Sunday, 9 October 2011
I have figured out a way to ride a horse with a collapsed spine and fused legs - sidesaddle! The sketch could probably use a bit more refinement, but it's more about the concept than the execution at this point. I'm definitely enjoying taking the 'blind stubbornness' route, it's interesting to see how I could carry on with my daily life. I did notice, however, that most people who saw this were more 'lol shark on a horse' than 'oh wow, hideously disfgured human surpassing her physical body and pursuing her passion regardless'.
Also, I am on a course in which I can justifiably draw a shark-lady riding a horse sidesaddle. Life is good.
Okay. Great white sharks have enormous livers. As in, during an autopsy, when the shark's liver was removed, one of the comparitive anatomists lay down next to it and it was longer than she was tall. Admittedly she was a very small comparitive anatomist, but nevertheless. The shark's liver contains squalene, an oil that acts as a buoyancy aid, hence why it's so blooming huge.Human abdomens are, obviously, not built to house 5 foot long livers, so the result would be pretty unpleasant.
This has been your daily waiving of good taste, have a nice day.
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Posted by Meg Leslie at 22:25