Dema Goddess Competition pic Picture

Now it's kinda finished. As in I'm open to suggestions, what could I improve?

This is a picture made for I chose to make her a Muse, a goddess of inspiration, since she has had that effect on me with this competition.

The character below her is my avatar and RP character Lone in the process of drawing another of the pics in my gallery (in the scraps at the moment).

I'm actually very happy with the result of my coloring since I use to suck at that. This time I think it went quite well though.

Well tell me what I might be able to improve and vote for me when it's time and I'll be very grateful.

Art and Lone © Me
Dema ©
Full view would be appreciated.

[Edit]: Since so many others have added info about the god/goddess they chose I thought I'd add some info on muses.

In Greek mythology, the Muses (Greek Μουσαι, Mousai) are nine archaic goddesses who embody the right evocation of myth, inspired through remembered and improvised song and traditional music and dances. They were water nymphs, associated with the springs of Helicon and Pieris. The Olympian system set
Apollo as their leader, Apollon Mousagetes.

According to Hesiod's Theogony, they are the daughters of Zeus, king of the gods, and Mnemosyne, goddess of memory. For Alcman and Mimnermus, they were even more primordial, springing from Uranus and Gaia.

According to Pausanias there were three original Muses: Aoide ("song", "voice"), Melete ("practice" or "occasion") and Mneme ("memory") (Paus. 9.29.1). Together, they form the complete picture of the preconditions of poetic art in cult practice.

The canonical nine Muses are:

Euterpe (music)
Calliope (epic poetry)
Clio (history)
Erato (lyric/love poetry)
Melpomene (tragedy)
Polyhymnia (sacred poetry)
Terpsichore (dancing)
Thalia (comedy)
Urania (astronomy)
Together, they form a complete picture of the subjects proper to poetic art in the archaic period. However, the association of specific muses with specific art forms is a later innovation, and has been called pedantic.

Well now we have the tenth muse, Dema (art)
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