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    So here’s a little project that I’ve been working on via Twitter! I’ve was thinking since we have different species all across the planet, why not try some but as variants of existing characters. Then they became their own thing overtime lol

    Here are some notes for each species that I’ve designed below.

    This is only Part 1! I will be making more of these in the future, so hope you guys like these!

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    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is mainly known for Holmes, but he was fascinated by monsters and horror. He wrote a creature feature story with a horrific blind prehistoric cave beast, “The Terror of Blue John Gap” (1910), which seemed to be a dress rehearsal for his “Lost World” a couple years later. In both, a big theme is the difficulty in getting anyone to believe you when something is real, which, if you know about Conan Doyle’s life’s story, mirrors his own frustrations.

    Bluejohn is actually an extremely beautiful material like bluish-gray marble, mined extensively.

    Illustrated by Harry Roundtree.