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Aquatic predator sketch by Exobio Aquatic predator sketch by Exobio
Name: Q'porr, Pronunciation: click followed by pop followed by guttural growl)

Size: 25'
Diet: carnivore

Sensory pads and tendrils allow this predator to navigate through murky water with ease. Because of the nature of its habitat the Q'porr has relatively small eyes.

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Trompus Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2014  New member Professional Traditional Artist
Bitchin!
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KarolinaSkaUniverse Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2014
That's awesome, I love how you made the water reflect on its top too
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ongoingworlds Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2014
I posted an article about this creatire on scifiIdeas.com and added a bit more fluff about where the creature lives, and who discovered it. Hope that's okay?! Would welcome your input :-)

You can see it here: 
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Exobio Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I appreciate your enthusiasm about my creature designs, and I don't mind you posting my art on sites like this when you give me credit (which you did, thank you), however in the future if you would like to post my art somewhere or need more information about a creature I designed please note me and ask, I will be more than happy to tell you more. I would like you to edit the post you have made on the site to keep it accurate to the lore of my own projects :)

The Q'porr is an inhabitant of Skatha, the same planet that the Gapuri live on. Skatha orbits Lliri, the sun. It is the second planet from the sun. The Lliri solar system goes like this.

Lliri (sun)
Hast (terrestrial)
Skatha (terrestrial)
Kuura (terrestrial)
Cheth (jovian)
Kadura (jovian)
L'jk (terrestrial)

The solar system is more just for your reference if you need it.

Thank you for your cooperation,

Sarah
Exobio
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ongoingworlds Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2014
Hi Exobio, thanks for getting in touch. Sorry I didn't ask originally I definitely should have done. I REALLY like your artwork, your creativity absolutely shines through! 

I'll definitely make some changes to the article I posted. 

I actually didn't know that you had so much lore about these creatures figured out, if I did I definitely would have asked for more! In fact would you be interested in expressing some of it in another article? The scifiIdeas.com website I write for is created by my brother, and we post interesting things which will be encouraging and inspirational to other scifi writers. 

I really like this image: exobio.deviantart.com/art/Dese…
Would it be possible perhaps to publish this? And id you'd be interested, would you like to write an article about the Gapuri? About 500 words-ish? 

I'd credit of course! And this way we can get the info correct :-)
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Exobio Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
You can publish that picture, just link it back to me of course. I wish I had the time (and energy) to write a small essay on the Gapuri, but work and school really eat my time up, but mostly my energy. You can find a lot of information on the Gapuri in my FAQ journal as well, that might give you enough to work with. Sorry for the inconvenience. I wish I had more motivation to work on my projects, I really do appreciate the interest you have in the worlds and creatures I have created and how eager you are to tell other people about them. If you have questions you are always welcome to send me a note, I usually have time enough for those.


Thanks again,
Exobio
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Pronssilyhty Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2013
This reminds me of Ceadeus from Monster Hunter.
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WoundedGazelle1234 Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2013
breathtaking artwork. just faved it :D
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Exobio Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you!
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Archipithecus Featured By Owner May 27, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
What are those spongey looking things on the head?

Really love your art and planet. I read your thread on the forum.
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