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.
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