Poor, poor beast 21. Added a lion’s mane, brought the creature back, awkwardly onto land. It looks very transitional, doesn’t it?
Walrus weight drags beast 20 back onto land. They’re using their big jelly brains more, too.
Beast 19 is taking pieces of a jellyfish into the design. It has a bunch of little leggy food-grabbing things and a weird jelly brain case – like its brain grew too large and the skull decided to simple get out of the way. It was sad to give up the shaggy fur, but …
Beast 18’s back underwater, like the bowhead whale (p.247).
Today it’s the sidewinder (p.406). Since the legs were so long (and I think they’re an interesting feature), I kept them along with the snakelike body length. Therefore, the wings drooped down to help Beastie move around.
Beast 16 takes from the striped grass mouse (p.127).
I’m back online! Whew. Here’s some sketchy beasts for the days I missed.
Aaand here we go! A braconid wasp showed up today (p.574) and gave beast 12 new wings and compound eyes.
Okapi (p.229) is today’s animal. Beast 11 gets a longer neck and tongue, along with some stripes. I figure this one is a slow climber, a bit like a sloth. He’s too big for flying or even gliding, but I’m afraid to get rid of those wings. Any birds or some insects and the …
Beast 10 has moved to the trees. Black spider monkey (p.141) adds a prehensile tail. The arms and legs are better equipped for climbing.