ya know what hidden even though I cant put it in your contest , my fault btw LOL, its still a picture for you damnit
hmmm btw I know your going to love this picture, but not as much as I love you
Anqet (Anket, Anuket, Anjet, Anukis) was an Old Kingdom goddess related to the Nile in the Aswan area. She was 'She Who Embraces', a name indicating that she was probably thought to hold the Nile in her arms, and thus was related to the banks of the Nile as well. Originally a daughter of the sun god Ra, she became either the wife or the daughter of Khnum. She was also a goddess of the hunt whose sacred animal was the gazelle.
Anqet was generally depicted as a woman wearing a tall headdress made either of reeds or of ostrich feathers, often holding a sceptre and the ankh symbol. The headdress was probably of Nubian origin. She was, very occasionally, shown in the form of a gazelle. The water goddess' link to the gazelle was probably because the Egyptians saw these animals always around water. As a huntress, she was probably thought to be fleet of foot and agile like the gazelle.
There is an ostracon on which she is depicted in the form of a gazelle and called 'Lady of Heaven' and 'Mistress of the Gods'.
As 'She Who Embraces' she represented the banks of the Nile and the islands in the Aswan area. Her specific islands were Setet Island (Sehel island) and Abu (Elephantine) island. It is probable that she was of Nubian origin and that she was a goddess of everything south of the Egyptian border, but she had been worshiped by the First Cataract since the Old Kingdom. It is to be noted that she was also worshiped throughout northern Nubia, and was not a goddess confined to Egypt itself. Because of this, she was given the title of "Mistress of Nubia".
Despite being the daughter of Ra, during the New Kingdom she was placed in the Abu triad with Khnum and Satet, as either the daughter or wife of the god. It is probable that she was already linked with the goddess Satet - inscriptions from earlier times had her name along side that of Satet - and when Satet was paired with Khnum, naturally Anqet went with her. Together the three water-related deities were thought to protect the Nile's cataracts, especially near the First Cataract and the islands in the Aswan area. This was the area that the Egyptians believed was the source of the Nile, where it flowed up from the underworld and into the land of Egypt.
Anqet's temple on Setet Island was called as "Amen-Hery-Ab" ('Amen's Heart is Content' where she was known as the 'Lady of Setet Island'. Her temple on Iat-Rek (Philae) island was called "Per-Mer" ('House of Love'. At "Per-Mer" she was identified with Nephthys due to Satet's links with the goddess Isis and Khnum's link with Osiris. However both goddesses were connected with Isis, taking on the attributes of fertile waters as well as being a form of the star Sirius.
Alright so shes not just goddess of the nile, not even the full nile actually , but I like her.
she also is the goddess of fertility but I doubted you all wanted to see THAT now did you?...
as far as stock goes I got inspired by a single picture, and made it from about 2, with alot of painting over. Which youll get the run through right now.
has lots of sexy, beautiful photos
:note Sexy art and photos makes thorn smile alot:
he has a very lovely photo that caught my eye while looking for stock...and sadly it wasnt stock *pouts* [link]
now...before I get a bunch of mean evil notes going...
"you bitch you used none stock" i'll tell you ahead of time...
I did not thank you...
I used [link] for the base
coped skin coloring from[link] which im not sure if thats bad or not, but if it is i'm sure i'll hear about it.
Seeing I LOVED how the skirt/cloth was I coped the style and folds and such very carefully by drawing many triangles and such with my little friend "free hand selection tool", and used alot of colors and "lighten/darken brush"
As for her skin, you say...I spent most of yesterday that I spent online, painting the girl and makeing sure she looked....realish
as for the rest of it, credits are below...
why the song and dance over her, you wont believe how many ppl would jumpy my ass if I HAD copied her and used none stock...includeing the picture taker who posted her...
So as some of you might see this ramble as pointless. I see it as about 900 notes less I have to go through explaining how I made the girl...
One last thing you ask, why is the moon so big?...
MY PICTURE MY MOON, MWHAHAHAHAHHAAHHAAH! suckers!
Beautiful picture! And a big thank-you for including the mythology. Polytheistic pantheons and their respective lore are so wonerfuly rich and speak a lot about the civilizations that worshiped them. Thank you for contributing this to the art community and sharing some information on a part of an ancient cuture that some may have not known about!
By the way, to monotheistic individuals, I had no intention to insult you or your chosen religion. If I came off that way, you have my apologies.
I am very interested in this artwork for a magazine cover for Visions Magazine. Please contact me directly at: email@example.com I would need your one paragraph professional bio (your name and location) and high resolution photo of you. Thanks, Tara, Editor
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`anmari has been spreading her infectious positivity throughout our community for over 6 years. Throughout this time Ana has been at the core of all things devious, passionately developing an eclectic gallery, helping organise devmeets, participating in chat events and also recently completed dedicating her time as a Community Volunteer. We are absolutely delighted to bestow the Deviousness Award for May 2013 to `anmari, congratulations! Read More