Walter Foster imprint, it's 128 pages and available in paperback format.
The book follows a logical, easy progression. The general introduction covers tools and materials, along with a short treatment of breaking subjects down into geometric shapes and refining them, adding details, shading and texture. It separates the drawing process into technical elements which
can be studied and mastered by any student with practice.
The next couple of chapters are full of tutorials for dragons (western and eastern), wyverns, wyrms, centaurs, fairies, and 8 more.
The fourth and final section gives a short tutorial with projects for adding color with markers, colored pencils, and watercolors. There is a small amount of filler in the page content with 'practice pages' scattered throughout, but there is a lot of good instructional content here. I found a lot of useful information and added a couple of sketches to my sketchbook based on the siu riu (Japanese water dragon).
This would make a super gift with a set of pencils or drawing materials for learning
realistic anatomy based graphic fantasy art.
Disclosure: I received an ARC at no cost from the author/publisher for review purposes