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It was, without question, the end of Homo sapiens' dominion of the Earth.

In the final few decades of his mastery mankind began to sputter and die like a poorly maintained machine. The precious resources extracted from the Earth had been drained into oblivion. Diseases, made nigh-invincible by a century of combat with vaccines, killed millions and affected millions more. Land which had supplied the exponentially growing human species with suitable farmland slowly turned to nutrient-barren wastelands. The rapidly increasing global climate wreaked havoc on the poles and, in turn, flooded the coasts and evicted any people living there. War erupted across the world as governments struggled to remain in control of the restless civilian population. Worst of all, overhunting, destruction of habitats, urbanization, and pollution poisoned the already impoverished biosphere. As the human race collapsed from attacks on all sides a miraculous event, unprecedented anywhere in history, gave hope to those who survived to see it.

It was, without question, the single most important event since the rainforests that housed our distant ancestors gave way to savanna and set the development of mankind in motion.

A rift in time leading to an unknown location would be our salvation. What little organized government and science that remained worked together to gather people and technology to support a dozen functional colonies. These colonies, inhabited by no more than 300 people each, would be the Adam and Eve of a new generation of humankind in the world beyond the rift.

This time we would do better. Our population would remain low, our impact minimal, our accumulated scientific knowledge allowing us to survive without excess of people or pollution. We could learn to live with the environment rather than destroying and warping it to suit our needs. Our technological advancements, especially those in agriculture, could be perfected to leave the planet almost as we found it. Man, so set in his ways that he nearly drove himself into extinction, would alter his behaviour if he wished to succeed in the land awaiting him.

This time things would be different.
The Ark (Introduction)
This project has been coming for an extremely long time, and I'd like to keep much of my ideas under wraps for now. I'll be adding the next part in the new future, and I'd be happy to answer questions or simply discuss the project to the best of my abilities in the comments.

This is, especially, a projet dedicated to my friends who all have brilliant speculative evolution projects of their own and/or those who are helping me with Skull Island Reborn. I hope you'll all enjoy it!
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Who would be up for helping me design a few tattoos. I've never had a tattoo before but I'd like a few of various natural history related subjects. I'll list them below, let me know if anyone would be willing to give these a shot! If nobody responds for a month or so I'll look for an artist I could commission the ideas from. Any help is appreciated!

  • A complete Deinonychus skeleton in the classic theropod death pose (solid black, for my forearm.)
  • A rearing basal sauropodomorph (inspired by Plateosaurus, preferably with some sort of fuzzy integument) mirrored by a rauisuchid or ornithosuchid rearing with its jaws gaped. (can either be lineart, detailed sketch, coloured, doesn't matter to me. Eventually it will be a coloured piece but any of the three is appreciated as a visual starting point. This will be a fairly large back piece!)
  • A bearded dragon in a threat pose facing towards the viewer. (This will be on the upper portion of one of my breasts)
  • A drepanosaur (no specific species in mind) climbing upward with its tail curled around my arm. (This will be for my other forearm)
I have a few more in mind, but I'd like to get one of the simpler ones here first and see if tattoos are really something I'd like.
  • Mood: Satisfied
  • Listening to: None
  • Reading: Smithsonian's ANIMAL
  • Watching: Life of Birds
  • Drinking: Iced Tea
Who would be up for helping me design a few tattoos. I've never had a tattoo before but I'd like a few of various natural history related subjects. I'll list them below, let me know if anyone would be willing to give these a shot! If nobody responds for a month or so I'll look for an artist I could commission the ideas from. Any help is appreciated!

  • A complete Deinonychus skeleton in the classic theropod death pose (solid black, for my forearm.)
  • A rearing basal sauropodomorph (inspired by Plateosaurus, preferably with some sort of fuzzy integument) mirrored by a rauisuchid or ornithosuchid rearing with its jaws gaped. (can either be lineart, detailed sketch, coloured, doesn't matter to me. Eventually it will be a coloured piece but any of the three is appreciated as a visual starting point. This will be a fairly large back piece!)
  • A bearded dragon in a threat pose facing towards the viewer. (This will be on the upper portion of one of my breasts)
  • A drepanosaur (no specific species in mind) climbing upward with its tail curled around my arm. (This will be for my other forearm)
I have a few more in mind, but I'd like to get one of the simpler ones here first and see if tattoos are really something I'd like.
  • Mood: Satisfied
  • Listening to: None
  • Reading: Smithsonian's ANIMAL
  • Watching: Life of Birds
  • Drinking: Iced Tea

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Leogon Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks a lot for the fave on my Bison:-)
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You're welcome!
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Dontknowwhattodraw94 Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the favorites :)
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You're welcome!
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mojcaj Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you 4 the fav!
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You're welcome!
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mixtix-freeman Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2015  New member Hobbyist
Thank you !
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batworker Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2015
Thanks! (for the fave) 
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