Fiona, V.2: 'Innocent of all but malice'

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Lisa Luxton

'. . . and I, of course, am innocent of all but malice.' I love digital abstractions. I tried to keep the rough, colorful crayon feel when I did the background. For those of you who've gotten here from the news page and not seen the original pic, this is Fiona, the powerful and morally ambiguous sorceress with a Psyche the size of Canada, if Canada were a sledgehammer. (DRPG reference, sorry.) Well. She's a character from the Amber novels by Roger Zelazny, and she was just begging to be drawn in crayons, and now I've PhotoPaint'd her into a Trump . . . I took down the crayon version, but the way it happened, this character is perfect for crayons. BTW, my religious symbol is an upright pentagram. The logo here belongs to Satanists and scheming Amberites (it's Fiona's symbol.) It's also used by second degree witches in a few traditions to symbolize how they've still got a long way to go. Besides which, no symbol has an entirely single identity. The swastika was around long before the Nazis used it. Which is not to suggest that all Satanists are Nazis, though some of them probably are. (Sorry, just had to get the explanation off my chest before the Fundies came in. ;-))

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