Hey there. I have a question. I was planning to get a tattoo and I really wanted a design with Athena and her owl like extremely detailed and vivid. I'm turning 19 and I was planning on getting a tat for my birthday! and kind of hopeful that my first tattoo isnt shit or done by a shitty tattoo artist, I really like how you capture her and i notice this was a while back so I am confident that your skills have increased (x if you're interested I'd like you design it. IF you want to and are interestd just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org . To be honest i didnt notice the unsymmetrical wings. I think you have original art and are very skilled . I hope you would be willing to do this lol. Or add me on Facebook. Jered Poli-Camagong
Thank you for your interest, unfortunately I can't. I'm unable to focus and invest my time and effort in art in general due to my real job and since you are looking for a high quality piece, it'd be best to find other more qualified artist than I am at the moment. If you truly want a tattoo that has a similar feel to my Athena piece, you have my permission to use it as reference for whomever you'll pick to work on your tattoo. I wish you best of luck and sorry for such a late reply
this is great! if you are looking for more suggestions on what to draw, i suggest more greek goddesses/ gods. cause i have been looking and your interpretation is one of the best i have seen of athena. the twins Apollo and Artemis are less known ones- if you want to be "outside the box".
i love how you draw this. she looks a bit more approachable, perhaps because of her lanky-er figure. she looks almost teenage, but very wise...i love how you focus on nobility instead of her outer shell, all the other pics i've seen she's way curvy and stuff but your art bring out beauty through purity...i love it.
They do but, I have a couple of friends who research just about all of the types of ancient armor of all cultures and times as well as weapons and fighting styles; and they say that scale plate armor is more Roman than it is Greek. This is just me but, "I" would picture her wearing 1 solid breast plate that covers her chest and most of her abdomen, with patterns or decorations hammered into the breast plate. Like I said it still nice. I myself would "assume" that Greeks didn't start making scale armor till Roman started to influence them. I could be wrong though. Besides your depiction is just another depiction of Athena just like the rest of the depictions of her except yours has your own influence.