Drawings and paintings by Iben Krutt.
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What if there was a cartoon world with inhabitans based on heraldic beasts?
In heraldy, male gryphons don’t usually have wings. Some of them do have spikes, though. Or tufts of fur, or even rays of sun on areas of their bodies.
Which has to count for something.
Did you know unicorns are traditionally rowdy, randy beasts -- all too ready for some interspecies action?
I’m sure Lis here can tell you all about that.
Napoleon, displaying the fleurs-de-lys in her wing-membranes.
The martlet is in English heraldry depicted as a swift with tufts of feathers instead of talons, sometimes lacking a beak as well.
Chiddester here seems to lack neither.
Oscar and Edgar - two criminal lowlives for the price of one.
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