Greek Goddess Contest
Winners announced!Voting was at <wikipoll:1714>
1st Place:[Moluco] - Diana (or Artemis), goddess of the Moon
2nd Place:[Asrun] - Atropos
3rd Place:[nokturA] - Goddess of earth
Unfortunately, because the Contest creator seems to be no longer active on Elftown, the Art promised to the winners will not be delivered :(
I'm so glad I've gotten so many entries and you've all done a wonderful job...as of now we're taking no more pics and the voting process has ended!
I've actually changed the prizes....I figure I'll award the first prize winner a drawing 8 x 10 by yours truly and the second prize winner a 6 x 9 drawing and all participants will receive a nifty badge :)
] (yay, first to enter) Hehe... My water nymph... by [HydroTemplar
] (someone message me and tell me if i need to put up a better scan, i can't see it very well on my laptop...)
] Diana (or Artemis)
, goddess of the Moon
, not quite finished
] goddess of earth
5. [Bunny of The Moon~
] goddess of love Aphrodite.
a. Ananke Goddess of Fate
b. Brimo Goddess of Death
7. [Dark Side of the Moon
] Aphrodite and Cupid
] The sirens. I had already done this one but i'm going to enter a new one later :)
Keep that benevolent smile and you'll go to places. Upset her or make her jealous and prepare to feel her wrath.
Rocking on the waves of the sea, she is the mother Earth.
a.Goddess of the sea:
b.Circe!! The evil greek goddess who turns men into pigs.
Persephone was the unwilling bride of Hades, and spent part of the year as the vibrant daughter of Demeter, and the other part of the year as the Queen of the Underworld.
The goddess of the moon watches the handsome Endymion as he sleeps...
Aphrodite after her birth.
Selene and Endymion
Atropos, one of the three fates who snips the threads of human life.
The first mortal woman Zeus fell in love with was Niobe, daughter of Phoroneus and the nymph Laodice.
15. [Pnelma Tirian
So yah, I fiddled with the mythology of sirens and this is one and her unfortunate sailor.
17. [Artemis Riddle
18. [Lady of Lore
] "Brizo Watches" She was worshipped by the women of Delos (not the men, for some odd reason) as the Protector of Mariners. Food offerings were set out for her in little boats (no fish, of course). Brizo was (or gave answers to) an oracle who gave answers in dreams about navigation and fishing matters.
"Gaia, Mother earth"
Kalliopé (not at all finished and very strangly changed, but O well ^.^) I hope it was ok to add it even though the dealine has been reached?