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Now, the last part, the head….. Step 16 Here is the result. Step 17 After finishing the body, I want the monster have a tail,…. In the brush panel,do setting for the brush used to create the tail, start by determining the shape dynamics, scattering and then dual brush. See picture for the details of the setting.
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Dragon Gods and Demon Sea Monsters: Religion In Your Fantasy Novel October 31, Creating a fantasy world from scratch is a daunting enough undertaking, what with having to decide what it looks like, how its culture works, if the world has magic, or dragons, or sea monsters. You need a history, a timeline, a sense of logical consistency. Religion has, from the times of men looking up at lightning and surmising a god must be up there throwing down electric bolts, stemmed from a need to explain the inexplicable. A fantasy world might fear sea monsters as demons, might revere dragons as gods, might think magic comes from people touched by the heavens — or by those sprouted from hell. Where do we go after we die?
Comments Shares Maybe it's that I kinda miss Sea of Thieves —despite enjoying it I haven't made time to play since the first week of its release—but anything with ships, sails, cannons, and sea monsters will draw my eye these days. Maelstrom, now in Early Access , has all of those, plus it's a battle royale game. Fifteen ships enter, one ship leaves. I can't say Maelstrom takes place on the open sea: at times it feels like there's precious little room to maneuver in this ocean filled with jagged rocks and towering islands that both provide cover and damage your ship if you collide with them.