Cerberus Picture

Two heads, yes I know that Cerberus is usually depicted with three heads, but occasionally only two heads would be described in Greek myth. And I wanted mine to stand out.

Other things:
The flowers are there for a reason too. In some cases, it was said that when Cerberus' saliva touched the ground, the purple flowered plant called Aconite would spring up. Aconite's roots and leaves are extremely poisonous and the Greeks used it in their poisons.
The yellow and black road-like thing on Cerberus' left side is the River Styx. Most of you already know this, but the River Styx is the boundary between the Underworld and the mortal world; it also has the ability to turn any mortal, immortal. Thus, one of the reasons as to why Cerberus was created was to guard the River Styx.

And finally, Sorry about the empty white space, I don't know how to get rid of it...... no, I'm just too lazy to get rid of it.

Please comment and leave all of the nasty ones out, unless you've read this.

P.S. Should I do more Mythological Creatures?
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