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Shantak Bird Concept

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Description used as inspiration:
They were not any birds or bats known elsewhere on earth or in dreamland, for they were larger than elephants and had heads like a horse's. Carter knew that they must be the Shantak-birds of ill rumour, and wondered no more what evil guardians and nameless sentinels made men avoid the boreal rock desert. And as he stopped in final resignation he dared at last to look behind him, where indeed was trotting the squat slant-eyed trader of evil legend, grinning astride a lean yak and leading on a noxious horde of leering Shantaks to whose wings still clung the rime and nitre of the nether pits.

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I'm kind of being selfish....*blush*

just wanna point out, tails, too short, feet, too big, wings, too thin....
then again, i cant draw that....i give you 9, pitty they don't have 9.5....

no, hang on, it's a fine bird/ reptile/ thing, it's your style, your way, GO FOR IT!
good job, 10/10

-Angel

THAT'S SOME HOT WASABI!

mate this picture is great and it is very approved yo!:)
this picture is not lame or just plain stupid :)
so for your great work i have given you a 9 :)
BEES32189

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Aug 22, 2009
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