Two grannies and an axe

If anything in the Universe were sensible, nothing would happen

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Sketch of Rhea, one of my favourite “titaness”, and “Mother of Gods”.
She basically saved everyone by giving her awful husband Cronus a stone in diapers instead of her last son, Zeus. He had already eaten Hestia, Hades, Demeter, Poseidon and Hera (in that order)… because he was sure one of his sons/daughters would be much more powerful than him. He was right, of course, but eating them was taking the prediction a little bit too far, right? But then Rhea was so fed up with this stuff he gave him a stone like it was little Zeus and he ate the stone. Why? Because he was crazy.
Poor Rhea! It’s a good thing all their sons got “free” in the end and ruled the world hehehe

Sketch of Rhea, one of my favourite “titaness”, and “Mother of Gods”.

She basically saved everyone by giving her awful husband Cronus a stone in diapers instead of her last son, Zeus. He had already eaten Hestia, Hades, Demeter, Poseidon and Hera (in that order)… because he was sure one of his sons/daughters would be much more powerful than him. He was right, of course, but eating them was taking the prediction a little bit too far, right? But then Rhea was so fed up with this stuff he gave him a stone like it was little Zeus and he ate the stone. Why? Because he was crazy.

Poor Rhea! It’s a good thing all their sons got “free” in the end and ruled the world hehehe

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Old drawing of Calypso, the famous nymph who “imprisoned” Odysseus for seven (or five) years in her island, to make him her immortal husband.
She finally lets him go because he wants to be with his wife, Penelope, and Zeus tells Calypso to just cut it out. This gurl just wanted to have an affair with a hero, just like everybody else!

Old drawing of Calypso, the famous nymph who “imprisoned” Odysseus for seven (or five) years in her island, to make him her immortal husband.

She finally lets him go because he wants to be with his wife, Penelope, and Zeus tells Calypso to just cut it out. This gurl just wanted to have an affair with a hero, just like everybody else!

Filed under Calypso Calipso la odisea sketches the oddysey greek goddesses

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Anonymous asked: have you seen secret of kells? zagreus' cute little cat buddy reminds me of pangur ban.

Hi! That’s great because Pangur Ban was my inspiration for the cat spirit! ;) I love that movie! So glad you saw Pangur Ban in this! :D

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Anonymous asked: I really love your drawings of Hades and Persephone! :D Is it ok if you could maybe draw them hugging and saying 'I love you'? That would be awesome! :)

Thanks a lot!!! Hmmm… let me see… I think I have something like that… There you go, hope you like it! :D

(the love you thing is implied I hope :P)

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A simple sketch of Cress, heroine of the book of the same name, third installment of the Lunar Chronicles. I have to finish a commission of this amazing story ;)
No, she’s not Rapunzel with shorter hair hehe But her story is inspired by the fairy tale :D

A simple sketch of Cress, heroine of the book of the same name, third installment of the Lunar Chronicles. I have to finish a commission of this amazing story ;)

No, she’s not Rapunzel with shorter hair hehe But her story is inspired by the fairy tale :D

Filed under cress the lunar chronicles sketches

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Anonymous asked: Can you draw Rapunzel and Anna hanging out together? I loooove how you draw!

Thanks a lot, glad you like my stuff! :D I want to draw one with Elsa, Anna and Rapunzel together but, for now, here’s a drawing I did long ago:

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Anonymous asked: Zagreus is actually another name for Dionysus. In the orphic mythology he was named zagreus. His parents are Zeus and Persephone. What happened is that the titans became jealous of Zegreus(dionysus) and tore him to pieces. Then Zeus came and killed the titans with his lightning. Zeus grabed what was left of Zagreus (his heart) and sawed it to his thigh. Some time later Dionysus was born again.

I know… and I think it’s horrible! (The Zeus/Persephone thing). In fact, I didn’t know Zagreus was a god until some people asked me to draw him as “Hades son”… so I went to look for some info and… wow. So I thought ok, I can draw this “dark Dionysus” thing, or I can pretend Zeus is Zeus Katachthonios: HADES, and that he’s another gloomy-cute son of Hades and Persephone, because that’s what I’d like to see and draw… so I kinda took the things I liked from Zagreus and invented a new god :D Sorry to everyone who may not like it, but thanks to you now I can explain that this Zagreus is not the “real” one, but my ideal one ^_^

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Anonymous asked: You should do more Ares drawings<3

I will! ^_^ He’s fun to draw, so cocky and silly, I like him secretly :D