Man, working on this in poor light wasn't easy.
Anyways, I promised I'd explain this image a bit more, so here it goes. This is just a little something I wanted to do for my own real entertainment. Don't expect to see these girls popping up much (if at all) this year - because all my attention is on Zuri and her sisters. These girls were just something I was thinking of...maybe the original world of Zuri's connects to another, where four new elements rein over it. I couldn't help but doodle something up for fun. :3
Thus, I created four extra goddess. Not sisters, but cousins. Below are the details for each of them, though like I said: Don't expect them to show up in any art for a reallllllyyyyyy long time (asides maybe the dark-skinned girl...because I love her so
Stuff in italics
is how to pronounce their names. :3
Goddess of Lightning:
She's the oldest of the four girls, and reins over the element of Lightning. Unlike the slim figures of most of my other goddess, she has a slightly stronger-built lower-body (I've never tried to portray this before, so my appologies if she's too slim in the thighs from what some may expect, though I think I did okay with her). Usually, you can't see her outfit...Her cloak that's thrown over her shoulders here usually covers up her whole body - removed only when she's moving (a rather energetic girl). Orange is the colour usually used to represent her.
Goddess of Ice:
The Second oldest of the four. I wanted to use purple as her colour because it did give off a rather cool look (and I wanted to reserve white for the fuzz on her clothes). She's the palest of all 8 goddess, mostly from her cold element that she controls. Her hair is very fine and done up in a tight bun - and clothes are made of silk (both solid and see-through) and fake fur (My goddess' do not belive in killing for fashion
). Her symbol was the hardest to come up with...mainly because I wanted something 'ice-like', but still simplistic enough. It's the result of a snowflake pattern I made, then simplified down (x8).
Goddess of Wood:
Sakura (Cherry) Blossom
I never thought pink and brown would go together like this, but I love the result! I love it so very much! I know pink might seem like a strange colour to use for wood, but I didn't want to make the colours too....dull? Alongside my original four girls. Besides, brown would have clashed with her skin colour!
She is the youngest of these four girls. Her symbol was actually an original design for Midori (goddess of Earth) but I lsot the sketchbook it was in. I found it last week, and figured the seed-like symbol with the leaves would be perfect for 'wood'. I REALLY want her dress and that gold clasp that goes over her shoulders and chest/back. X___X
Goddess of Stone:
The second youngest of the four - and the toughest too. Very cliche to have the goddess of stone have the brute, tough-girl attitude, but I wanted her that way...but she's not as dull-witted as you may think. Her arms are fully covered in wraps, though you can't see much from this image...stones tend to adorn her body. Grey was the obvious colour choice for her, too.
I is done!
Media: PrismaColor Markers, Tria Markers, Copic Markers, Copic (sketch) markers, Copic (Comic) Markers, Pro Markers, Hybrid Gel Pen, Sakura Paint Pen.
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