Ink and graphite.
Danut ©2009-2013, Faeorain
Ink and graphite, roughly 7 x 10″. It’s been some time since I’ve drawn something new…sort of lost the desire to draw for awhile. There was an art exchange meme on DeviantArt for the holiday season, and we posted up some info about ourselves, and arranged commission trades with people. My partner wanted either a faun or mermaid. I went with the mermaid option, and this was the result
Resting on the Shore © 2012, Faeorain
Aquarius ~ Ink and graphite. Aquarius is the eleventh sign in the zodiac, is an Air sign and it originates from the constellation Aquarius. Under the Tropical Zodiac sign ( birth date Jan. 21 to Feb. 18 ). This sign is symbolized by the water bearer who showers the world with new life, thoughts and ideas. This sign is ruled by the planets Saturn and Uranus.
Aquarius © Copyright 2012 Faeorain
Capricorn ~ Ink and graphite. Capricorn is the tenth astrological sign in the Tropical Zodiac ( birth date from Dec. 22 to Jan. 21 ) It is an introvert sign, earth sign and one of the four cardinal signs. This sign is ruled by the planet Saturn. The sign is often depicted as a goat with a fish tail, and usually as a male. One myth says that when the goat-god Pan was attacked by the monster Typhon, he dove into the Nile; the parts above the water remained a goat, but those under the water transformed into a fish. However, I’ve chosen to represent the sign as a female sea goat.
Capricorn © Copyright 2012 Faeorain
Drawn in graphite with ink, this pagan themed illustration was made for an art trade. The wood nymph plays a song for Cernunnos.
A Song for Him © Copyright 2012 Faeorain
Graphite on natural bristol board. Cernnunos, the Horned One, was the Celitc god of fertility, life, animals, wealth and the underworld.
Cernunnos © Copyright 2012 Faeorain
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