nowhere, proclaiming to be the will of an elder...deity? Ancient king? It doesn't matter, but it claimed its dominion over so many people, and made them into its thralls. "The hue of brown marring your wretched selves, your belongings, the very towns and lands, was torn from my breast, it is the mark of what is rightfully mine!">>78200008Purple on the left is cute, maybe the bird depending on how I'm feeling
>>78159428sounds like the beginnings of a WoD splat.except we already have one for furries.
>>78241427>I like the ones with big tits and I'm also trashy enough to overlook the Lisa-Frankish 'airbrushedness' of the whole thingwow anon, pretty illuminating
>>78240894Don't ask questions, do what you think feels right
>>78240894Yeah I mean there are pictures provided itt
>>78241684>>I like the ones with big titsgiven that he took the bird and the one on the left, and not the one in the middle with the biggest honkers, that is probably only part of it
>>78216473Famed for their dragoon styled cavalry, the Futurists are a nomadic race on account of their restless, volatile nature. Their propensity for violence and innovation lends them towards mercenary and artificer work, though at least one of the great architects of the age is a Futurist. They are uncouth, daring, spontaneous, and irreverent almost to the point of ridiculousness; it is not uncommon to see skirmishes of actual intergenerational warfare due to a worship of youth and the scorning of older tradition. A very genuine race. (Added a civilization to the Futurists.)
>>78137110That's not postmodernism though
>>78245906>pink hair is liberalism which is trannies which is satanic panic durr hurr4chan is nothing more than a collaborative neotabloid written by retards
>>78246005Found the butthurt tranny.
The Kalajicti are a race of hyper-nationalistic people, even if they have no country of their ownyet they can recall perfectly a country that is nowhere on the map, both in a geological and geopolitical sense, it's a country that doesn't exists.even though they are incredibly nationalistic, they are usually repelled by other members of their race, that's because each Kalajic reaclls their country of origin in a compleatly different way than another Kalajic, and when two Kalajic meet, they usually tend to fight to the death over minor discrepancies with their versions of their country, due to such thing, they tend to be loners and isolationists.Ther nationalism brings them to view all other races as beneath them, and not worthy of their company or servitude, but if one comes with ideals that match theirs, they will gladly join them in their endeavours.Despite their Prodigius Martial skills, they are also famous for their artistic skills, even if they tend to choose only one and master it to perfection, usally using said art to express their memories of their country.
>>78194383>After some years their humanoid features will be overtaken by their mechanical features and their intelligence will deteriorate to that of animal, and they are likely to attack non-Gigers on sight. Finally, after a point they grow big enough to completely lose sentience. Gigers in this stage are usually kept around to birth more of the race and serve as shelter.So, reverse pak protectors? The sentient young are the civilization, the adults are mindless monsters focused entirely on reproduction.
>>78167966It's mostly just the lack of ideological push that makes Gumball seen in a kinder light. Otherwise, it's pretty much the same.
>>78246889>forks for armsGets me every time.
>>78247221its art style is more expiremental too. calarts happens because it's easy.inserting 2d characters and a photorealistic 3d tyrannosaurus onto real life picture locations is not the easy route.its like what chowder did with textures, they could have done something boring and easy, but they chose not to.
>>78249984It's easier than you think, really. Chowder's textural work is smart and easy to do - the scenes are done with "empty" sections and with a massive layer behind it. Once you have it down you can set it up as a script and run with it. It's extraordinarily clever stuff, but at the end of the day it's actually easy as hell. Also, because animation, especially TV animation, is horrendously expensive, people try to cut costs where they can. Japan does that by having lots of static shots and dialogue, because that's cheap (plus animating just the mouths makes this way easier). The West prefers modular styles where you can independently animate both the head and the body (thanks, Hanna-Barbera).The animation direction and writing in Gumball and Chowder is what really carries those shows. But even comparing some bogstandard CalArts show you can begin to notice differences if you're paying attention especially to background design.
>>78252273Damn, that's a nice ass
The Arcimboldians are a curious hybrid folk, taking human shape but being entirely made up of related objects. Some are plant-based (fruits and vegetables) while others are composed of animals, elemental materials, and even books. Arcimboldian society is largely based off of these bodily compositions: a cook will be mad entirely out of food items etc.
Ropsian culture is obsessed with both the deathly and the erotic (while most of them take the appearance of standard humanoids, many are cupids, skeletons, or cupid skeletons), focusing much of their energies on mysterious religious rites involving dark occult forces. That is when they're not inventing new STDs.
The Cooligites are peaceful dogfolk famous for their love of poker and other games of chance. While not often respected by most other races, they have always managed to find success somewhere.
>>78246889>>78252273someone's been doing her lunges and squats
>>78255183look at those fucking back muscles. Just a little tren and she'd have back abs
>Yoshitaka's folkBeautiful and elegant humanoids, their features often seem ethereal. It doesn't help that they rarely appear in front of other living beings physically and instead communicate through lucid dreams, living literature and mystical stage plays that adapt to the reactions and thoughts of the audience. They're natural storytellers and their culture revolves around being part of a larger Epic, with each member accepting their role in it - be that of a great hero or a devious villain, and wearing it with pride. Through telling and being told tales of greatness they can learn new abilities and spells. In the rare occasions where they appear in the physical world to interact with others, the experience is described as mystical and enthralling, to the point of leaving a void in one's soul that can only be filled through epic journeys and courageous feats. It is said that if you manage to captivate their hearts and minds, you will be taken away, leaving your life behind to become one of Yoshitaka's folk.
>>78255129>While not often respected by most other racesOf course not. Dirty cheaters.
>>78246049keep fighting against satan LARPer
I did a quick skim of the thread, and maybe I'm blind but has anyone done anything off Van Gogh? I'd contribute myself but basically all I know about his work is that I think Starry Night's quite pretty.
>>78178311this thread needs to be archived
Pic related as a race?
>>78261926>>78200008I could see a race bad DeviantArt/ fan art, maybe related to >>78159428 's furries. The Deviants are traveling scavengers with underdeveloped intelligence, a naive earnestness, highly communal but ultimately short term thinkers. They are craftsmen by trade but are just not very good, when they find success it's usually because they are able to misrepresent derivative works as original ideas. Their survival so far has been due to circumstance, pity, and having a high tolerance for humiliation. Some are able to mingle within other races' social circles but typically in the role of a jester or even a pet.
>>78260950The goghians are a race mostly found living in small agricultural communities. Immediatedly physically distinct from other humanoid races due to their semi-solid and slightly amorphous appearance, the race as a whole are known as rather wise but melancholic, spending about as much time in quiet contemplation as they do tending to their work.