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Snox oculus by Culpeo-Fox Snox oculus by Culpeo-Fox

Search for the mirror.
Find my mate.

Feel my bite.
Don't be afraid.


Reptile.

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EDIT: Updated the Night-Eye, trololo. 8D
And i just got the epiphany how this fits in Mikado's story. Jesus, i'm so awesome!
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in my country, chile, the mapuche people have a mythological beast call "nguruvilu" half fox half snake that drive people nder the water to kill them
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nguruvil…

amazing work
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Culpeo-Fox Mar 25, 2014  Professional General Artist
Yes, the Nguruvilu is the EXACT mythological creature the snox and pythox-designs were based on. :) (hence their Tribus name being Gurifilinae)
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SilkenWinds Oct 11, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
That is just EPIC. Nice design and anatomy study.
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awesome! did you use photoshop 4 this?
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arctifox Mar 17, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
it's like a fox dragon hybrid... FRIGGIN AWESOME!!! :iconyeahplz:
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Culpeo-Fox Mar 18, 2013  Professional General Artist
Fox snake plz.
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arctifox Mar 18, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
gotcha :iconigetitplz: still epic though
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The epicness is immeasurable
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Flameshadow117 Jan 1, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hmm, interesting statement that the species name changed due to latest research.... species names are given arbitrarily by the first person to discover/write and submit an official species description... the only way a species name ever changes is if they realize someone else actually discovered it first (such as the unfortunate case of the Sugar Maple. Some poor dope accidentally gave the Silver Maple the name "Acer saccharinum", saccharinum being latin for sugar, having mistaken the silver maple for the sugar-producing maple he'd heard about. When the description was made for the *actual* sugar maple, it had to be named "Acer saccharum", which doesn't actually mean anything but is as close to "sugar" as they could fudge it) or if they realize that what they thought were two species were actually one species (such as the Eclectus parrot, of which the males and females were initially thought to be separate species), or one species which they determine to actually be two species (such as the Green Mountain Maidenhair fern, which was determined by a professor of mine to be a separate species from regular maidenhair ferns)

So I'm curious about what happened to make its species name change :P
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SwirlyEyesHypnotize Dec 30, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
AWESOME!
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