Theseus: Cretan Minotaur VS Crommyonian Sow
Deep in a forest on the island nation of Crete, not too far from the capital city Knossos, a group of male travelers were hiking came across a cave and a farmland filled with sheep and cattle. The men were about to kill and eat the animals, until they got attacked by the owner, who happened to be a Minotaur, a giant man-bull hybrid monster. The beast ripped 3/5 of the men apart and ate their remains, but the 2 survivors were able escape back to Knossos. There, he sent word to the Cretan king Minos that the last of the Minotaur’s kind had been sighted. King Minos sent his son Androgeus and some soldiers to capture the man-eating abomination, while his other son Catreus assisted the royal architect Daedalus into building a giant maze to lock it up in!
Meanwhile in a small Macedonian village, the Minotaur was stealing the villagers’ farm animals and killing everyone that stood in his way. Then, a monster pig called the Crommyonian Sow came out of no way and picked a figh
This is great! Your depiction of the Minotaur as a hulking, musclebound beast is exactly how I imagine him . Your skill at drawing muscles and anatomy on the whole is extremely impressive, as is your use of lighting and shadow.