Do you have a more than one favorite Mythological Creatures?

www.segmation.comMythological Creatures with art created by Marta Guijarro, a Spanish Illustrator contains characters named Chimera, Kelpie, Roc, Unicorn, Wyrm, and Zaratan awaiting your painting.

There are many well known examples of creatures from mythology that inspire dread, awe, curiosity or a even a combo of all three. Many of these have proved popular in books and films as well as paint by numbers. What weird stuff?www.segmation.com

Whether Mythological Creatures are real or not, they are still exciting to paint and relax with and this blog will assist you with using your imagination as well.
Mythological Creatures includes many monstrous beings::

Chimera — a three-headed monster, with the foreparts of a lion, the middle-parts of a goat and rising snake for its tail.

Kelpie — strong and powerful horse.

Roc— a mythical giant bird.

Unicorn — white horse with a large, pointed, spiraling horn projecting from its forehead.

Wyrm — alternative name for the mythological European dragon.

Zaratan — grandiose sea turtle.

What is your favorite Mythological Creature? Is it from Greek mythology? Is it from Dungeons & Dragons? Share with Segmation by commenting on this blog post today.

Sources:

http://listverse.com/2013/01/08/10-bizarre-mythological-creatures/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Greek_mythological_creatures

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4 thoughts on “Do you have a more than one favorite Mythological Creatures?

  1. butterscotchgrove

    The Selkie – the mythical seal-woman of Ireland is my favorite. Love your blog – so much wonderful COLOR. Thanks for stopping by mine!

    Reply

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