I guess this project kind of belongs in here.
Its been a long time since I drew on a regular basis and I want that to change. This month I intend to draw one creature a day, based on mythologies, folklore and other sources in alphabethized order.
If you want to join the fun and make your own alphabet month, make your own thread.
Comments and critiques are welcome
The Amphisbaena is a two headed serpent that spawned from the dripping blood of Medusas head. It resides in the desert, but can survive well in the cold as well. The original description is simply that of a snake whit heads on either side of its body. Medieval depictions often featured two legs or more, and some whit the necks on either side being equal in size. I chose to make the illustrations based on the medieval description simply because it seemed a little bit more interesting.
References: Monstropedia, Encyclopedia Mythica, Wikipedia