AMMIT Devourer of the dead Picture

this is AMMIT Devourer of the dead, Devourer of millions

In Egyptian mythology, Ammit was the personification of divine retribution for all the wrongs one had committed in life dwelling in the Hall of Ma'at. Ammit was said to live near the scales of justice, in the underworld, Duat, where the hearts of the dead were weighed by Anubis against the feather in Ma'at's headress. Ma'at was regarded as the presonification of the principles of truth and justice. The hearts of those who failed the test were given to Ammit to devour, and their souls were not permitted to enter Aaru, having to be restless forever - dying a second time.
Ammit was not worshipped, and was never regarded as a goddess. Instead, she embodied all that the Egyptians feared, threatening to bind them to eternal restlessness if they did not follow the principle of Ma'at. Thus Ammit was depicted with the head of a crocodile or dog, the front part of her body like a lion or leopard, and her back part in the form of a hippopotamus, a combination of those animals which were considered as the most dangerous to the ancient Egyptians. Although often referred to as a demon, technically, in destroying evil she acted as a force for good.

very creep description about AMMIT, but, well, this rendition of her, is pretty more harmless.
but she has a secret side, she is kinda a djinn. somehow provide a wish and consume the wisher ... hahahah
neat, isn't it?
hope to ink it and color it, sometime
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