Pan's Death Picture


I got the inspiration of doing this photomanipulation from the Percy Jackson & The Olympians series.

It is a scene when Poseidon's son, Percy, and his satyr friend, Grover, meet with Pan, the greek god of nature.
Here is the extract from the book:

“But gods can’t die,” Grover said.
“They can fade,” Pan said, “when everything they stood for is gone.
When they cease to have power, and their sacred places disappear.
The wild, my dear Grover, is so small now, so shattered, that no god can save it. My realm is gone.
That is why I need you to carry a message. You must go back to the council.
You must tell the satyrs, and the dryads, and the other spirits of nature, that the great god Pan is dead. Tell them of my passing. Because they must stop waiting for me to save them. I cannot.
The only salvation you must make yourself.
Percy Jackson & The Olympians - The Battle of the Labyrinth

I know that Pan is actually a satyr, but I couldn't find one, and this boy image was perfect.

It took me about 5 or 6 hours in Photoshop CS2.

The image is available for download on it's original size: 1280x1024.

Stock of the Boy: [link]
Stock of the Landscape: [link]
Stock of the Healthy Tree: [link]
Stock of the Dead Tree: [link]
Stock of the Sky: [link]
Stock of the Tiger: [link]
Stock of the River: [link]

That's all!

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