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The Fae by Fosterpython The Fae by Fosterpython
A whole pack of fairies, most of them from «The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Fairies» by Anna Franklin.

Left to right, up to down:
Incubus - male demons who have sex with women while they're asleep
Goblin - tricksters
Korrigan - red-haired Scottish warrior faeries that hate Christians.
Thabet - evil long-tongued Burmese faeries
Blue Man of the Minch
White Lady- white ladies are popular all over the world, they bring snow and the Winter.
Igosha - Russian hand and leg-less faeries that play tricks on house holders.
One of the lizard-people that live in Lemuria
Setlano - an Italian fire elemental
Cluricaun (the grey guy with the bottle) - drunk leprechauns that sleep all day and drink all night
Urchin - faery-hedgehogs
Nekomata/ faery-cat/ vampire-cat - cats that grow two tails and become capable of talk, walk on their back paws and shapeshift
Succubus - female demons that have sex with sleeping men, like incubi do to women
Xanas - Spanish female tiny nymphs with long hairs that live in the forests and streams.
Dragon - you all know what a dragon is, right?
Spriggan (the cat-like one) - furry big-eyed creatures with a cat-like personality that is able to grow to giant sizes.
Imp - evil faeries that can be trapped inside a bottle and they have to accomplish 10 wishes to one who frees them.
Vouivre - a sorcerer capable of turning into a giant snake. If one steals the precious stone on Vouivre's forehead thet get many powers.
Bugbear - a bear-like hobgoblin that punishes evil children.
Spanish tiny beetle-like faery that serves one who catches him (I'll find his name soon)
Pigwidgeon - very small faeries (I drew it owl-like because of Ron's Pigwidgeon)
Puck - goat-like goblins who are not as bad as goblins and not as good as brownies
Unicorn - single-horned creatures that symbolize purity, virginity, goodness and Jebus.
Lare - Roman house-faeries; when evil are called larvae.
Kelpie - horse-like creatures that live in lakes and drown who tries to ride it.
Lesni muzove - type of Leshy (forest gnomes with blue skin and green hair) covered in shaggy green hair. like other leshies, they hibernate during Winter and dislike hunters.
Ramidreju - Spanish green creatures that are born from weasels and can find gold with their hog-like noses.
Kamaitachi - Japanese flying weasels that scratch people's legs.
Arkan Sonney - faery-pigs that bring good luck.
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Bodhi-kun Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2008  Student Traditional Artist
cool pic, but I thought that Kamaitachi were weasel like creatures that have sickels as front legs ;D
Fosterpython Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you! :)
Kamaitachi are weasels that fly with the wind and make wounds on people's legs with their sickles. Problem is I can't draw sickles. Nor weasels, apparently. x)
baragon2001 Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2008
the white lady in my fantasy book looks like a white skined girl with red hair and bird feet
Fosterpython Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Really? Reminds me of tengu, or harpies (although these are a bit devilish - red hair is considered unlucky in the UK, and demons usually had red hair in Japan and in the Phillippines). I gotta read that! xD
baragon2001 Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2008
okay the link must have that emoticon in it ignorre that
baragon2001 Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2008
oh the book is here for sale on amazon take a look [link]=pd_sim_b_img_1
Fosterpython Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Mmm, looks cool. I'd be happy to give my cash for that!
baragon2001 Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2008
it is and theres a nother one about alines by the same guy i own both ^___^
IrishWastrel Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2007
Nice. No ghillie-dhu for you, hey?
Fosterpython Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yes there is, a lot of ghillie-dhus, but I couldn't draw them all. Damn.
IrishWastrel Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2007
they love their birch trees..
Bladez636 Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very Cool!
Fosterpython Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
tehuti Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2007  Hobbyist Writer
Lots of detail and very informative! I never knew that about urchins before! :clap:
Fosterpython Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you. It's not very useful, but... ^^; I think it's interesting.
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