Maractite and Maraquan Chia

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Maractite and Maraquan Chia

Post by Nogitsune » 19 Feb 2016 03:26 pm

Image "No, I don't think I've caught a code..."
Image "I'd rather be friends than anemones."

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Post by Madge » 19 Feb 2016 07:51 pm

That maraquan chia is really neat!

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Post by Scythemantis » 20 Feb 2016 05:34 am

Even more obscure than an anemone; that's an apple sea cucumber!

Did Jumpstart suddenly hire some good artists again or something?

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Post by AngharadTy » 20 Feb 2016 06:37 am

Right? I totally adore that. I actually had a thought process of, "Well that's kind of a weirdly crappy anemone. Oh it's not one!!" And then I was excited.
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Post by Color Wheel » 20 Feb 2016 09:33 pm

Maractite: Not bad at all, though it could have done without the markings on the lighter parts of the body so it isn't so busy. I also feel like the body color could have stood to be a hair darker to make the markings stick out more.

Maraquan: This is really nice! Great choice in animal, good color palette, and very cute overall. (As a side note, I've always thought Maraquan Chias should be some form of sea cucumber. Good to see some else agreed!)

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Post by Keleri » 20 Feb 2016 11:21 pm

Scythemantis wrote:Even more obscure than an anemone; that's an apple sea cucumber!

Did Jumpstart suddenly hire some good artists again or something?
Thanks Scythemantis, I've been wondering what marine animal it was exactly. I really like it.

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Re: Maractite and Maraquan Chia

Post by grizzegrijn » 21 Feb 2016 12:42 pm

Scythemantis wrote:Even more obscure than an anemone; that's an apple sea cucumber!

Did Jumpstart suddenly hire some good artists again or something?
They probably just stumbled upon some fan art. :o

Either way, I like the maraquan.

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