Two grannies and an axe

If anything in the Universe were sensible, nothing would happen

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Orion “The Hunter” and Artemis :’(
I believe someone asked for a sketch of them in this kind of situation a while ago. Or maybe it was a more “romantic” request? I can’t remember! But I can say I love them both. Besides, Orion is probably the most beautiful winter constellation.
This can also be seen as one perfect example of a friendship/love relationship between a virgin goddess and a mortal man without sex involved ;) I ship them, OF COURSE.

Orion “The Hunter” and Artemis :’(

I believe someone asked for a sketch of them in this kind of situation a while ago. Or maybe it was a more “romantic” request? I can’t remember! But I can say I love them both. Besides, Orion is probably the most beautiful winter constellation.

This can also be seen as one perfect example of a friendship/love relationship between a virgin goddess and a mortal man without sex involved ;) I ship them, OF COURSE.

Filed under Orion orion the hunter Greek Mythology greek goddesses Artemis Diana sketches

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Anonymous asked: athena is a virgin goddess, she has no interest in a relationship whatsoever

Totally. She’s a badass, and my favourite goddess. But one of the signs that I absolutely love a character/mythologybeing is that I want to ship him/her with someone I like too!

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Hi there!!

I’ve been absent for so long I couldn’t remember if I posted something here to justify it, so I checked and… I didn’t. Soon I will post more drawings again, I hope, when I finish all my work this last horrible month and I will also answer all the messages I’ve received. Sorry for all this silence, specially the people to whom I promised I’ll try to draw their ideas, and to all who asked for requests and commissions, I will come back soon!!

Thank you for everything, let’s see if I can survive this course! ;)

Arbetta

Filed under arbetta so sorry i'll come back soon! please wait for me!

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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

Filed under Rhea rea titanes Greek Mythology greek goddesses

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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