winged goddess

AMREN! Oh gosh how I love her!

This drawins represents the scene in ACOMAF in which


Amren fighst agains the winged creatures rising her hands and making them die with her illusions… CAN SHE BE ANY GREATER??’

“”””””””””spoilers end”””””””””””

This was going to be a quick sketch but I got carried away hahaha Hope you like it!


For it is in passing that we achieve immortality. Through this, we become a paragon of virtue and glory to rise above all. Infinite in distance and unbound by death, I release your soul, and by my shoulder, protect thee.
(Here’s the Pyrrha goodies I promised…I really wanted to memorialize her. ❤️)

Abbott Handerson Thayer (1849-1921)
“A Virgin” (1893)
Oil on canvas

Thayer began this group portrait of his children, Gladys, Mary, and Gerald, soon after the untimely death of their mother in 1891. He originally envisioned the central figure, Mary, as Flora, the Greek goddess of flowers, but as the work progressed he decided to make her a Greek “Victory” figure instead, with clouds billowing behind her like wings.

The model for Mary’s dramatic stance is the famous Hellenistic sculpture in the Louvre, the Nike of Samothrace, known as the Winged Victory.