Polymnia Picture

Polymnia - goddess of hymns

From [link]

POLYHYMNIA (or Polymnia) was one of the nine Mousai, the goddesses of music, song and dance. In Classical times--when the Mousai were assigned specific artistic and literary spheres--Polyhymnia was named Muse of religious hymns. In this guise she portrayed as a woman standing in a pensive or meditative. Her name was derived from the Greek words poly-, "many," and hymnos, "praise" or "hymn."

She was a daughter of Zeus & Mnemosyne.

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First of all my Polymnia isn't really standing in a pensive or meditative mood here. I didn't want her to look like she was doing yoga or something. I felt like bringing some action into the picture instead, so I gave Polymnia a drum kid and made her do a hymn to the beat. And soon the other muses will bring their instruments and join in! And then I challenge you to try to sit still!

More of the same
Apollo and the Muses [link]
Apollo [link]
Erato [link]
Euterpe [link]
Kalliope [link]
Kleio [link]
Melpomene [link]
Ourania [link]
Terpchicore [link]
Thalia [link]

The drumkit is a freebie from ShareCG [link] and the rest of the 3D elements are bought from DAZ and Renderocity.
Tools used: Terragen, DAZ, Photoshop and FANTASY
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