Avengers Neo- Demeter Picture

This is a picture of a character from my Marvel/Power Rangers/TMNT fanfiction story world.
Decided to finish off some pictures of the Greek gods in my Marvel inspired Olympian pantheon.
This is Demeter, the Goddess of the Harvest, grain, plants and fertility in ancient Greek mythology, known to the Romans as Ceres. She is the daughter of Cronus and Rhea, and the sister of Zeus, Hera, Pluto, Neptune and Hestia. She is also the mother of Persephone, who was her favoured child. When Persephone was abducted by Pluto to be his queen of the Underworld, Demeter grew upset and refused to let anything grow in her despair and desperation to find her daughter. Eventually, Pluto was forced to return Persephone, due to pressure from the other gods, but due to partaking in food of the underworld, the seeds of a pomegranate, she was bound to spend a part of the year in the Underworld with Pluto, and was allowed to spend the rest of the year with her mother on Earth. When Persephone is on earth, plants flourish and grow, but when she is in the underworld, plants wither and die, or so the myth goes.
When worship of the Roman Gods faltered, Demeter retreated like the other Olympians, awakening only when the Corona Aurora was completed. Demeter returned to life on Olympus, and was reunited with her daughter Persephone, who had retreated from her husband after he had gone mad during the years of their banishment, no longer bond to the Underworld in this new incarnation of the Gods. Demeter did little to interfere with the affairs of mortals, who had long moved on from her worship, but was convinced to help the Avengers against the machinations of Hades by Persephone.
Demeter possesses all the standard powers of an Olympian, being immortal and physically very strong. She is a master of nature, and can make plants grow around her and bend their shape as she so desires.
I drew her here in both a revealing outfit and more modest dress.
I made this picture from Dolls I found here www.angelfire.com/on3/lilyshan… by the artist Lilly and it is used with permission.
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