Two Faces of the Gorgon Picture

Medium: Ink and colored pen on paper
I drew this as a sort of comparison study. I've depicted Medusa here in two different ways. On the left, I drew her as she is depicted in the original Greek myth. She was said to be very ugly, with tusks like a boar, talons for hands and wings of bronze. On the right, I have Medusa looking more beautiful. She became more human sometime in the Roman era, or perhaps the Renaissance, only still with snakes for hair.
Two Faces of the Gorgon
Medusa's Gallery
Atlas, Bearer of Heavens