Earliest Dracotaur?


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Posted by Lucius Appaloosius on July 03, 2004 at 21:19:15:

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Xaipe! I recently had a meeting with Comus (of 'Circe's Funhouse' fame), and showed him a recent drawing of a Dracotaur I had done. He remarked that he had never seen this kind of 'taur before. This set me to thinking: While Dracotaurs are not uncommon today, was there a point of origin for this species(artistically speaking)?

Then, there popped into my memory an illustration I had seen in a first edition of Mark Twain's "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court". This drawing by Dan Beard is, as far as I know, the earliest rendition of a Dracotaur. Can anytaur find an earlier example?



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