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Forest Gnoll by lukias

Forest Gnoll

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Added: Dec 16, 2001
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christar's picture

Great pose and original character design.

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I can't help but say that this image was innappropriately titled "Forest Gnoll" when there's no gnoll to be found in the image. Going back over two decades from the Simarillian and countless Dungeons and Dragons materials, gnolls are a racial construct most easily described as a half-human, half-dog amalgamation. More recently artists have strongly attributed gnolls to anthropomorphic hyenas, which I love since it really gives them a wild, exotic flavor. In any case, gnolls are never seen without the head of a dog or dog-like creature. Just my comments, it's a great piece of art, my beef is just with the title. Thanks.

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Hey thanks man....
Keen to hook up for sure.
whats your email?

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nice one bro! wish i could've met you before i departed for oz. maybe we'll hook up when i return...g

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Thankyou, and I will!

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Hi
Loved your Forest Gnoll. You're a very tallented artist Luke - keep creating for the world to enjoy!

Art at its best.