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RELEASED Hivewire Big Cat Has Begun!

tripleslash

New-Bee
Thank you very much for the nice welcome.

As I said.. I am very much a fan of your work.

The cool thing about the Chauvet cave lions is that they are extinct animals from the ice age which which has been depicted by people who actually lived at that time. I.e its a primary source of information regarding the appearance.

Or that was... until october 2015 where two frozen mummified lion cubs, named Uyan and Dinam were found, who might provide DNA which can be used to clone the beast.... but that's another story.
 

carmen indorato

Extraordinary
Thank you very much for the nice welcome.

As I said.. I am very much a fan of your work.

The cool thing about the Chauvet cave lions is that they are extinct animals from the ice age which which has been depicted by people who actually lived at that time. I.e its a primary source of information regarding the appearance.

Or that was... until october 2015 where two frozen mummified lion cubs, named Uyan and Dinam were found, who might provide DNA which can be used to clone the beast.... but that's another story.
interesting! where were they found?
 

Rowan54

Dragon Queen
Contributing Artist
I want to know where you come up with these ideas Stezza.
Actually, I do NOT want to know where he gets his ideas. I have enough difficulties dealing with that old borderland between reality and imagination now....

I crossed the HW Big Cat with an apple!
Love the picture, though. Looks like something out of one my weirder dreams.
 

Chris

HW3D President
Staff member
Co-Founder
Look what Laurie has worked up for us all. One of several images that she's been producing. Wow, and double WOW!! Taka for Dusk and our soon to be released HiveWire Lion. Both showcasing Laurie's map work well.

She calls this image "Tarzan And The Golden Lion".

TarzanAndTheGoldenLion.jpg


Bless your amazing talents Laurie.
 
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