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HUBLERDON Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I've always wondered:

you our have so much fave art, and manage so many projects, but why do you yourself have do little art? 
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:iconqueenserenity2012:
I'm incredibly unsatisfied with my own artistic ability. I draw for hours and am never happy with anything I make; but I do have loads of ideas. That's why I prefer managing projects where more talented people do the art and I provide the conceptual stuff.
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Lediblock2 Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2016
See, that kind of negativity is one of the main reasons that I stayed away from making art of my own on this site; I was afraid that I would get shouted down, that my work wasn't good enough. But then I finally got the courage to try it; and I've got to say, you were an influence for that. I started making art to become a part of projects like SIR - to work on something with a group of like-minded people. And if someone like me can do it, than so can you!
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QueenSerenity2012 Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2016
That really means a lot to me, hearing that I've inspired anyone is always wonderful news. I'll get around to posting some of my work eventually, I'm sure of that, though I still feel very much that my strongest talent is in the ideas themselves. There are literally hundreds of worlds locked in my brain that have never seen the light of day purely because I feel I lack the means to breath life into them. Maybe I should just go for it and see what happens. At the very least, I'll always have my writing as an outlet for sharing my creativity. That's another thing I ought to post some time. I think my words paint a better picture than my art can, ironically.
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HUBLERDON Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Alright, I understand....

You are very creative! Your basically the president of the speculative zoology community on deviantart! :)

I also got another idea for Skull Island reborn: primate or lemur-like lagomorphs and oceanic nothosaurs. Sound cool?
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QueenSerenity2012 Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2015
I wouldn't go that far but I really appreciate the compliment! 

I love that lagomorph idea but I'm not sure it would work with Skull Island since, in its current incarnation, there aren't any endemic lagomorphs. I could probably do a multituburculate or some other mammal in that niche if you'd like! The original version of the project had marine nothosaurs but we decided they would probably spread away from just the Skull Island archipelago and we scrapped them. There's fully aquatic nothosaurs on the islands themselves though!
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HUBLERDON Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Perhaps....

A marine, ominivorous offshoots from the basal turtle lineage! They frequent the coasts, but are poor swimmers, and need to go the land to lay eggs. They only swim between the islands, ambushing scavengers by mimicking a beached carcass. :)
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QueenSerenity2012 Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2015
Sounds like something I could definitely use!
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