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2023-07-18 Snargl 1 minute 14 seconds
What kind of animal is Agonomal?
There once was an animal called Agonomal
That looked like a cross between a dragon and a camel
It had scales and fur and a hump on its back
And it breathed out fire whenever it was attacked
It lived in the desert where it roamed all day
Eating cacti and lizards along the way
It was feared by the people who lived nearby
But it was really quite friendly and rather shy
One day a traveler came across Agonomal
And thought he had found a rare animal
He tried to capture it with a net and a rope
But Agonomal escaped with a puff of smoke
The traveler was angry and chased after it
But Agonomal was faster and more agile than him
He ran out of water and fainted in the heat
While Agonomal watched him from a safe distance
Agonomal felt sorry for the traveler who was in trouble
So he brought him some water and helped him to his feet
The traveler was grateful and realized his mistake
He apologized to Agonomal and offered him some cake
They became good friends and talked for a while
Agonomal told him stories of his life in the wild
The traveler told him stories of his travels around the world
They laughed and learned from each other until the sun set
The next day they parted ways with a hug and a smile
The traveler thanked Agonomal for saving his life
And Agonomal thanked the traveler for being so kind
They promised to keep in touch and never forget
That's how the animal called Agonomal
Met a human who became his pal
They showed each other compassion and respect
And that's what makes a friendship perfect.
Example of the color palette for the image of Agonomal
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
NCS (Natural Color System)
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