I draw the webcomic Manly Guys Doing Manly Things and work on cartoons you might see on TV sometimes.
but imagine if we had tiny little dragons
the size of puppies
and they would go wherever we went sitting on our shoulders and hissing at everyone who tried to touch you because you’re their most special thing in the universe and they are so tiny it’s ridiculously cute
the fact that this post has more notes than i ever expected makes me really glad
I think you’re describing a parrot.
As far as I can tell with my totally amateur untrained monkey identifying skill Drill have a similar face shape to mandrill, but without the crazy colours, and baboons comprise several different species that look similar-to-but-different-from Drill.
Apes are totally different, baboons, drill, and mandrill are monkeys.
They’re like little old men that transform into Hellraiser monsters
In my adult life I realized the animal that I had always been led to believe as a child was a baboon is actually a mandrill and not a baboon at all.
Then the animal that I was led to believe was a baboon after I’d been corrected that the previous animal was a mandrill turned out to actually be a drill and not a baboon at all.
I had no idea until very recently what baboons actually look like.
I think drill are horror gold for me because they probably look like what you would get if you stretched an ape face over a goat skull and then put tiny piercing eyes in the middle of the forehead.
OMG I MISSED THE WORD YETI IM SORRY. it looked like a werewolf oops. i saw “i’ve never seen a design i like” and i guess i didn’t see yeti.
ahahah s’all good I think it’s supposed to look more like a drill or a baboon than a wolf though. (Don’t tell Brett but I think baboons are way scarier than apes so baboon-based monsters appeal to me way more than ape-based ones that always look kind of friendly and goofy)