TADA! My first piece of artwork with my prismacolours! (Not counting the little mushroom I drew in my sketchbook . . . ) I had fun with them things . . . sigh, anywho these are my uh, well they don't have a name, any suggestions? The reason the two young'ns have red tails is that when a predator comes after them they're more likely to be attracted by the red and go after that rather than the vital parts . . . provided that the red doesn't attract them in the first place you know . . . and these things don't live in herds, they live in a family like shown here until they mature whereupon they'll either run off and make a new family if they're female or wander solitary if they're male. By the way, the yellowish spot under the tail of the adult is something that got on the paper, I'm not sure what, in other words, its not because I screwed up with the pencils. I learned alot from this piece . . . yup . . . such as why I should do things the way I'm suppose to and not the way I feel like doing them . . .