Friday Illustration : Myth

Thanks to Tom’s posts on the Illustration Friday challenge I decided to try it out too! This week’s challenge (week of January 18th) was on the word Myth.

Apshara_original art.

An Apsara (also spelled as Apsarasa) is a female spirit of the clouds and waters in Hindu and Buddhist mythology. -  Wikipedia.


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8 Responses to Friday Illustration : Myth

  1. Deb says:

    I love it, Shree! :)


    • shreejacob says:

      Thank you Deb :D Let you in on a secret..When I showed the drawing to my sister, she said the boobs looked a little wrong! teehee and I think I agree..but lucky it’s an art it can be explained away :P


  2. jay53 says:

    I like it! You captured the essence of a dancing lady of the air! And I didn’t notice anything wrong about the boobs.


    • shreejacob says:

      Hello Jay! Thank you for dropping by and commenting!:) I did struggle a bit wondering what to draw and had actually decided maybe I’d start with the next week’s topic…but a little girl’s room break inspiration happened..LOL.


  3. says:

    Ooooh! I just started drawing again and I’m so glad I found your blog because I’m gonna start using for inspiration!

    PS- I like her boobs. Voluptuous!


    • shreejacob says:

      Hello Kristin and thank you for the comment :) yup..that’s one of the cool things about the internet…virtual communities passing the good things forwards :D Glad you found illustration Friday :)


  4. I like it, Shree… she has the currents swirling around her as she dances!


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