I'm back, with an update a day earlier than I expected. The page was a little rushed and I'm not as happy with the coloring, but oh well. The next page is going to take alot of work.
The critter on the top isn't ment to be any specific mythological creature. I could rationalise this by saying that it died out because we complety forgot about it, but to tell the truth I just couldn't decide what to draw, so I just made up something...in math class.
I used a dragon and a unicorn for the 3rd pannel since they are usualy depicted as opposing forces in european mythology.
Thank you to everyone who commented, you made me very happy. I love you all.
I've already started on the next page, so hopefuly I'll have it up on tuesday despite the amount of detail that it includes.
Quote of the day:
Peter flung out his arms. There were no children there, and it was night time; but he addressed all who might be dreaming of the Neverland, and who were therefore nearer to him than you think: boys and girls in their nighties, and naked papooses in their baskets hung from trees...
"If you believe," he shouted to them, "clap your hands; don't let Tink die."
The Adventures of Peter Pan
J. M. Barrie
A myth is a religion in which no one any longer believes.
I love Peter Pan. I want to be him and never grow up, ever... but still get to own a sword
On the subject of the Last Unicorn. I have discovered that there are some children's movies that you should just not watch as a teen. The Last Unicorn for instance. When you're little its all nice and sweet, but when you watch it later with your freinds all you can seem to think about it how the prince has fallen in love with a horse and just how wrong that is. Another movie like that is Narnia. When you're little its all like yay! lets go have tea with Mr Tumnus, but then you go back and you're like dear god, Tumnus is a satyr, noooooo run away little girl, ruuuuuuun!