Fragment of an ancient Egyptian wall painting showing a woman holding a sistrum (rattle), commonly used in the worship of the goddess Isis. Artist unknown; ca. 1250-1200 BCE (19th Dynasty, New Kingdom). Now in the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore. Photo credit: Walters Art Museum.
hey like maybe don't white wash Egyptian gods. Hollywood white washes Egyptian culture enough as it is
I have absolutely no interest in getting into this black\white Egyptians debate. My artwork is purely based on Egyptian wall art and sculpture as well as descriptions of deities from book of the dead. I don’t draw Egyptians, I draw Gods who had blue, black, white, green skin colors, could shapeshift and have animal parts and I don’t see how it can ever be racist.