Happy Earth Day!
This is absolutely inspired by Kata-Cthonia’s post here <3 

It made me laugh a lot when I saw it, and it was fun that later I found this picture in “The Myth of the Goddess: Evolution of an image” a book by Jules Cashford and Anne Baring.

Underworld chickens everywhere… 

I finally got my Frozen art book today!
Seriously, these Elsa’s first designs (short + black/blue hair = evil character) make me feel umcomfortable.
My hair is dark and I’ve always loved short and pointy hairstyles like that, but I’m not evil/punk teen/whatever-personality-cliché for choosing such style. I’m so glad Disney team changed its mind about Elsa’s role in movie and we didn’t get another typical villain.

But anyway, this is a cute art book! If you liked the movie you should buy it.

&#8220;Remedios se aproximó e hizo sobre el pescadito algunas preguntas, que Aureliano no pudo contestar porque se lo impedía un asma repentina. Quería quedarse para siempre, junto a ese cutis de lirio, junto a esos ojos de esmeralda, muy cerca de esa voz que a cada pregunta le decía señor con el mismo respeto con que se lo decía a su padre&#8221;.  Cien Años de Soledad - Gabriel García Márquez
Con el paso de los días la noticia de su adiós se vuelve más real&#8230; 
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Last week one of my favorites writers passed away: Gabriel García Márquez. He&#8217;s been always a great inspiration for me.
 This is an illustration from his novel One Hundred Years of Solitude. A translation to the text above: Remedios went over and asked some questions about the fish that Aureliano could not answer because he was seized with a sudden attack of asthma. He wanted to stay beside that lily skin forever, beside those emerald eyes, close to that voice that called him “sir” with every question showing the same respect that she gave her father.

Remedios se aproximó e hizo sobre el pescadito algunas preguntas, que Aureliano no pudo contestar porque se lo impedía un asma repentina. Quería quedarse para siempre, junto a ese cutis de lirio, junto a esos ojos de esmeralda, muy cerca de esa voz que a cada pregunta le decía señor con el mismo respeto con que se lo decía a su padre”.  Cien Años de Soledad - Gabriel García Márquez

Con el paso de los días la noticia de su adiós se vuelve más real… 

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Last week one of my favorites writers passed away: Gabriel García Márquez. He’s been always a great inspiration for me.

This is an illustration from his novel One Hundred Years of Solitude. A translation to the text above: Remedios went over and asked some questions about the fish that Aureliano could not answer because he was seized with a sudden attack of asthma. He wanted to stay beside that lily skin forever, beside those emerald eyes, close to that voice that called him “sir” with every question showing the same respect that she gave her father.

It seems a heavy choice to make… 

And now I am under all.

And it’s over… And I’m going under.

But I’m not giving up.

I’m just giving in.

Never let me go - Florence + The Machine

Everytime I listen to this song I think of Persephone. Although in my mind I change the lyrics from “sea/ocean” to “earth” to make it perfect ;)  

By the way, I got poked by a cactus while taking these pictures… It’s totally a sign from the underworld, isn’t it? 

Here we have the wrong and common interpretations of the PersephonexHades myth.

Version 1: Poor Persephone ate pomegranate seeds because she was starving.  So not true because greek gods are immortal.

Version 2: Hades tricked Persephone to eat the pomegranate seeds. Probably the worst version…

Version 3: Hades forced Persephone to eat the pomegranate seeds. Ok, try grabing pomegranate seeds and stuff them into someone else’s mouth. It’s more likely they will burst between your fingers before you get your victim to eat them… Or your victim could bite your fingers.

You should know that greek goddesses are though, so there’s no way Persephone wouldn’t fight back if she was kidnapped! ;D hope you can tell what the sickle is made for.

But what did actually happen…. it’s another comic.

Second part to this! Ambrosia was used for many things, but this is unexpected&#8230;. 
:D Ok, I swear future comics will be less kinky (such a huge lie ). Actually next comic will be about &#8220;the wrong ways of interpreting Persephone&amp;Hades myth" so you must see it ;)
(And I will make a different post to cry about my gratitude-happiness for likes-reblogs-and-new-followers ;w; I&#8217;m super excited, really)I was impressed to know that some ancient greeks did dye their hair, so in my imagination Persephone dyes her hair into pink-red-orange tones. And Hades&#8230; he is too lazy to dye his hair back to black, and also, he is lazy to comb it so he keeps it short. The reason of why he has such hair and skin color will be told in another comic ;)

Second part to this
Ambrosia was used for many things, but this is unexpected…. 

:D Ok, I swear future comics will be less kinky (such a huge lie ). Actually next comic will be about the wrong ways of interpreting Persephone&Hades mythso you must see it ;)

(And I will make a different post to cry about my gratitude-happiness for likes-reblogs-and-new-followers ;w; I’m super excited, really)

I was impressed to know that some ancient greeks did dye their hair, so in my imagination Persephone dyes her hair into pink-red-orange tones. And Hades… he is too lazy to dye his hair back to black, and also, he is lazy to comb it so he keeps it short. The reason of why he has such hair and skin color will be told in another comic ;)

Ok xD poor Persephone, her parents love dirty jokes.

When I was reading about Eleusinian Mysteries, I read how Baubo made Demeter laugh, making her forget her sadness. So after that I thought, Demeter must think dirty jokes and related are actually funny. 

Excuse me for my english and feel free to correct me ;)

;P if you liked this comic, meet Hades and Thanatos here

Hades, the King of the Underworld and Thanatos, the god of sweet death.Hades really likes flowers and well&#8230; Thanatos&#8230;  :C cheer up boy, we know it was not your fault &lt;3I&#8217;m writing a story (in spanish) based on greek mythology. I reaaaally would like to make a comic of it, but it&#8217;s way too long for that (and I&#8217;m not that great at drawing comics u_u ). But anyway :P I&#8217;ll make short stories &lt;3 hope you enjoy it

Hades, the King of the Underworld and Thanatos, the god of sweet death.
Hades really likes flowers and well… Thanatos…  :C cheer up boy, we know it was not your fault <3

I’m writing a story (in spanish) based on greek mythology. I reaaaally would like to make a comic of it, but it’s way too long for that (and I’m not that great at drawing comics u_u ). 
But anyway :P I’ll make short stories <3 hope you enjoy it

Anónimo asked:

"It's easy to stand with the crowd. It takes courage to stand alone." ;)

:D that’s true, and when you get the courage and face the world you feel so proud of yourself <3

;w; I&#8217;m soooo happy, thanks to my new followers &lt;3 and people who like/reblog my posts of the pomegranate drawing and the lush bath bombs. :3 This is my version of Persephone, the Underworld Queen and goddess of spring.I&#8217;m working on a comic so if you like this myth keep coming by to see more things *w*&#160;!!You can also check my deviantart to see other drawings :)

;w; I’m soooo happy, thanks to my new followers <3 and people who like/reblog my posts of the pomegranate drawing and the lush bath bombs

:3 This is my version of Persephone, the Underworld Queen and goddess of spring.
I’m working on a comic so if you like this myth keep coming by to see more things *w* !!
You can also check my deviantart to see other drawings :)