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I'm sure I'm missing some awesome gods, so feel free to tell me about them, because this was a lot of fun to draw.

17th November 2015

Tagged in Artemis


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1 year ago #9426610        
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I hear Jesus was hung



Aryllia

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1 year ago #9427345        
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I see size queens have been a thing throughout human history XD
So many big dicks. The line between religion and porn is very subtle indeed depending on where you look.



1 year ago #9427147        
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Relatively unrelated comment: is there any way you could bring back the American in Berlin series? I know its been a while on that one and you said the art style is more work, but if you could that'd be really cool.



AgProv

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1 year ago #9425411        
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Herne the Hunter, who being British (specifically English) wears a discreet loincloth but advertises his horniness indirectly by wearing a magnificently large and erect.... set of stag's antlers on a human body.

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1 year ago #9424060        
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Isn't Freya a fertility goddess, too?

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12 months ago #9485746        
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Drawing dicks & titties is always fun. :D



1 year ago #9461969        
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Fun to draw... Well I admit drawing penises and breasts on the long and large sides respectively is good for a few cheap thrills.

Somehow, you got the same thrills. I applaud you, Humon.



1 year ago #9449798        
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A late comment...
Cybele ("Diana of the Ephesians") was
not many-breasted at all. At least one
surviving colossal statue shows clearly
that she is hung round with several of
her votive offerings, the ball-bags of
(former) bulls. With this in mind, it can
be seen that even very much less
detailed statuettes show not-breasts,
with no nipples.
Artemis was invoked to ease the pain
of childbirth (the "arrows of Artemis"),
which doesn't make her a goddess of
fertility, exactly. The idea seems to have
been that labour was her revenge on
women who had abandoned their
virginity.

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1 year ago #9442445        
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Delighted to see some Maori mythology here!



1 year ago #9441997        
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I am increasingly aroused by your art.. Several times over.
I made an account just to comment.
Keep up the great work! =]



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