You've outdone yourself, the atmosphere, the composistion and the way the beak doctor is more bird than man is very well done.
Now to address the comments below, the beak doctors DID have nice smelling things inside their beaks, it wasn't neccessarily posies, someone pointed to the nursery rhyme ring a ring o'roses, which in their minds proves they had posies etc.
Actually the first recorded instance of the rhyme was found to be in 1881, in NORTH AMERICA. It went something like;
"Ring a ring O'rosie
All the boys in town
Call out for little Josie!"
But the thing is most countries have their own variations on this popular rhyme. It's sort of like trying to say who invented toast.
newgrounds.com — Your #1 online entertainment & artist community! All your base are belong to us.