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  • Wip Creature Head Sketch
The Tarbodon- 
Huge hulking herd beasts inhabiting the great muddy plains and marshes of the continent.. Living a predominantly omnivorous lifestyle they tend to consume mostly marsh weeds and roots, but will not stray from eating smaller creatures living among the muddy plantlife if an opportunity arises. 
Adult males grow large saggital crests sporting thick flanges that swell with coloured blood vessels to display their supremacy, but whose shape also aids to amplify the acoustics of the booming calls they use to mark their territory. 
Their nasal cavity is a deep armoured structure housing the main emitter of these horn-like calls, with additional air intakes on the forehead that ensure their threats can be heard for miles around.

If these outbursts don’t deter a rival, males also sport enormous self-sharpening tusks and commonly engage in horrifying battles for dominance over the females in their group, usually leaving the weaker Male blind or at the very least badly wounded. 
Another notable feature are the large fan-like organs behind the Tarbodons jaw that greatly aid them in hearing, but also can be maneuvered to direct their calls and  shaken to dazzle females. 
These growths enhance sound via vibrations in water and must be kept moist, therefore it is rare to see this species far from the wet mud of the marshes.

Herds of Tarbodon are extremely dangerous to approach especially in mating season and testosterone fuelled males are known to charge and trample anything entering their territory, 
None the less mythology of local tribes tell that great warriors of the past have somehow managed to tame the beast and rode them into battle as a naturally armoured war-mount.
  • Wip Creature Head Sketch
    The Tarbodon-
    Huge hulking herd beasts inhabiting the great muddy plains and marshes of the continent.. Living a predominantly omnivorous lifestyle they tend to consume mostly marsh weeds and roots, but will not stray from eating smaller creatures living among the muddy plantlife if an opportunity arises.
    Adult males grow large saggital crests sporting thick flanges that swell with coloured blood vessels to display their supremacy, but whose shape also aids to amplify the acoustics of the booming calls they use to mark their territory.
    Their nasal cavity is a deep armoured structure housing the main emitter of these horn-like calls, with additional air intakes on the forehead that ensure their threats can be heard for miles around.

    If these outbursts don’t deter a rival, males also sport enormous self-sharpening tusks and commonly engage in horrifying battles for dominance over the females in their group, usually leaving the weaker Male blind or at the very least badly wounded.
    Another notable feature are the large fan-like organs behind the Tarbodons jaw that greatly aid them in hearing, but also can be maneuvered to direct their calls and shaken to dazzle females.
    These growths enhance sound via vibrations in water and must be kept moist, therefore it is rare to see this species far from the wet mud of the marshes.

    Herds of Tarbodon are extremely dangerous to approach especially in mating season and testosterone fuelled males are known to charge and trample anything entering their territory,
    None the less mythology of local tribes tell that great warriors of the past have somehow managed to tame the beast and rode them into battle as a naturally armoured war-mount.

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  • Board Member Spotlight: Ray Marshall

Ray Marshall has lived full time in Lindsay since 1985 and has always worked with and for an Arts Board of Directors. He was very pleased to be invited to join KLAC. Ray managed the Academy Theatre from 1985 to 2006, and recently moved from Showplace Performance Centre in Peterborough as General Manager after 11 years. Ray and his partner, Sandra, have three young adults who are heading for the world of university very soon. His two older sons are working in Toronto.
  • Board Member Spotlight: Ray Marshall

    Ray Marshall has lived full time in Lindsay since 1985 and has always worked with and for an Arts Board of Directors. He was very pleased to be invited to join KLAC. Ray managed the Academy Theatre from 1985 to 2006, and recently moved from Showplace Performance Centre in Peterborough as General Manager after 11 years. Ray and his partner, Sandra, have three young adults who are heading for the world of university very soon. His two older sons are working in Toronto.

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  • One of my favorite parts about making coasters is taking pictures of them all together ☺️
  • One of my favorite parts about making coasters is taking pictures of them all together ☺️

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  • ...... and this horror from years ago, having witnessed a mother screaming at her kids in the street that so upset me to the core I drew her when I got home #mother #vile #drawings #instaart #artstagram
  • ...... and this horror from years ago, having witnessed a mother screaming at her kids in the street that so upset me to the core I drew her when I got home #mother #vile #drawings #instaart #artstagram

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  • February 6th is my first solo artshow! Come and check it out.
  • February 6th is my first solo artshow! Come and check it out.

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  • Texture closeup of a happy accident✔️
  • Texture closeup of a happy accident✔️

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  • "You know who's gonna give you everything? Yourself. So instead of saying ‘I’m damaged, I’m broken, I have trust issues’ say 'I’m healing, I’m rediscovering myself, I’m starting over.' 📖

Artwork by @xoxo_rini

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  • "You know who's gonna give you everything? Yourself. So instead of saying ‘I’m damaged, I’m broken, I have trust issues’ say 'I’m healing, I’m rediscovering myself, I’m starting over.' 📖

    Artwork by @xoxo_rini

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  • One of my absolute favorites from last year. What toned drawing next?
  • One of my absolute favorites from last year. What toned drawing next?

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  • what would you drink in this travel mug?? 💛 #repost
  • what would you drink in this travel mug?? 💛 #repost

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