|17 Aug 2009|| Annie Harrington|
WOW! I really like this picture, especially since Wood Storks are truly my favorite local birds and turkey vultures are also high up on my list. I love the elements of those animals that you put into this creature, and I’m realling seeing the vulture in the neck. Great picture!
|17 Aug 2009|| Maria Zühlke|
Awesome creature! I like this combination of different animal’s parts. Nice work!
|17 Aug 2009|| Shelz Keast|
I encourage you do to the series on Mycteriae. I think it would be excellent.
I can kinda see the stork in this guy. But he actually reminds me of the skegsies (sp?) from the Dark Crystal. Just the head and only a little. Obviusly he’s no realation to them. Sydney Mohr
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|18 Aug 2009|| Kyle marian justis|
do the series it would be sweet.
|18 Aug 2009|| Anya Dolgopolova|
can i have one? its amazing...like an exotic parrot pteradactoyl (wow i butchered that spelling) good job!
|18 Aug 2009|| Anne Wipf|
I simply love it, so imaginative and expressive. Congrats on a well deserved MP
|18 Aug 2009|| Otto Christopher Bixler|
It’s very believable. I like its scales a lot.
|19 Aug 2009|| Sydney Mohr|
yay thanks everyone
I’ve already started on my second Mycteria
|28 Aug 2009|| Jennifer Lee Hatch|
I want to see more of these winged beasts! I love the way they look, a primeval bird indeed!
|29 Aug 2009|| Dan DC Peterson|
A very nice painting of something that does approximate certain toothed pterosaurs. Are you aware of the discovery of a newly discovered Pterosaur fossil from Romania that had a 10 foot long, three foot wide skull and could probably swallow an adult person whole? Science is proving that something like a giant, man-eating, flying reptile really existed on our world, though there is no physical evidence humans ever saw such a living beast........ but perhaps something like one did, to have inspired dragon beliefs all over the world. Fossils of new animals are found every year, maybe we will someday find a "dragon".