Man. As you can see, the Goddess of Procrastination is steadfast in her ways. Can’t even believe she wants me to reschedule for tomorrow! It’s, like…the fourth time I’ve asked her too! See for yourself.
So, here are some old Roman full color designs I did a few years back. One was published in Mac Design Magazine (now defunct or sold).
Sneaking into your cabinets, restaurant stock rooms, and your hidden stash of Ritz, this deity is troublesome and frustrating. Temples built to him are usually quickly in shambles as people tend to return the favor he has bestowed upon them. Very little can appease this god, only distract him. Try to leave extra packets or the stale ones out at night for him to find and destroy!
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With the encouragement from a friend, and the fact that I realized I don’t WANT to work on my drawing and sketching skills as much as I thought i did AND realizing I LOVE the creative challenge, I have decided to leave the Greek Mythology behind.
Not Native American.
The new Mythos I will be creating from is….
…wait for it….
We will be exploring the new Gods of the earth today.
Traditionally, gods were created in mythology to explain naturally occurring events, explain things that have occurred in the past, or give personalities to phenomena.
Today… we begin with….
Update: Quesiton, should I add mythology stories for each creation? Here is a stab at Chad (added after original post)
Chad was conceived after his mother, Selma Lou, and father, Chuck Jr., were enchanted by the magical powers of the wizardly potions of Captain Morgan, a ruthless pirate, and shooters of Cuervo. His birth was somewhat of a surprise and he was raised on the brown nectar of cocoa-coala which gave him the powers of speed and agility. When he reached a certain age, the cocoa-coala no longer helped him. He quested and went to many lands to finally defeat the Star crowned mermaid named “Buck” who granted him a grand goblet of ever flowing mocha.