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Next up in my urban Aztec deity series:

Xochiquetzal, the Aztec goddess of flowers, beauty, sexual love, and household arts. Protector of young mothers, and is also the mother of Quetzalcoatl, the serpent god.


A work

Nice. It looks like a cross of "Mucha Lucha" (a saturday cartoon i used to watch when i was younger) and "The Simpsons" (i dont think i need to explain wut this cartoon is) It is weird that she was named the goddess of household arts though, but i guess it does make sense since most household arts are trendy.

Vaya vaya !

This is really good
Her expression is amazing
and all the details and elements look awesome

Cheers !


It's stuff like this that gets me motivated to start doin' some artwork muhself'

This Picture Does Indeed Look Divine.

This art has that sort of Spanish flaire fused with the Japanese sex appeal in it. In other words, like other art I've reviewed, it has enough sex appeal without going all Hentai. This portrait also seems hippie- trippy. So trippy in fact that it onvinced my 70's friend to remember and tell his view on Woodstock and marijuana (which actually doesn't take much). Through the trippiness, I could also see a sense of an aura made of the flowers and art around her.
Now the reason I'm giving this picture a 9/10 is because by medical precaution rule, I must warn the other viewers/critics/fappers that this picture has a slight chance of seizures. At any point I would like to thank you for introducing me to through sensual art to the goddess with the name I'm not even gonna bother trying to pronounce.

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4.45 / 5.00

Jul 20, 2009 | 5:29 AM EDT
File Info
800 x 1694 px
755.5 kb
  • Daily 5th Place 07 21, 2009

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