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Concept - Bee-girls by buck3 Concept - Bee-girls by buck3
These are various forms of my bee-girl race. let me explain a little about them.

First of all, they only have 2 breasts, the lower 2 lumps are their honey sacks. They are 3 feet tall at the very tallest, but normally about 2'6".

Eggs:
The egg form is how they start off life, after being given birth by the queen, the eggs are placed in honeycombs to incubate and develop into the larval stage.

Larva:
In the larval stage, the girls have no form of sex-organ, but do have the breast buds and starts of their honey sacks. They move around on their fat, worm-like tail/ lower-half. They are children and act as children do, only wanting to play. however their "running" speed is slower than a human's walking pace. The more the larvae eat, the faster they grow into their cocoon stage before becoming an adult.

Worker:
Worker bee-girls have the largest abdomens, they have fairly large breasts and honey sacks. They also have the most endurance out of all the bee-girls as they have to gather pollen and work on the hive.

Soldier:
Soldiers protect the hive, and more importantly, the queen. They act as scouts sometimes as they are faster and stronger than workers, but have less endurance. If the hive is short handed, soldiers can step in and help workers gather food for the hive. They have the smallest abdomens, and breasts, but have the largest wings and antennas.

Queen:
The queen bee-girls main role is to give birth and raise larva, as well as rule over their hive, their breasts are the largest, designed to provide nutrition to her daughters. They have the smallest wings as they do not have to fly that often.


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please don't use these girls in anything without my permission. thanks.
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SIERRA-116 Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2014
What does the queen mate with?
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buck3 Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
not sure, at the time i made them i didn't give it much though.   let's just say magic for now until i can think of something better ^^;
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SIERRA-116 Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2014
I prefer them using men as mates, though not with the men ending up dead.
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Angela-Wolf-1 Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2013
Not to sound rude, but looks like the worker and soldier have same size wings and antenna. And if it i a queen, maybe it should have wide hips for birthing, just a suggestion. Overall, great work and ranking system. I've been thinking about doing a story about a bee girl. That's why I've been looking around for examples
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buck3 Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well, to be honest, when I originally made them, i didn't really take that into consideration with the wing or antennae sizes.  The queens hips could be wider, but I was undecided if she should give birth like a human or a bee, so I left it up to the viewer to decide.  But thanks for the kind words.
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Armygeneral13 Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I'm also having a bee race for my world but in Lego form since I'm making mine interly out of it
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buck3 Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hmm, fairly interesting.
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Armygeneral13 Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
:D do your creatures live in bee hives?
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buck3 Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
One hive, normally depicted to be built into the side of a cliff-face
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Armygeneral13 Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Ok cool!! Do they run on a government? My bee people are sorta of a democracy(they vote for a new queen when the old queen dies)
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