The Lion and The Unicorn: Eastern Redux Picture

Been in a Lewis Carrol-y sort of mood lately, and ended up drawing the Eastern versions of his Famous Lion and Unicorn.

Since both creature are the stuff of myth in ancient Asia, I like to think that they're agreeing to believe in each other so that they don't spontaneously stop existing.

There is a fantastical animal called the Kirin or Qui'lin that resembles the unicorn, though it's mythology is completely unrelated.
The Lion is represented in eastern art as being much fluffier and shorter that it's western and African counterparts.

This line-art is free to use, and I'd be thrilled to see your work! Just please link back to the original in the artist's comments!
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