We are used to seeing mythical creatures depicted as tall and strong warriors, or old bearded wizards. After all, killing beasts or casting spells requires strength and experience. But the enlightened Rudy Siswanto from Hong Kong decided to turn our preconceived notions upside down, depicting them as babies.

From Medusa to the Minotaur and many more, they still look amazing, only they are so small you can imagine them napping in the middle of the odyssey.

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#1 Medusa & Gargoyle

Siswanto hails from Indonesia and currently works for Riot Games. Baby bestiary is a client project that I did when I was working at Caravan Studio. It was for a crowdfunding project for Metal Weave Games. They came up with the idea for an RPG book with baby creatures and I helped them on the visual side. I contributed. in the first 2 volumes and I helped them with the artistic direction.

#2 Griffin foal

Through this project, I have learned a lot, not only to create baby versions of different well-known creatures but also to observe animal details, such as their gestures, proportions, or how they move, adding that it has helped him create more fantastic creatures. credible in general.

#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 hails from Indonesia and currently works for Riot Games. Baby bestiary is a client project that I did when I was working at Caravan Studio. It was for a crowdfunding project for Metal Weave Games. They came up with the idea for an RPG book with baby creatures and I helped them on the visual side. I contributed. in the first 2 volumes and I helped them with the artistic direction.

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