Beluga Goddess and Narwhal God Picture

Beluga Goddess and Narwhal God

full view for detail (though this is a photo and not a scan, so it looks better in real life. Yall know how it is).

The Story...

Before humans, but after the creation of the world, Karijiana was many things. She was the sun, the midnight star, the flowers under the sea, the amber, and of course the Beluga. D'miezak'r was also many things. He was the moon, the sea and the fish in the sea, the silver and the heart's blood... and of course the Narwhal.

The Narwhal and the Beluga loved each other deeply, and met at midnight on any night there was a crescent moon in the sky. Beluga rode to Narwhal with the midnight star on her back, and Narwhal so delighted in her beauty that he brought her all the nourishing fish in his seas. In thanks, and to show her own love for him, she grew great gardens of flowers and shells in his waters.

Such gardens have long perished now, though some places remain where one can glimpse a pearly shell or luminous flash of what once was. But Beluga and Narwhal still meet on some midnight nights in the cold and icy North, to share the love of Karijiana and D'miezak'r; the Sun and the Moon.


(mixed media on A3 illustrator's board (11.7 x 16.5in) in watercolour pencil, regular pencil, acrylic, metallic paint, fineliner and faber castell textas).
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