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The Warm South by Tzoli The Warm South by Tzoli
Even the hot, dry, and sunny deserts of Africa too cannot stop what the humans unleashed to their planet!
As the Operation "Blind" went well, too well, the cloud layer which eventually covered the entire planet started to work. As the average temperatures worldwide steadily dropped snow and rain returned to the areas which not seen them for years and decades. But the Project's effect not stopped! The temperature dropped to levels previously un-calculated. As the decades and centuries passed the cold, ice and snow covered the entire planet! Rivers, Lakes and huge parts of entire Oceans freeze! The only "Warm" Regions left are the land masses near the Equator, where the temperature could rise above 0C in the summer months. The deserts now not hot and dry regions, but rather cold Savannah's of Grass and various Pine trees usually found in the warmer climates.

Yet the humans strived for survival and one such person, a scientist, a biologist Urga travelled into deep central Africa, the current south Algerian area to see how the plants and animals fight for survival and make their linving! Yet this person an Urga holds the key, a key which is very important for the Giant Transarctica, her crew, their mission and the future of the Planet!

Based On one of the screens of the Transarctica game:
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Ienkoron Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013
Cannot wait to see the finished product :D
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Tzoli Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The trees and the grass is/will be hard to draw!
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Ienkoron Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2013
getting there nicely :)
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Tzoli Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Finished this was what I able to do with my current knowledge
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Ienkoron Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2013
Looks cool mate looks very cool :D
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Ienkoron Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2013
Aye they always are
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