Armadon by LhuneArt is one of those pieces that throws you right into the action almost instantly! You can't help but admire this piece for the unique character and the wild motion your set into! A beautiful character with stunning details! (
Haha, you're right there I think, the artist definitely did a good job!
For the record though, Armadillos don't strictly CAUSE leprosy, leprosy is a bacterial infection... mycobacterium leprae I think, but don't quote me on the spelling. They ARE however one of the few other animals susceptible to leprosy, so although they don't cause it, they CAN carry it and suffer from it, which is what I think you were alluding to. ^^ Also, the creature above isn't based on an armadillo, I believe, but on a pangolin. Looks more like a pangolin than an armadillo to me anyway, especially the face and the more scale-like armour with bits of fur sticking out from under it.Which is a pretty cool creature too if you feel like checking it out. ^^ www.google.co.uk/search?q=pang…www.google.co.uk/search?q=pang…
Terribly sorry if my annoying comment is out of line or bothers you in some way, I just felt like about cool creatures.
Aww, that's ok, it's cool though that someone else knows that strange fact about armadillos. And your English still seems good though even if it's not your first language - good luck with studing the English language!
Ha, you're welcome! And they DO have a lot of things in common with armadillos, but they're from a separate family - I think the family for pangolins is Manidae, and although I can't recall the name of the family for armadillos, it is a separate family... begins with "D" I think. Armadillos originiated in South America, I think, whereas pangolins are of Asian origin - I guess they're an example of convergent evolution, where two unrelated animals evolve for a similar role, and end up looking alike by coincidence. They are indeed, very cute little animals.