Well, now that school's back in, and I'm going full-bore in my program, I won't have much time to put up these drawings. But I'll put up stuff when I have a minute.
Like this guy - a large, tapir-like grazer of the african savannah. Though he packs a trunk, the lifestyle of this heavy-set ungulate is much more like that of a rhinoceros - they live mainly solitary lives, only coming together to mate or fight over mating rights. Paentapirs (formerly known as megatapirs - see this initial sketch [link]
) are generally recognizable by their short, flexible trunks, forward-facing tusks, and terrible vision.
The Paentapirids (almost-tapirs) are a diverse group, with members having filled a variety of ecological niches across the old world. (One of the larger northern species is featured in the hunting fresco of this mesolithic hunting illustration [link]