Clotho Picture

"The Moirae, or Fates, are three old women who are charged with the destinies of all living beings, including heroes and heroines, and these destinies were represented by a string. They were called Clotho, Lachesis and Atropos.
Clotho would spin the string that represented the life of a living being; Lachesis would measure its length to determine the length of that being's life, and Atropos, the eldest, would cut it when the time was right, thus ending with that being's life."

I decided to draw the three Fates of Greek mythology. This is Clotho, the one who spins the web. There's another legend, though I've been told I'm wrong in believing this, that the three fates share an eye between them (Holla back to Disney's Hercules), so here she is holding the eye that lets them see fate. I've draw Lachesis, too, and next up is Atropos!
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