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WorldNote: Skeletal Forests by CaconymDesign WorldNote: Skeletal Forests by CaconymDesign
This is part of a series of world notes for a worldbuilding project I've been working on. The goal of the world notes has been to establish the scope, look and mood of several of the major areas and the creatures and people who live in it. In the future, I hope to do several design projects within this framework, and to explore the world more in-depth.

I have set up a folder for this world in my gallery. You can find it here: caconymdesign.deviantart.com/g…
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CondeNadie Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Interesting concept. Looks like a labyrinthic place with walls made out of bones.
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CaconymDesign Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2017
mm, that' pretty much it but mostly walls of reeds
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Kei-Renzo Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Looks nice! I also like the outlay of this page, very neat and easy to study. :)
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CaconymDesign Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2017
Thank you =]
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nicart9 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2017  Student Digital Artist
Any reasoning behind this unique helmet design?
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CaconymDesign Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2017
It's a good question, but also one I was hoping not to get quite yet. Once I'm done with the world notes for key locations, I will make world notes for the key cultures and species. Until then I will keep the details secret ;). It's just a headdress though rather than a helmet, and it's a big part of their culture and heritage.
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Epoch-Owen Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Really cool, Jens! Are you planning on creating something like a book for this world? 
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CaconymDesign Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2017
Thank you! There are many things I would love to do with this world, and writing a small book like maybe a traveler's guide is on that list, as is making both small 2d and 3d games for fun =]. Right now though, I'm focusing on creating an envelope for the world if that makes sense, and the first few projects I do within this envelope will probably be quite portfolio oriented rather than experimental.
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Epoch-Owen Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Sounds awesome, I'll definitely keep my eye on this project!
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Ciso8 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017
Awesome
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CaconymDesign Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2017
=]
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XristiEno Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017  Professional Artist
I have a question for you. do you have any recommended tutorials for like quick landscape painting? like how you do it? ;w; trying to get better with my own but I feel like I am missing something. if you dont would you happen to have any tips?
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CaconymDesign Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017
I can't really say anything specific since I don't know exactly where you encounter hard times, but this might help: there are some very good reasons why it's harder to pre-visualise things like environments and buildings than it is for example to pre visualise objects like pens, chairs or even vehicles and animals. It's about how our brains work and you can probably find more in depth stuff if you look for gestalt theory etc, but that's kind of beside the point. I just want to say that it's not a unique thing to have trouble with initially grasping the basic ideas about environments and I think large quantities of studies and drawings helps, that's what I did. Hope that helps =]
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Taro-Wilderness Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017
A very interesting concept, greetings :).
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CaconymDesign Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2017
Thank you =]
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