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Otherwise viewed as the classical Unicorn, hosting long lion tails, cloven hooves and larger ears. These creatures do not inhabit towns or cities, instead sticking to their ancestral forest-village homes. They are a secretive and over protective race that prefer to keep themselves to themselves - viewing outsiders as ignorant and destructive.
Being more in tune with nature, their special talents usually lie in botanical arts, but stretch to alchemy and various forms of zoology. Compared to regular ponies, they gain their cutie marks much later in life, or not at all in some cases.
Rocs Pictured: Meena (Noble Roc)
A bird-like Pony species seperated into three different races according to their specialist features. 'Valiant' Rocs are the better fliers, hosting larger wings than others. 'Noble' Rocs feature unicorn horns, and specialise in magic for this reason, their bodies not well built for flight. 'Humble' Rocs are akin to Earth Ponies, comfortable both in the sky and on the ground. Their talents are varied.
As a species, Rocs cannot gain cutie marks. Their young hatch from eggs, taking after their avian ancestors in this regard. Their wings are tucked behind their forelegs and hind legs, so are not always on show. Their pelt is actually comprised of feathers instead of fur; except in the case of Noble Rocs, whose large 'manes' on their chest are made of a silky fur.
Custom Species: Continued
Gryphunes Pictured: Ai (Female)
Hybridisation between your standard Griffin (or Gryphon) and a Kitsune. Highly coveted creatures that are commonly kept as pets or close companions, much how we would keep dogs or cats. They are keen, intelligent, loyal, as well as appropriately sized for most living arrangements.
Noticeable features include the numerous tails inherited from the kitsune line in their family tree, as well as incredibly large ears. Their fur is characteristically thicker than both parent species, and can host several layers more. They rarely shed their fur.
Freshwater Kelpies Pictured: Undine, Queen Kelpie
Female dominated species. Gender differences are subtle yet biologically vast - males lack any form of magic (i.e horn), thus are born with both pony front limbs and additional fins useful for swimming. Lakes are occupied by different clans with are lead by a head female; all of which answer to a single 'Queen'.
Kelpies are able to breed successfully with regular ponies, and their offspring then creates a hybrid that is comfortable living in both freshwater and saltwater. As a species, Kelpies can only live in freshwater to brackish; and are based on the fish that are located within such rivers and lakes.
They are based off both traditional Kelpies, as well as typical 'horror-story' mermaids. They are known for luring stallions to their deaths, and females can be so ferocious that even their brothers and fathers keep their distance.
Because I'm that awesome. Q. I hear you talk about reptiles a lot - why is this?
A. It's because I essentially live and breathe them. Both my home life and work life are dominated by reptiles, which involves selling, breeding and the general keeping of them. I currently keep a wide range of snake and lizard species, as well as run a reptile section in the local Garden Centre. If you're after a slice of advice on reptiles, don't be afraid to ask - I answer questions like it for a living, and it's the one thing I can say I know incredibly well c:
Q. Art Tools - what do you use?
A. I currently use a Wacom Bamboo Fun Medium tablet, together with Paint Tool SAI on an average spec laptop (Sony Vaio, i3). For streaming, I use Join.me, as I find it a far easier and less bandwidth consuming way of screen sharing than Livestream, which usually cuts out for me anyway.
Q. Do you allow people to use your work?
A. If the image used was requested by someone as a commission or art trade, then that one person can use it as they wish. However, no one else has permission to use anything in my gallery that is OC related. Canon character artwork is allowed to be used with correct credit attached. I do not tolerate stolen artwork, and will report it if it is found, on whatever site it is located on, pony or non-pony.
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• Do not thank me for favourites or watches • Do not ask me for points or free artwork • Do not send chain mail, spam or adverts, etc • Do generally be nice, or ask questions, etc c: