Scylla Picture

This was the fourth in a series of four drawings that I did for my last drawing class.
I copied the face and figure of portraits done by Leonardo Da Vinci, but I altered them to make them into mythological figures (all from Greek mythology). Each figure is meant to appear serene and beautiful, as each of these women were before, for whatever reason they brought the wrath of either the Gods or man down upon themselves. I was trying to make a comment on the public and the private personality, meaning how we perceive ourselves to be and how the world sees us and the things we do.
This is Scylla, a former sea nymph who was being pursued by a few Gods and men at the same time. She wanted nothing to do with them, but their wives got jealous and cursed her. They made her into a three headed, man-eating sea monster.
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