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    Likes: tiny things, nature, chili pepper, colorful things, eggs, mushroom, soy sauce, cutting things open, knives, fully vegetarian restaurants, salty and hot food, body building, strength...

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  1. Maybe it's convergent evolution. The Shins I think are human refugees from another world after something real bad ruined their homeland, probably a bad war, so in reaction to that, Shin now condemns warriors for being the cause of their original plight and flight, as a reminder to themselves to not forget what warmongering did to them. Horneaters, from what Rock said, seem to place little importance on warrior class because their living environment made warfare much too costy, and the losing of able-body youths too impact-ful to the well-being of their clan/village, so to protect their well-being their culture had evolved to promote the importance of other social class while diminishing the fighting class, as a reminder to themselves as well.
  2. Hopefully motivating! Hullo from a fellow artist, to a fellow artist!
  3. Hey @Turin Turambar Thank you!
  4. From the album Natural History of Roshar

    The Common Skyeel nests high up on vertical surfaces such as cliffs, walls, and underneath roofs to keep its young safe from scavengers and predators. In this sketch, the Skyeel pup looks exactly like the adult, just miniaturized, in the same ways that marlins are on Earth. I've made 2 other Skyeel metamorphosis possibilities, and demonstrated them with 2 other Skyeel designs, Greater Skyeel, Lesser Skyeel (very creative at naming things, I am :P)
  5. @Lunamor Yeah it does sound like from the books that their wings are generally less for propulsion and more for flight controls.
  6. @Ark1002 It's unclear just what kind of wings they have - flying fish fins or dragonfly wings with no bending joints, bird wings with joints but no digits, or pterosaur wings with joints and digits? @Lunamor
  7. Thanks for the follow!

    1. Lunamor


      You’re welcome! I love your art!

  8. From the album Natural History of Roshar

    The common skyeel of Roshar nests high on cliff faces to shelter their young from high storms. Once their chick matures, they would take the leaf of faith from hundreds of meters above ground to learn how to fly - or fall to their deaths.
  9. Zelly: it is inspired by a mantis shrimp! Good eye!
  10. Hey Elend, thank you! Do you mind telling me what about that one appeals you?
  11. Thank you~
  12. Hey Ark! Thank you !
  13. From the album Natural History of Roshar

    This one would be a tall giraffe like creature that would only be able to live in valleys that are less windy on Roshar.
  14. From the album Natural History of Roshar

    Early ideas of large, land-bound crustacean creatures that would fit perfectly in Rosharan world.
  15. Good thoughts and thanks for pulling those references out! This discussion has given me a better image to aim for... thank you folks again!