The Wendigo II Picture

El Wendigo es parte de la mitologia algoquiana, en estas leyendas eran malevolos espiritus canibales de gran poder, en los cuales los humanos se podian transformar o que podian poseer a los humanos, aquellos que cometieran canibales eran quienes estaban en mas riesgo, eran asociados con el invierno, el frio y el norte asi como con el hambre y la inanicion, tambien eran representacion de la gula, la avaricia y el exceso jamas satisfechos despues de matar y comer una persona, siempre en busqueda de otra victima, en algunas tradiciones los wendigos eran gigantes mucho mas grandes que humanos, cuando un wendigo devoraba a una persona, crecian en relacion a lo comido, por lo cual jamas podrian estar satisfechos. Esta es la tercera version que hago esta es la mas humanoide de las tres ademas le agregue los craneos colgando de la cornamenta, creo que es un buen detalle

The Wendigo is a figure appearing in Algonquian mythology, in these legends, are a malevolent cannibalistic spirits of great power into which humans could transform, or which could possess humans, Humans who indulged in cannibalism were at particular risk. They were strongly associated with the winter, the north, and coldness, as well as with famine and starvation. At the same time, Wendigos were embodiments of gluttony, greed, and excess; never satisfied after killing and consuming one person, they were constantly searching for new victims, in some traditions Wendigos were said to be giants, many times larger than human beings, whenever a Wendigo ate another person, they would grow larger, in proportion to the meal they had just eaten, so that they could never be full. this is the tird version than i made this time is more human than the other also i added the skull hanging from the antlers, i think this is a nice detail
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