Hestia of the Hearth

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Hestia of the Hearth

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Hestia of the Hearth, the last Olympian.

I recently re-read the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, and rekindled my love for some of the Gods and divine beings. Amongst my favourites are Hestia, Artemis, and Hades.

Here we have Hestia, holding the Pithos of Pandora, otherwise commonly known as Pandora's Box.



When he said "the shading on the left foot" he probably meant it was just off proportionally. I can see his point being the left is forward(at least in the kneecap) and somehow has less light shading but really it's the shape of the leg. A simple solution would be just to change the angle of the foot- I'd probably try to go for having the toes in line with the other foot with her heel off the ground to make her right leg the one she's balancing on.

Other than that, FrostDrive p. much said everything I was about to say.

AnglicanEnvoy responds:

Hmm, I think I see what you mean. You know I might just redraw this, the leg is somewhat off thanks to the shading. If I showed the bones it would make sense, but the shading makes the leg look a little twisted

I gotta say...

Her upper arm is too long. and the exaggerated lump for her elbow isn't too appealing. The shading on her left foot also makes it seem like the side of her foot is on the ground. Kinda odd.

The colors are nice though, I'm liking that. :D

AnglicanEnvoy responds:

I'm not sure what you mean by her left foot, but the rest I can see what you mean. I had to put the elbow, I was trying to copy proper anatomy, which was undermined by the length of the upper arm XP

Herp derp to me ^^

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Jan 26, 2012 | 12:10 AM EST
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