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greek myths!: Scylla, Charybdis

hi! I want to share you an illustration about greek mythology tales I've made using vectors: This two creatures, Scylla and Charybdis were two giant sea monsters. Scylla was a beautiful nymph transformed in an horrendous monster, she was half woman, and half fish. On her torso she had hungry dog heads, on her legs she had snakes and tentacles. She lived in a narrow sea passage. on the other side of the passage, there was Charybdis, am underwater monster that sip the water and the waves with his giant mouth, creating a big whirlpool. People used to say that the distance between Charybdis and Scylla was the distance of an arrow shot, and it was hard for ships that pass there, because if they moved a little by the left, the Charybdis whirlpool would destroy the ship, and if they moved a little by the right, Scylla was going to eat all the crew of the ship. I hope you like it! if you like vector art and mythology suscribe to my profile! I will be going to upload more art soon here :)

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