|20 Oct 2005|| Olga Berdova|
He's funny :0
anyway, this griffin's very unique and original, you rock man!
|6 Dec 2005|| Buckbeak|
The first Anonymous is right; griffins do have ears, but they are like feathery tufts. Kind of like an owl, but on the sides of the head. But then you can make a griifin however you want. I ,mean they are not real, right?
|17 Dec 2005|| Anonymous|
Wow. Very unconventional. Kind of reminds me of one of the monsters from the 'monster munch' packets.
|4 Aug 2007|| Iknowwaytoomuchaboutgriffinsandimproudofit |
Although it is pretty well known that many species of griffins have ears or ear tufts, this is a totally different species of griffin, one that has adapted to different surroundings, and may have no need for ears of a lion. Also, lion ears are not a necessity in any griffin, because the simple and universal idea of a griffin is a beast with the head of an eagle (king of the air) and the body of a lion (king of beasts). Because the head on a griffin is that of an eagle, ear tufts are not a determining factor about the realism of a griffin, no matter the species.
|4 Aug 2007|| SkyWolf|
Wow! ! ! Something about the humondo beak and the little squinty eyes makes this species of griffins seem completely adorable, even if they would tear you to shreds without a second thought! Beautiful, and just about as lifelike as a sixed limbed flesh eating monster can get!
|20 Dec 2007|| Okapi|
Hehe! It looks grumpy!Love it!
|7 Nov 2008|| Merel Eland|
This ghyphon is awesome!!
|9 Feb 2009|| Frederik|
i like the pose but! (its probably just me but i hate the cartoon style and the wings truly a shame) but ! very good cartoon drawing
|17 Jul 2009|| Damian "GrayWolf" Fraustro|
No wonder he is in such a bad mood. All his peers are probably making fun of his un-fly’nes.