Sunday, 1 September 2013
Wild Woman and Master Otter 1507
Along with a typical female Wudewasa or "Forest Woman" there is a kind of furry mammalian water dragon with webbed feet and wings added, carrying a human baby (ordinarily it would be carrying one of its own babies that way) and once again this water dragon is very likely representing a Master-otter. The wings would be spurious additions put there on the theory that "All dragons should have wings." The scale is probably about right but I don't know about how many teats a Master Otters female should properly have.
Below is a bonus depiction of some more Wudewasas. Second one in from the right end is another female.
Anonymous at 04:39