Phlegethon Picture

I proudly present you Phlegethon
It is hardest wokk I've ever done. It takes about 20 days for me.

In Greek mythology, the river Phlegethon (English translation: "flaming") or Pyriphlegethon (English translation: "fire-flaming") was one of the five rivers in the infernal regions of the underworld, along with the rivers Styx, Lethe, Cocytus, and Acheron. Plato describes it as "a stream of fire, which coils round the earth and flows into the depths of Tartarus."[1] It was parallel to the river Styx. It is said that the goddess Styx was in love with Phlegethon, but she was consumed by his flames and sent him to Hades. Eventually when Zeus accepted her river to flow through, they reunited.

Technical Details:
Original res 4000x3000
About 20 days of work (2-3 hour per day), lots of changes
Number of layers 369 (small stars merged)
Software used:
Photoshop CS 3
3D Studio Max

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