Saturday, June 18, 2011

A-Sketch-a-Day-Until-Hera #54

Olympians Book 3, Hera: The Goddess and Her Glory is finally coming out July 19th. To commemorate this momentous occasion I will be posting a drawing from my enormous cache of sketchbooks each weekday until Hera hits the shelves. I'll be going through them chronologically, with today's piece coming from a sketchbook from February of 2007.

 More of me playing around with sharpies and pencil sketches, this time drawing the fall of Hera to earth after her regurgitation by Kronos. The reason why she's saying "room # 1402/03" as she falls has been lost to the rigors of time. I actually will do this a lot, write down some temporarily important piece of info in a word bubble coming from a  doodle's mouth (especially in this particular sketchbook, for some reason) and it often makes for a confusing/amusing read later.

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1 comment:

  1. Pretty. In Aphrodite: Goddess of Love, will you show a crimson-red, magenta, or maroon image of a falling Hera (without speech bubble) as a limp form of Aphrodite dripping from Ouranos' severed belly while dropping into the sea of Cyprus