The Uncanny Northern Chimera (or Enteroctopus Cervinae Elephas)
- Body of a mammoth
- Head of an octopus
- Horns and tail of a deer
A simple docile creature, the Chimera roams the cold grasslands that once inhabited Ancient Siberia. Mainly eating the grass and berries, the species quickly became extinct thanks to a new predator: the Vacs-nan.
A design I did for the California College of the Arts’ Chimera Mascot contest.
(Pencil & Ink)