The Horned God Picture

Did I ever mention how much I hate construction paper? Yes? Well I'll say it again: I hate construction paper. Now that that's out of the way, on with the commentary.
We were meant to make a circular design... thing (I know there's a name for it, but I don't care), and a recurring thing everyone was doing with it was mythological figures, mainly gods. I'm not one for giving in to conventions, but I'm a huge sucker for mythology. However, like I just said, I'm not one for giving into conventions, so i went with a less obvious approach, mainly dealing with a more obscure character. I've been going through an interest in paganism and neo-paganism, so I went with a modern figure in paganism; the Horned God.
A symbol of the hunt, fauna and all masculine aspects of nature, the Horned God felt appropriate as I'm pretty much the only male in the classroom. Seriously. There's 14 girls, Ms. Edmonson and myself. For the same reason, I had to tone down the phallic symbols, something the Horned God is also highly associated with.
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