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Windigo Species Ref -part by katxicon. on Windigo Species Ref -part by katxicon. on Source by gaaranosabaku. Mythical Creatures Art, Mythological Creatures, Magical Creatures, Creature Drawings, Animal Drawings, Wolf Drawings, Creature Concept Art, Creature Design, Fantasy Beasts

Windigo Species Ref -part 1- by catarazzo on DeviantArt

Windigo Species Ref -part 1- by katxicon.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Zora (Sjora) - the Sjöfru (Mistress of the Lake) was a mythical creature of the lake, or Rå, in Swedish folklore. It was a humanoid water spirit, comparable to the nymphs of Greek mythology Mythological Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Arte Viking, Viking Art, Viking Woman, Arte Obscura, Poses References, Norse Vikings

Norse Mythology A to Z - art post

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Name: Tarasque Area of Origin: France Said to be the offspring of the Onachus (a Scaly Bison-like beast) and the biblical Leviathan (a gargantuan sea-monster) the Tarasque was a monstrous chimeric beast that devastated much of Nerluc, in Provence,. Magical Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Folklore, Myths & Monsters, Legendary Creature, Mythological Creatures, Creature Concept, Monster Art, Creature Design

T is for Tarasque by Deimos-Remus on DeviantArt

Name: Tarasque Area of Origin: France Said to be the offspring of the Onachus (a Scaly Bison-like beast) and the biblical Leviathan (a gargantuan ... T is for Tarasque

Name: Eurynomos Area of Origin: Greece Eurynomos was the demonic Greek personification of rotting and decay; the dead that pass on to the underworld have their skin, muscles and inside stripped and eaten by him, leaving only the bones. Eurynomos is. Alien Creatures, Magical Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Greek Mythical Creatures, Greek Monsters, Myths & Monsters, Monster Design, Monster Art, Demon Art

E is for Eurynomos by Deimos-Remus on DeviantArt

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I is for Indus Worm by Deimos-Remus. Name: Indus Worm Area of Origin: Medieval Europe, Greece The Indus Worm was a large, white carnivorous worm that resided around the Indus River in Asia. The creature appeared in many medieval European bestiaries, thou Fantasy Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Folklore, Greek Mythological Creatures, Character Concept, Character Design, Legendary Creature, Creatures Of The Night, Creature Design

I is for Indus Worm by Deimos-Remus on DeviantArt

Name: Indus Worm Area of Origin: Medieval Europe, Greece The Indus Worm was a large, white carnivorous worm that resided around the Indus River in Asia.... I is for Indus Worm

Name: Kappa Area of Origin: Japan Literally translated as “River Child” a Kappa is a Yokai found in traditional Japanese folklore. The creatures are generally depicted as roughly humanoid in shape, and childlike in size and stature. It’s scaly skin. Japanese Mythical Creatures, Mythological Creatures, Magical Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Humanoid Mythical Creatures, Kappa Japanese, Kappa Monster, Japanese Yokai, Japanese Mythology

K is for Kappa by Deimos-Remus on DeviantArt

Name: Kappa Area of Origin: Japan Literally translated as “River Child” a Kappa is a Yokai found in traditional Japanese folklore. The creat... K is for Kappa

Mimi (Australian) - Extremely thin humanoids that can be blown away by the wind. Mythological Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal People, Fantasy Literature, Beast Creature, Aboriginal Artwork, Legends And Myths

Mimi (Australian) - Extremely thin humanoids that can be blown away by the wind. They use boomerangs as weapons and because they are so thin the can fit through most impossible openings, sneaking up on sleeping people in their locked houses and devour them on the spot. They wear many magical tattoos, runes and relics on their body giving them diverse abilities and powers. They live in rocky areas where they can hide from the wind.

Name: Harpy Area of Origin: Rome, Greece The Harpies are Greek and Roman mythological creatures with the bodies of birds and the heads and torsos of women. They’d often steal food from their victims and would carry evil-doers to the Erinyes (also. Mythological Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Creature Drawings, Animal Drawings, Terra Nova, Roman Mythology, Creature Feature, Fantastic Beasts

Nathan J. Anderson

Name: HarpyArea of Origin: Rome, GreeceThe Harpies are Greek and Roman mythological creatures with the bodies of birds and the heads and torsos of women. They’d often steal food from their victims and would carry evil-doers to the Erinyes (also known as t

Name: UrmahlulluArea of Origin: Mesopotamia, AssyriaThe Urmahlullu (“Lion-Man”) is a protective spirit that appears in the mythology of Assyria. Similar to that of the Greek Centaur, the Urmahlullu is comprised of the upper body of a man, whereas. Greek Mythological Creatures, Japanese Folklore, Legendary Creature, Norse Mythology, Centaur, Fantasy Creatures, Japanese Mythical Creatures, Gods And Goddesses, Creature Design

Nathan J. Anderson

Name: Urmahlullu Area of Origin: Mesopotamia, Assyria The Urmahlullu (“Lion-Man”) is a protective spirit that appears in the mythology of Assyria. Similar to that of the Greek Centaur, the Urmahlullu...

