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The enfield is a fictitious creature sometimes used in heraldry, having the head of a fox, forelegs like an eagle's talons, the chest of a greyhound, the body of a lion, the hindquarters and tail of a wolf.

The enfield is a fictitious creature sometimes used in heraldry, having the head of a fox, forelegs like an eagle's talons, the chest of a greyhound, the body of a lion, the hindquarters and tail of a wolf.

I see Carson similar to this, especially with Ebony gone. He'd have no reason to shave or really care about his appearance. The green would be red, and his eyes would have that unsettling artificial crimson to them.

I see Carson similar to this, especially with Ebony gone. He'd have no reason to shave or really care about his appearance. The green would be red, and his eyes would have that unsettling artificial crimson to them.

Sword Designs 5 by Iron-Fox.deviantart.com on @deviantART  ★ || CHARACTER DESIGN REFERENCES™ (https://www.facebook.com/CharacterDesignReferences & https://www.pinterest.com/characterdesigh) • Love Character Design? Join the #CDChallenge (link→ https://www.facebook.com/groups/CharacterDesignChallenge) Share your unique vision of a theme, promote your art in a community of over 50.000 artists! || ★

Sword Designs 5 by Iron-Fox.deviantart.com on @deviantART ★ || CHARACTER DESIGN REFERENCES™ (https://www.facebook.com/CharacterDesignReferences & https://www.pinterest.com/characterdesigh) • Love Character Design? Join the #CDChallenge (link→ https://www.facebook.com/groups/CharacterDesignChallenge) Share your unique vision of a theme, promote your art in a community of over 50.000 artists! || ★

COMPLAINT: I came so close to liking this one, but then I realized... why would…

COMPLAINT: I came so close to liking this one, but then I realized... why would…

Ellen Jewett makes incredible sculpture which may find its origins between mythical children’s books and horror stories. Her animals are elegant and meditative, but appear to be dissipating before our eyes.  Jewett is inspired by her rich background including experience in anthropology, medical illustration, and exotic animal care. These passions are seen clearly in her devotion to biology, peacefully dissecting her characters and merging them with their natural environments.

Mystical animal sculptures balancing peace and chaos

Ellen Jewett makes incredible sculpture which may find its origins between mythical children’s books and horror stories. Her animals are elegant and meditative, but appear to be dissipating before our eyes. Jewett is inspired by her rich background including experience in anthropology, medical illustration, and exotic animal care. These passions are seen clearly in her devotion to biology, peacefully dissecting her characters and merging them with their natural environments.

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