So my first though t when I saw it was that you created a picture of the Morrigan from Irish mythology. Then, I read your story. I was overwhelmed by the details you put into your artwork and the story behind it. I love the dark over tones in the piece and I am most enthralled by the ravens.
It is almost a shame that this isn't the Morrigan; the ravens could easily symbolize Macha and the Babd.
Nonetheless, this is definitely one of my favorite pieces non the site right now.
Aye! That indeed. But I do admire old irish folk tales and mythology. All very juicy stuff :) Thanks for the wonderful review!
This is just excellent... And inspirational.
It's like a new kind of mythology; where once, a delightful woman gained extremely powers: The eye of God: immortality, source of the ether, sparkle of life, the true spirit; and The eye of Reason: wisdom, science, the power to create, the power to destroy, the knowledge of the matter.
But then she was cursed for abusing her powers, creating and destroyimg everything in her path. Corrupting the world, so the creation of corruption began. She lost her humanity; her soul, her heart, and all the things she loved once. But when she realised her madness, it was too late. But in her repentance she gained her heart, her soul, her counsciousness. She gained Hope, a hope as bright as light, emanating from her heart...
And a task remained; an endless task: protect the life of the many corrupted forces she created with the corrupted forces she gained.
Thank you :) Great insight!
Utsuho Reiuji anyone?
Incredibly beautiful! The best I've seen in quite sometime.
Really nice and beautiful but creepy and scary at the same time.Drawing is very interesting,keeping your attention at the girl and the two crows,with the curious simbols of science and religion.Which one is the beast and the saint?
Also the position of the crows and the expression of the girl reminded me about "The Darkness".Am I right? :P
Thanks! :) The Darkness, the video game? :o If so, I did play the second one a bit but not far at all. It is interesting you say that as I didn't get any inspiration from it.
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