Greek Mythology - Scylla Picture

A part of my final project for 2D design class, fall 2007 semester, which was a 2x3-inch book about different influences on Greek Mythology, as well as the influences it's had on the world.

This is Scylla. Her entry read:

"Scylla (sometimes "Skylla") was once a beautiful nymph, but the influence of a poison in her bathing pool, put there by a jealous sorceress, transformed her into a monster with six long necks adorned with canine heads and a fish tail from the midsection."

India Ink on paper.
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