Gorgons, togas, and the larger than life gods and goddesses of Ancient Greece.
Medusa has always been one of my favorite mythology figures . And ... well, here comes the rant , I'll never quite forgive Athena for making her like this . Ironically, I've only really seen Medusa in her monster form , and this form , in all its unique fierceness , is what I've always been attracted to . I know I'll probably get a lot pf flack for this ... so I'll just quit while I'm ahead . Enjoy the cute pic .
Rereading the Greek Myths lately and appreciating Hermes' footwear. Also I just like birds. :)
Medusa is an artwork by black pen only. Just tried to make it happen. Hope my work make you feel amazing.
A pixel piece from a comic I've been working on. Pixels have always had soothing quality for me, Its time consuming but enjoyable. Inspired by some surreal dreams, I've always wondered what sort of amazing creatures remain hidden in the depths of the sea.
Gestures and Pencils
Started as the weekly prompt, but I kinda wandered off track. So instead of drawing yin and yang in opposing colors like I sat down to do, the B-Team happened in secondary colors!
This is a part of my Greek Mythology series. I'll upload more here over time. Or you can visit my website www.bschu.net
Two men enter, one man leaves!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6rgygrjNHg&vl=en ... If you've never seen this animated version of the Ballad of Hamantha, please do, its adorable .
Inspired by an image of a bust of the greek goddess Hera. Pencil and watercolour. Day 8 of 14.
Hippocampus, Unicorn, Fairy...
Brush pen doodle of a centaur - idea for a friend who's a Sagittarius.
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A parody of The Discobolus (Discus Thrower), a well-known Greek statue. More about it in this link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Discobolus
When needing the Greek Goddess of Magic and the Triple Moon it comes in handy to have her calling card.
Greek Goddess of wisdom
I like Greek Mythology, so this was something I drew awhile back.
Take me - Poseidon
Greek Goddess of Intuition
Anthousai - Flower nymphs in Greek mythology