|Uploaded:||January 23, 2012|
|Updated:||January 24, 2012|
I was reading some articles today and came across a strange find. It seems as though researchers from the Oregon Health and Science University have been working on a scientific miracle. A new breed of monkey was created, and born using the cells of six different types of other monkeys. They are called the ‘Chimeric Monkeys’ and they are quite a site to see. I personally don’t think that these monkeys are cute. To me they look like skin based creatures with long limbs, scrawny bodies, and wrinkled up faces. I know a lot of people out there will find these new monkeys amazingly cute, but for me, it was sort of hard to draw one because they kind of gross me out. Anyways this tutorial will show you "how to draw a chimeric monkey", step by step. In total there were three chimeric’s born and their names are Roku, Hex, and Chimero. Roku and Hex are twin boys, but Chimero is not. From what I understand, the monkeys where created by gluing together cells of six embryos from different types of animal species. As of right now there is limited information of these scientific monkeys. All I can really do for you guys right now is show you the ropes to drawing chimeric monkeys, and then if you want to find out more cool facts on them, wait a while longer until more studying, and information becomes available. I hope you like this lesson even if I fine these primates to be a little hideous. I shall return and I promise there will be some cool stuff going up tonight. Have fun and peace out.