Tuesday, 11 January 2011

Fauna or Flora

Neither flora nor fauna, these strange life forms form a similar role to the recycling of vitamins and minerals in Belkins upper planetary crust like earths plants. How ever these life forms are able to move, albeit at a very slow rate. Average speeds of up to a meter per day have been observed, how ever increased speed seems to be linked to warmer temperatures, indicating that they may perhaps be more closley considered fauna that flora.

4 comments:

  1. Brilliant...they remind me of caddisfly larva or something. Love it.

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  2. Thanks Glendon, its a really fun way of playing around with thumbnail silhouette's which is what these started out as.

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  3. the 2 on the left side are really good

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  4. Thanks masterstryke, why do you think that?

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