Moon Goddess Chang'e Picture

Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as Zhongqui Festival or Moon Festival.
This festival is associated with a Chinese mythology : legend of Houyi and Chang'e, the Moon Goddess of Immortality.

Today it's Full Moon festival ! That means tonight the moon will be full and very beautiful. If you can, go watch the moon
We eat moon cake (yue bing), carring lanterns, prying and burning incense reverence to deities including Chang'e.
Since I live in France, I don't really celebrate it (apart eating mooncake with tea and prying), though I would like to share a part of my culture. So, I drew this. I wanted to draw Moon Goddess in my style. I so loved to imagine her and draw her clothes ♥. Moon is a feminine symbol, so I really wanted to draw my Chang'e really feminine and with a sweet, maternal look

Moon Goddess Chang'e (c) Chinese Mythology
Charadesign & Art (c) Me
Texture/background from pixiv
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