Name: Questing Beast, Beast Glatisant (Barking Beast) Area of Origin: Britain, Arthurian Legends The Questing Beast is the subject of numerous quests undertaken by such famous knights as King Arthur, King Pellinore, Sir Palamedes and Sir Percival. Magical Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Myths & Monsters, Beast Creature, Legends And Myths, Legendary Creature, Folklore, Mythological Creatures, Creature Concept

Nathan J. Anderson — Name: Wyvern, Wivern Area of Origin: Medieval...

Name: Questing Beast, Beast Glatisant (Barking Beast) Area of Origin: Britain, Arthurian Legends The Questing Beast is the subject of numerous quests undertaken by such famous knights as King Arthur, King Pellinore, Sir Palamedes and Sir Percival....

O is for Otoroshi by Deimos-Remus. Name: Otoroshi, Odoroshi, Keippai Area of Origin: Japan The Otoroshi is a yokai from Japanese Mythology. With a name possibly derived from the word, Osoroshii, meaning "scary" the Otoroshi are large hunched monsters cov Japanese Mythical Creatures, Mythological Creatures, Magical Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Japanese Mythology, Norse Mythology, Myths & Monsters, Monster Art, Creature Design

Nathan J. Anderson

Name: Otoroshi, Odoroshi, Keippai Area of Origin: Japan The Otoroshi is a yokai from Japanese Mythology. With a name possibly derived from the word, Osoroshii, meaning “scary” the Otoroshi are large hunched monsters covered in a thick matted mane of...

H is for Huldra by Deimos-Remus on DeviantArt Forest Creatures, Magical Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Myths & Monsters, Japanese Folklore, Urban Legends, Mythological Creatures, Norse Mythology, Creature Design

Nathan J. Anderson

Name: Huldra, Hulder, Tallemaja, “Pine Tree Mary”, Ulda Area of Origin: Scandinavian cultures; Norway, Sweden, Denmark The Huldra is a seductive forest creature found in Scandinavian folklore, resembling a young, beautiful naked woman with long,...

A series of 26 creature and character illustrations based on mythology and folklore from around the globe, condensed into an alphabet themed portfolio. Mythological Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Egyptian Mythology, Egyptian Goddess, Goddess Art, Roman Mythology, Moon Goddess, Egyptian Art

Nathan J. Anderson

Kicking off my project with the letter A! Going to be putting together a series of 26 mythological/folkloric/cryptid creatures and characters for each letter of the alphabet. All REBLOGS and LIKES are...

Name: Nuppeppo Area of Origin: Japan In Japanese Folklore, the Nuppeppo is a genderless Yokai, described as having a very saggy appearance and a terrible odor. Not unlike that of a blob of flesh, the creature’s amorphous shape has vague hints of a. Japanese Mythical Creatures, Mythological Creatures, Magical Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Japanese Mythology, Japanese Folklore, Character Inspiration, Character Design, Myths & Monsters

N is for Nuppeppo by Deimos-Remus on DeviantArt

Name: Nuppeppo Area of Origin: Japan In Japanese Folklore, the Nuppeppo is a genderless Yokai, described as having a very saggy appearance and a terribl... N is for Nuppeppo

O is for Ojancanu by Deimos-Remus Name: Ojancanu Area of Origin: Cantabria, Spain The Ojancanu is a cyclops found in Cantabrian mythology, and is an embodiment of cruelty and brutality. It appears as a foot tall giant with superhuman strength, with Magical Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Dark Fantasy, Fantasy Art, Myths & Monsters, Japanese Folklore, Norse Mythology, Roman Mythology, Greek Mythology

O is for Ojancanu by Deimos-Remus on DeviantArt

Name: Ojancanu Area of Origin: Cantabria, Spain The Ojancanu is a cyclops found in Cantabrian mythology, and is an embodiment of cruelty and brutality. ... O is for Ojancanu