Saturday, October 29, 2016

Selene and Amphitrite

And a couple more little Goddess works, this time experimenting with using a brush for outlines, rather than a pen. They are in colored inks, and are quite small, only an inch and half wide.

This one's Selene, Σεληνη in Greek, the Moon Goddess.

And this one is Amphitrite, Αμφιτριτη in the Greek, the Goddess of the Sea (or one of Them, anyway).

They're very fun, especially the Greek lettering!


Julia Ergane said...

I don't think you need the extra iota after the phi in Amphitrite's name (phi is pronounced with an i sound at the end). As with anything, I can be wrong ;-).

Thalia said...

Well I'd think you'd still need a vowel in there; anyway I was going by the spelling at (, which I'd assume is correct.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Oh, I like Amphitrite's gill-shaped ear!