121101-The Moirai Picture

A piece done for my 2D Design class. Acrylic on canvas paper.

Probably one of my favorite topics from Greek mythology—the moirai. Clotho, Atropos, and Lachesis, those three goddesses that spun out the life of man, measured its length, and cut it when their time was up.

Ahmed Ibn Fahdlan: How can you sleep at a time like this?
Herger the Joyous: The All-Father wove the skein of your life a long time ago. Go and hide in a hole if you wish, but you won't live one instant longer. Your fate is fixed. Fear profits a man nothing.
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