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Extra-Terrestrial Thanksgiving
E.T. , Bruté?
About this creation
The custom of Thanksgiving began with the American feast day, which slowly gained poplarity in the rest of the world and, with the advent of space travel, the rest of the universe. Aliens of the more civilized cultures adopted this holiday, adding their own twists and regional delicacies.

Today, we join Grandsire "George" Tch'Lckta as he celebrates with his close friends and family. Grandsire has four arms, giving him extra skill when it comes to shoveling food. Notice the family rifle in the background.

That disturbing beast is a Crekkian atha bird. Large, brightly colored and violent, they make a traditional centerpiece for the Thanksgiving feast. Grandsire shot this beast on an intergalactic hunting trip to Osiris IV. The shipping costs at that carcass was excessive.

Look who showed up! Mr. Squid, a lower class friend of the family, was bailed out of jail for the occasion. On this planet, the extended year means Thanksgiving and other holidays come by much more slowly that on Earth. Also, the insectoid BzzZZZzz (how is name is pronounced in the common tongue) managed to brave it through a 14 hour interstellar flight, with obnoxious TSA members going for his naughty bits.

Over there is Aunt Velemet, a famous model in her halcyon days of youth. Young males of every species would yearn for a wink from her huge eye. Now she advertises clothing lines and lives off of her nest egg. Also is one of Grandsire's xeno friends from
the planet LV-426.

The feast.

Interesting architecture, huh? The table is obviously inspired from Bespin's retro-styled art.

All the feast-goers

Mmm... roasted Fleeb with greens, a planetary favorite.
Hope you all had a Happy Thanksgiving, with lots of food and family! Looks like Christmas is just around the corner...



Comments

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  February 11, 2011
It looks like the Crekkian atha bird can eat them ... Are you sure the bird is fully cooked? XD
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  January 16, 2011
Hahahaha. Nice write up to go with a wonderful medley of characters. The ALIEN and the roast bird are among my faves. And Aunt Velemet has not lost all her charms.
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  November 29, 2010
Don't forget to include the man with the alien popping-out of his chest! Mmmm... Stuffing!
Michael Maddox
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Dominick Sinclair
  November 26, 2010
Great build. Excellent lighting. I went to Mt. Hood for Thanksgiving and ate peanut butter sandwiches in the car with Cheetos. I still thought Thanksgiving was great... Well, can't wait for Christmas!
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  November 26, 2010
Aw, poor plo. :D
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  November 26, 2010
Great work!
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  November 26, 2010
dude thats funny but you know what would be even funnier is mordor orcs having thanksgivng. But we realy don't want to know what thay eat now do we lol. I don't even think thay have turky's in middle earth but thay have free folk in middle earth lol.=D
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  November 26, 2010
Nice work, i like the turkey 'head'.
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  November 26, 2010
HAHA! Great!
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  November 26, 2010
Haha, way cool mate!
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  November 26, 2010
Cute. The head on the "turkey" gave me a good chuckle. Happy Thanksgiving! ~ Chris.
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  November 25, 2010
how did you give him four arms? :O
 
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