ptrog by Terrifel

ptrog by

Date: 9/1/2004 Views: 8057 Favorites: 30 Comments: 11

Science has demonstrated that there is only a 1% genetic difference between humans and chimpanzees...or is that .75%? Possibly only .5%....We have a bid of .25% from the gentleman in the back row, do I hear a .1%? Going once...going twice...

Comments

To add a comment, please sign in or create an account.

Luciusappaloosius

Xaipe! It's rare to find a same-order TF (Primates) around here....Congrats for striking a blow for De-Evolution! 7@=e

thistle

TF's aren't De-Evolution, they're Re-Evolution!

Comus

Wow, you really know your anatomy! It's really subtle, but you caught the difference between human & chimp hands (& it looks like you drew this guy's hands right in the middle) - bravo! Plus your coloring is beautiful - colored pencils?

Terrifel

Yes, colored pencil...there may be just a little bit of pastel pencil in there as well, I forget exactly. Thanks muchly for the encouragement!

SeaCigar

indeed a beautiful art style. I feel like I'm looking at an old science textbook more than a piece of fictional art: The style is like the old diagram sketches they had before photos and CG were available, and the anatomy is realistic enough to make it believable that its some sort of documentation of a rare disease. I heard some political radicals were trying to get apes human rights because they share so much with us genetically, but it was shot down, given that rights are given more out of th

Mechie

Nice new style... funny background explanation! : )

Sciex

nice, there can never be enough primate tranformations!

Wahwah

Actually, chimpanzees only match up to the human genome 96% while a Cat's matchs up 98.6%

Chrontius

Really? I'd heard that it might be possible to create a 'mule' crossbreed of human and ape somewhere. If cats are more closely related than apes, does that mean that there's potential for anime catgirl hybrids being created without much fuss? :)

Zidane

I love this one!

Webwolf

Really Wahwah? That is very interesting. 98.6% is more then some apes. In any case, I love this piece. :)