|21 Aug 2005|| GothMinister|
Hey this is cool! looks like the things i have walking around my back yard! no im kindin i like it how can you draw so realisticly?
|14 Sep 2006|| Former artist Martin L Krieger|
(back to bashing people, it feels like the old days) who made katybeth frizel the lead theologist on elvelutionary developmental research? Tell me more about these arborial pre-gryphon cretures?
|9 Oct 2006|| Jan-e|
I love it =D are you doing other kinds of gryphons and other animals in the same realistic style?
|14 Nov 2006|| Martin l krieture|
Looks like a giant wolflike bunglebird... These should exist on specworld.
|10 Aug 2007|| Distorted Owl|
Oh my God- everybody's got this crazy "History of the Griffin" thing going on! Mine is completly different and far less logical, so it's not even coming out. I love the detail on the picture, I wish I could draw like that, and I won't ask any questions about it! Geeze!
|15 Oct 2008|| Lucy G Bert|
Oh, WOW! That is REALLY incredible! I have a whole evolutionary history for my creatures as well, and this gryphon is really well rendered! Mine evolved from large Reptilian ancestors and still retain some reptilian qualities. This beast is totally believable!
|9 Feb 2009|| Frederik|
truly a masterpiece. i would very like to see you drawing a velocoraptor. it would sure match your type of drawing
|1 Apr 2009|| Jonas Jödicke|
this is the perfect predator!!!
|1 Jan 2010|| Moose|
He’s gorgeous, but I wouldn’t call it the perfect predator.... The neck looks vulnerable enough and I doubt he’d be able to have a lot of success catching airborn prey. Anyways, he’s beautifully drawn, and I certainly wouldn’t want to meet him in any dark alleys. Or crowed streets. Or anywhere for that matter. x3 The muscling is exquisit, and it’s obvious you’ve looked at fur patterns quite a bit and have a firm grasp on them. =D
|13 Mar 2011|| Sergio Botero|
You did a hell of a work with those details, especially the hair. I love it