Huitzilopochtli confronts Coyolxauhqui Picture

Another fast drawing from my daily used, latest sketchbook:
Huitzilopochtli is the patron of Mexico and the Mexica god of war. Born in Coatepec (Serpent Mountain) as a fully armed adult from the virgin Earth Goddess Coatlicue, Huitzilopochtli defended his mother from his previous brothers, the Centzonhuitznahua (four hundred southerners) led by his sister, Coyolxauhqui, a moon deity. Here, I depicted Huitzilopochtli with a bird-like mask of jade and obsidian stones and with feathers, just like the way that Huitzopoca, one of the CUETZPALIN Mythos' Characters obviously inspired by him (besides Tezcatlipoca), is. His weapon is the Xiuhcoatl.
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