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"The pink have absolutely nothing to do with the human-English word for a stereotypically feminine colour. They were called pink millennia before we had even thought up the word. They are, quite frankly, fantastically beautiful creatures. They are closer to birds than bipeds (two arms, two legs). An average height of between five and six feet and in place of arms they have wings that are twice their height with a talon at the top joint. Their legs are the same structure as their boy until the knee at which point they become thin, covered in a tough skin and with four talons that lay flat or clasp onto whatever they are standing or perching on. The feathers that cover their bodies are coloured depending on their individual origins on their home world and can range from simple browns, blacks and greys to vibrant reds and greens. A few, very rare, bloodlines have a variety of colours throughout their plumage. Their faces are almost humanoid in shape, however their nose and mouth are still that of a bird, their beaks are a smooth yet pliable skin that is able to bend, enabling them to form words. They are another race that are telekinetic, before they became sentient, and even after, they were truly fearsome predators. It is safe to say that they were one of the races that had a noticeable impact on Earth, spoken of as angels or harpies, they found religion and nurtured it which, in no small way, dramatically influenced how humanity’s beliefs became such a divide amongst them." - from The Weight of Our World, available on Wattpad, WordPress and Surgebook. ~ ~ ~ #profile#species#sketch#autodesksketchbook#illustration#conceptart#concept#art#digital#digitalart#pink#writing#writer#write#aspiring#author#writersofinstagram#writerslife#writersofig#writerscommunity#womenwhowrite#scifi#sciencefiction#science#fiction#wattpad#wordpress#surgebook #akarockynorton#theweightofourworld
The basikor are a race of serpentine beings. Frilled, brightly coloured skin that hangs loosely around their necks stretches when the thin bones become rigid as their jaws are opened fully. They are capable of locking small bones together within their body causing their length to become straight, when this action is used alongside the balance provided by their telekinesis, they are able to see eye to eye with most other species. Female basikors display a jagged pattern in their scales whereas males have a smoother, curved pattern.
The easiest way to describe how the tharat look is to say that they are pterodactyls without wings or the pointed cap on their heads.
Their skin ranges from deep green to light brown, and every shade of either or both in between, with a texture like an iguana’s. Their arms are almost as long as their bodies, with elbows that are only one quarter of the length from their shoulders. Their wrists are almost non-distinguishable from the rest of their arms unless they are moving. Their hands are about three quarters of the size that you would expect them to be, fingers curled with pointed yet dull claws. Their legs are short, yet not to the point that it limits their maneuverability. Their heads are dented ovals with beak-shaped mouths that are flesh instead of the solid skin of birds, they are able to move and bend when they talk which, I am ashamed to say, looked quite comical before getting used to the sight. ~ #illustration#conceptart#concept#art#tharat#alien#writing#writer#tablet#aspiring#author#writerslife#description#sketchapp#sketch#wattpad#wordpress#surgebook #akarockynorton#theweightofourworld
The shtrillan are an aquatic race. They look bizarre, yet are, by far, the friendliest beings you will come across. Their heads look like upturned bells with a translucent dome through which you can see their brains and nervous systems. Their nerves and veins can become luminescent at will. Their mouths are naturally downturned which gives them a deceptively grouchy appearance. The rim of their bell like heads are lined with whiskers which, just above their black, oval eyes, look like the eyelashes of an eccentric drag queen. They have no body or legs, however one firm limb protrudes from their heads which has two short arms, each with a three fingered, webbed hand. It has been proven that these arms are what used to be roots which tethered the to the ocean beds before they evolved from sentient plants to self-aware beings. The lower parts of their bodies are almost identical to that of a jellyfish. A thin, translucent fin encircles up to nine thick tentacles and a host of hair thin tentacles that they use to eat. Their mouths are purely for communication purposes.