woot for the fish! I am very proud of Bahamoot because I never draw fish, so he was quite an adventure. I also designed him during class (western philosophy and AP World to be presise) all in one day.
This chapter has lots of explanations, which I am unhappy with, but they are needed. what I can change is how I present them. Orriginaly this explanation did not include Bahamoot, but I think his addition makes it seem more like a real myth rather than something made up by the author. The name and inspiration for Bahamoot comes from an arabian story in which god places an angel under the earth to support it. Then he puts a giant red rock under the angel to hold it up, but then there's nothing holding up the rock, so he puts a bull under it, but theres nothing under the bull, so he puts the giant fish Bahamoot under the bull. Bahamoot floats in a giant ocean and no one knows what holds up the ocean. In One Thousand and One Nights Bahamoot is so large that when Isa (Jesus) sees him he "swoons." My Bahamoot serves a slightly different purpose. The next page will explain furthur and will be up monday at the latest.
On another note, Drake's hair is fun to draw when it's messy.
Quote of the day:
I once wanted to become an atheist, but I gave up - they have no holidays.
Henny Youngman (1906 - 1998)
I disagree, cattfish are delicious, epecially Choo Cheep Lai(dunno how you catually spell that).
You mispelled "thought."
Oh God. I'm turning into a spelling Nazi. Help.
Bahamoot is very pretty Dai.
Drake's messy hair makes me a lot happier than it has any right to. Stop it.
My inner mythology-buff is glowing.