Artist Portrays Mystical Creatures In Their Vulnerable Form – When They Were Still Babies (25 Pics)

We’re used to seeing mythical beings depicted as tall, powerful warriors or elderly wizards with beards. Killing monsters or performing spells, after all, necessitates power and experience. However, Hong Kong’s enlightened Rudy Siswanto decided to flip our conventional beliefs on their heads by showing them as newborns.

They still look spectacular, from Medusa to the Minotaur and many others, but they are so little that you can image them dozing in the middle of the Odyssey.

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#1 Medusa & Gargoyle

Siswanto is an Indonesian game developer who presently works for Riot Games. When I worked at Caravan Studio, I worked on a client project called Baby Bestiary. It was for Metal Weave Games’ crowdfunding campaign. They came up with the concept for a baby-themed RPG book, and I assisted them with the visuals. In the first two volumes, I collaborated and assisted with the artistic direction.

#2 Griffin foal

I’ve learnt a lot from this project, not just how to make baby replicas of various well-known creatures, but also how to analyse animal features like gestures, proportions, and how they move, which has helped him build more wonderful creatures, he says. In general, credible.

#3 Freshly hatched hydra

#4 Reptilian

#5 Canarcontes

#6 Simurg puppy

#7 Nightmare

#8 Turtle dragon

#9 Phoenix

#10 Daughter of Medusa

#11 Minotaurito

#12 Little satyr

#13 Krakencito

#14 Unicorn foal

#15 Little primal

#16 Centaur

#17 Tatzelwurm

#18 Harpy

#19 Griffon

#20 Cocatrices

#21 Beithir

#22 Tarasca

#23 Gargolita

#24 Pegasus foal

#25 Sphinxes

Siswanto is an Indonesian game developer who presently works for Riot Games. When I worked at Caravan Studio, I worked on a client project called Baby Bestiary. It was for Metal Weave Games’ crowdfunding campaign. They came up with the concept for a baby-themed RPG book, and I assisted them with the visuals. In the first two volumes, I collaborated and assisted with the artistic direction.

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