|13 Mar 2009|| Dannielle elizabeth wages|
i dont think you could have done better
|14 Apr 2009|| Brianne Smithers|
wow luv the wings!! great job btw
|4 May 2009|| Rachel Serpentine White|
not your best pic, I tink, but still amazing
|14 Jul 2009|| Krystina Leigh Friedel|
She’s beautiful, and for some reason her face reminds me of Drew Barrymore...
|19 Sep 2009|| Mikaela coralee Thoutenhoofd|
you draw amazing wings
|29 Mar 2010|| Sheenam None chandra|
is that the autumn fairy..... i wonder
|17 Jul 2010|| Nick Roberts|
The Tuatha de Dannan were the ’people of Dana’. Dana was a major goddess thought to have lived in Ireland before humans. The fairy folk were considered magical beings, who remained invisible most of the time, and kept themselves to their own affairs most of the time.
I like this depiction of Maeve/Maev/Maive/Meḋḃ/Meaḋḃ/Meadhbh/Méabh/Medb, but I suggest there are really two Medbs: the goddess (of intoxication); the (probably mythological) queen of Connaught. Which do we have here?
If it is the queen of Connaught, I suggest the removal of the wings (pretty as they are) and the flowers, as this Medb was, by all accounts, a bloodthirsty warrior and sexually rapacious. She was no fairy!
I’d welcome the addition of a torc. No Celtic queen should be without a torc.