Preview sketches and a sample page with the monsters I have createdfor Neko Studio’s new artbook!

You can find many other monsters created by me and other artsits, as well as notes, stories and curiosities about them! You will be very inspired by this artbook… trust me! ;)

Here you can see other some sample pages

Neko Studio will bring this artbook and a lot of original gadgets on October 23d. at Kaigai Manga Festa (Comitia118_ More information HERE) in Tokyo Big Sighting! So, take the chance to get your own copy if you are in Tokyo this Sunday. =)

If you are not in Tokyo, but would like to read this artbook (as well as the others where I have partecipated), keep an eye on THE NEW NEKO STUDIO FACEBOOK PAGE to get more information related to the online stores and the next events/projects! :aww:

I take the chance to invite you ALSO on as well to get more updates and see live drawings! ;)

Cerberus is a multi-headed canine beast from Greek mythology. Nicknamed the hound of Hades, he guards the gates to the underworld. He is said to be the son of Typhon and Echidna.

Though most often shown with three heads, there are many different descriptions of Cerberus. One of the first, Hesiod’s Theogony, claims that the hound had fifty heads, while Latin poet Horace gives him one canine head and one hundred serpentine heads.

Cerberus’ most famous appearance is in the tale of the Twelve Labours of Heracles. The hero’s final task is to head into the underworld and bring back Cerberus.

Cerberus had been adapted numerous times in art, literature and cinema. In the modern day, the word is as likely to apply to a race of creatures as it is the one.

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