The otherwise bodily challenged
I recently bought Evolution in action (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Evolution-Action-Natural-Spectacular-Skeletons/dp/0500515980) if you want to look into it. It's basically a book full of photos taken of skeletons for animals all over the world. I have abit of an obsession with skeletons well mainly animal ones and i love to combine them to make monsters that could possibly exist, so here is a few examples of what i do after i study the book.
i particularly love the last one as i fell that the spine and general feel of the creature has more grace and is of greater intrest to the eye than the others. I aim to expand my knowledge of animal skeletons, as i feel stuff that comes straight to mind when i draw now is quite limited.