“We all have 10,000 bad drawings in us. The sooner we get them out the better.” ― Walt Stanchfield

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    U is for Unicorn

    U is for Unicorn

    In many bestiary representations, a virgin is used to lure the unicorn. She heads to the forest until a unicorn sees her and jumps into her lap....

    S is for Satyr

    S is for Satyr

    In Bestiary lore, the satyr is usually described as a type of ape, but is often pictured as a wild man. 31 of 52

    R is for Rabbit

    R is for Rabbit

    The rabbit is a wild and lithe beast that is hunted by dogs, or chased out of its warrens by ferrets. #30 of 52

    Q is for Quail

    Q is for Quail

    According to bestiary lore, quails cannot be eaten, because they feed on poisonous seeds. #29 of 52