These things were inspired by Clive Barker's Abarat. After reading about all the funny creatures in the book, I wanted to make a few of my own. I was drawing a wing for a bird when I thought, 'Hey, why can't the bird itself be a wing?' Flew-Flew birds come in many colors and are about the size of small chickens. The number of neck stripes they have identify how old they are (they generally live twenty years). They eat the same things as most birds do and preffer to live on islands. Flew-Flews spend most of their time on the ground, but when their island gets over crowded they will jump off a cliff into the wind and fly away like helicopter seeds. Flew-Flews are very friendly and intelligent, and can be taught to repeat words like parrots do.