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deermary:

Grey Peacock-Pheasant (Polyplectron bicalcaratum) of southeast Asia.

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rene-art:

DeviserIllustrative interpretation of the Crow; this time with some digital colour! Got a bit lazy with it but it will do!Photoshop CS5 | Wacom Intuos 4 | App. 5-6 Hours. 

rene-art:

Deviser

Illustrative interpretation of the Crow; this time with some digital colour! Got a bit lazy with it but it will do!

Photoshop CS5 | Wacom Intuos 4 | App. 5-6 Hours. 

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ninthrevolver:


In Greek mythology, a harpy (“snatcher”, from Latin: harpeia, originating in Greek: ἅρπυια, harpūia) was one of the winged spirits best known for constantly stealing all food from Phineus.

Gonna draw these monster ladies in their outfits from the country of origin. For the harpy one it’s GREEK!

ninthrevolver:

In Greek mythology, a harpy (“snatcher”, from Latinharpeia, originating in Greekἅρπυιαharpūia) was one of the winged spirits best known for constantly stealing all food from Phineus.

Gonna draw these monster ladies in their outfits from the country of origin. For the harpy one it’s GREEK!

(via fuckyeahmonstergirls)

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comfyinnauticaa:

HITTIN TUMBLR WITH THIS SHIT LIKE A SACK OF BRICKSDAY ONE HARPYFUCK YEAH MONSTER GIRL CHALLENGE 

comfyinnauticaa:

HITTIN TUMBLR WITH THIS SHIT LIKE A SACK OF BRICKS

DAY ONE HARPY

FUCK YEAH MONSTER GIRL CHALLENGE 

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firstfruits:

Day 1 of the 30 Day Monster Girl Challenge! I couldn’t do all girls, though! Gotta put some boys in the mix. In medieval heraldry they were “virgin eagles”. The body of a bird with the head of a king! Click if ya wanna see bigger.

firstfruits:

Day 1 of the 30 Day Monster Girl Challenge! I couldn’t do all girls, though! Gotta put some boys in the mix. In medieval heraldry they were “virgin eagles”. The body of a bird with the head of a king! Click if ya wanna see bigger.

(Source: crystalcurtisart, via fuckyeahmonsterboys)

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