En la mitología griega, Medusa, era un monstruo ctónico femenino, que convertía en piedra a aquellos que la miraban fijamente a los ojos.  Mas Info: http://tops10.loquenosabias.com/las-10-criaturas-mitologicas-mas-famosas-de-la-historia#ixzz3cKKdVLhY

En la mitología griega, Medusa, era un monstruo ctónico femenino, que convertía en piedra a aquellos que la miraban fijamente a los ojos. Mas Info: http://tops10.loquenosabias.com/las-10-criaturas-mitologicas-mas-famosas-de-la-historia#ixzz3cKKdVLhY

Criaturas Mitológicas con forma de Mujer IV

Criaturas Mitológicas con forma de Mujer IV

Fantasy Girl, Dark Fantasy, Monster Musume, Dark Elf, Nymphs, Mythical Creatures, Inspiring Art, Art Reference, Amazing Art

Nordic folklore, some interesting mythological creatures and figures

Nordic folklore

Nordic folklore these creatures have a likely origin of the Jotner in Norse mythology. Jotner were most damaging to the Norse gods , but sometimes benefit

I might add griffins into my story but since there is not really that much magic in this world i don't know how there could be a half bird half cat, but maybe i could make it that they are mutants…? Im also thinking that they should just have wings, not front legs like all of the dragons i have made.

I want Her (Underswap!Sans x Shy!Reader) - ~Chapter 12-Dragged away~

I might add griffins into my story but since there is not really that much magic in this world i don't know how there could be a half bird half cat, but maybe i could make it that they are mutants…? Im also thinking that they should just have wings, not f

How to draw NEGATIVE SPACE tutorial by STUDIOBLINKTWICE.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

How to draw NEGATIVE SPACE tutorial by STUDIOBLINKTWICE.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

[Megapost] Criaturas mitologicas y fantasticas. Parte II - Taringa!

[Megapost] Criaturas mitologicas y fantasticas. Parte II

[Megapost] Criaturas mitologicas y fantasticas. Parte II - Taringa!

"TARZAN".....OK then

Daryl Mandryk Many denizens of Jalatha (The Jungle Shard) share a special bond with the teeming life around them. Their connection binds them to the land. and the land protects them. (Lord Of The Jungle)

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Unicorn Photo: This Photo was uploaded by EcoWitch. Find other Unicorn pictures and photos or upload your own with Photobucket free image and video host.

Rhiannon, the Celtic Goddess of the Moon and inspiration, of nobility and strength, of never giving up.

Rhiannon: A Welsh Celtic Goddess

Goddess Rhiannon with Celtic Horse Greeting Card The Celtic Goddess of horses was called either Rhiannon or Epona, a Goddess of magic, prosperity, and the realm of the fae. The horse was very importan

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