“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...

    M is for Mermaid

    M is for Mermaid

    The mermaid has the body of a woman from head to waist, and a fish below. Mermaids are vain, and like to admire their own image. There are...

    L is for Lion

    L is for Lion

    Lions are well represented in Medieval Bestiaries. This is inspired by an actual lion bestiary illustration. #24 of 52

    K is for Koala

    K is for Koala

    Koalas did not exist in Medieval Bestiaries as far as I can tell. However, they are cute and have knives in their feet, so they exist in...

    I is for Ibex

    I is for Ibex

    From Bestiary lore: The ibex is a type of wild goat with two large horns. The horns are so strong that if the ibex jumps from a...

    If it fits

    If it fits

    Another birthday card drawing. This is my cat, Teddy, who never gave up trying to fit in a tiny box. #19 of 52