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Guardian lion

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L.O.R.D 1, xiaodi jin on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/2Kyog:

So, I don’t know about you, but it seems to me that dragons are getting a little overused. You know? Every fantasy book has to have a dragon. When did that become a thing? Just because Th…

This image shows a drawing of a head of a monster. The creature has three eyes with one in the middle of the forehead. The monster appears to be very angry.

This image shows a drawing of a head of a monster. The creature has three eyes with one in the middle of the forehead. The monster appears to be very angry.

I REALLY liked the creativity used in this particular piece! Lovely, clean, smooth lines, nice line thickness variation, clean of smudges, and stray marks, nice "action pose" going here, piece is very "alive." Love it! Foo Dog lineart by ~Quinneys on deviantART

Description Foo dog, I'm going to draw this one in more realistic/ semi-realistic way, I don't feel comfortable with this old style anymore.. If anyone would like to colour this guy feel free to, just credit me and semd me the link so I can see your work! :3 Scraps later

Tattoo Drawings for Men - Ideas and Designs for Guys

The first creative work mankind produced was in the form of drawings and it was only natural for them to make their way into the world of tattoos. Drawings can encompass pretty much anything that…

What a gorgeous illustration of a black Unicorn, the rarest of all the mythological beings.

Roc Modern digital art makes it possible for us to view the fantasy creatures depicted in the legends or mythology. The fantasy creatures are important

Shisa Fuu : by Abz-J-Harding. Shisa is a traditional Ryukyuan decoration, often in pairs, resembling a cross between a lion and a dog, from Okinawan mythology. People place pairs of shisa on their rooftops or flanking the gates to their houses. Shisa are wards, believed to protect from some evils. When in pairs, the left shisa traditionally has a closed mouth, the right one an open mouth. The open mouth wards off evil spirits, and the closed mouth keeps good spirits in.

Description Facebook Page---> [link] _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Do you remember that moving image i did, of the fuu dog with the glowing blue eyes??? here it is if you don't V _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ The image you see here is the finished thing piece, it's been sitting around for a few weeks and decided to get round to finishing it. Hope you like

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The Meaning Behind Chinese Guardian Lion Tattoos – Self Tattoo

Foo Dog And Dagger Tattoo @oldboy_tdThe guardian lions popular in Chinese architecture go by many names, including foo dogs, komainu, fu dogs, shi shi, or imperial lions. These lions with their curly mane, intense stare, and snarl guard the entrances to buildings to protect against people with ill intentions. As with many cultural symbols, the ...