Diananysus the Dual-Sexed DogGod Picture

"Monsters are real, and ghosts are real too. They live inside us, and sometimes, they win." - Stephen King

For my final art project, I drew a series of twelve fantastic beings that don't come from any mythology or book/show/etc., but my own mind. Most are based on my characters, who provided a good starting point for me to build these creatures on rather than making them out of the blue.

Ivy wraps the legs of this beast child, who is composed of human and canine parts, plus the antlers of a deer. It has ambiguous genitalia, but when the moon is full or new, it becomes a fully female being, and has a different personality. The name is an obvious portmanteau of Diana and Dionysus, a pair of respectively female and male Gerco-Roman gods of the wilderness. I based Diananysus on my character Lefty.

No warning for this because the genitals aren't sexualized
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