So lately I've been working on a new idea I had. I thought it might be fun to make an entirely new species for no reason whatsoever. So I started flipping through my D&D Monster Manual for inspiration. I found this lion centaur thing that looked pretty cool. It was basically like a regular centaur, but a lion instead of a horse. Anyway, I don't already have a centaur character, so I thought it'd be cool to make one, but I wanted mine to be more unique. So I decided to just take the basic anatomy of a centaur as a sort of base and just combine several different animals for a completely unique species. Although there's technically only one of the species, since I decided to have him be created in a lab.
What I basically ended up with was a sort of part raptor, part cheetah thing, with traits from other creatures as well. It is completely feathered. It has a human torso at the neck of the cheetah-like body. It has a velociraptor head with a peregrine falcon beak and impala horns. The human arms are similar to the winglike arms of a anatomically correct velociraptor. Instead of hands, it has falcon talons. It's legs are like a cheetah's, but it has velociraptor claws. It has a velociraptor tail with porcupine quills. Unlike a real porcupine, it can shoot these quills by swinging its tail. It has a poison dart frog color pattern, with black for the main body, orange streaks on the body, and blue legs and arms with a dark spot pattern.
There's only one thing I need now for the design. A visible reference of it. Problem is, I can't draw to save my life. I couldn't even attempt to draw this thing. But I really need to see what it actually looks like. I want to know if it actually looks cool, or if I should kill it with fire. What I need is some brave, talented artist who would actually be willing to take on the challenge of trying to draw this thing. Anyone interested in giving it a shot?