And now, The Giant Kantangarina
SOME time ago, when I introduced you to The Yellow-Fanged Penteligon, I hinted that I would draw a picture of its Number One predator, The Giant Flying Kantangarina. Well, here it is.
These creatures existed long before man. The Penteligon ate volcanic lava. The Kantangarina ate Penteligons.
This unlikely yarn comes courtesy of my own fertile imagination, primarily for the entertainment of my grandchildren, who love anything to do with monsters.
My series of pictures in this vein include the Jurassic Lizard, the Rainbow Amphibian and The Two-legged Fiery Dragon.
The Giant Flying Kantangarina was created today, primarily with gel pens, but also dashed here and there with felt tips.