As stated in my one and only DeviantArt journal entry, I am a mentor in animal anatomy and creature design over on ConceptArt.org. Lately, my students ("mentees," as we call them) and I have been sketching together on Open Canvas 1.1. If you haven't heard of it, it's a decent--and free--digital art program (much better than MS Paint, much more limited than Photoshop) that has a networking program, allowing people to sketch on the same digital canvas through the miracle of the internets. In addition to its use as a teaching tool, it's also a heck of a lot of fun!
The rather crude skeletons and musculature on the right side of the image were created as demonstrations for my mentee. The hand-shaped creature and the beans in the middle was part of a larger sequence of absurdity, the type that can only happen when people are interacting online. The name "Stanley" below the middle bottom creature is related to another episode of randomness. Incidentally, that creature design also shows the influence of all those dragon-wolf type creatures that you see so often around DeviantArt.
The creature on the middle left, the skeleton, is a beetle rhinoceros, as opposed to a rhinoceros beetle.
Nothing much to say about the rest of this, except that it was very fun.