This is Nanaya the third and final goddess of the world, and is the daughter of two other gods in my story. She is the god of the Other World, a world created with the help of her parents. She is the head of all creation there, including human beings. She creates everything by sewing them to life, and puts them on her shelf for safety. However, she is very disorganized so sometimes she ends up knocking a doll off the shelf. Any doll that is knocked off of her shelf is considered dead, and she then places them into a chest which represents the after life.
I tried making her black, but I kinda failed forgive me, lol.
i can't really think of nything to depict a beeing without form,but i'll try.Anyways,what i'm trying to depict here is something i'd like to call "the great collective",it is kind of an amplified version of my beliefs: It is not really one entity,but as the name suggests, a collective of thoughts,those thoughts are the thoughts the people left behind,by forgetting them or dieing.Every thought that dies eventually joins the great collective,and the weaker thoughts ma vanish over time,as such,it is a everchanging mirror of everything that lives. (excuse my possibly hard-to-understand choice of wordsor weird looking pic,for it is new years eve,and i am sort of drunk)
This floating Goat skull is Keineljir though I'm debating on making him the legendary Demi-god 'Pan'.. He's the protector of life on the planet of Roroata The person on the right is basically the Equivalent of Satan, Her name is Dabana and she likes to eat people who have rotten souls wow I haven't drawn them in 2 years this looks so weird
Why always I draw my Ocs on the forum first? xD Is a long story, but this two characters are considered deities due to their power. The first one is one of the best know for all the characters of my story; one of the sons of the Great Sage who, sadly, becomes corrupted over the centuries. The second one is the really unknow deity, who plays a decisive role at the end.
However, both are the same person. (is a bit complicated to explain it in English D: )
I like both trickster and death gods So here you go: a god of mischievous death. It lures the greedy and foolish to their death by using its gem oh its forehead. Those unlucky enough to follow the tantalizing gem over a cliff or into an icy river find themselves its servants in the afterlife until they can out smart this trickster or until they are deemed "boring".
Thanks~ well I've had this guy designed since late October, I still don't have a great backstory for him though~. But so far this is what I've come up with: So Cato was a royal dragon but then some assassin stabs him in his crystalized heart. The blade was fused with shadow dragon blood, which infected him to turn his purpletastic color into gray colors. He so then retreated to no-man's land where he soon took over the shadow dragons and became the Dark-Winged-Nightmare (or in simpler terms, the dragon god of death) And that's all I've got for him so far :I
It's actually an economics term coined by Adam Smith. The main idea is that as people try to serve their own self interest they will inevitably serve other's needs if they hope to continue to be able to do so. As such if someone tries to swindle people into getting what they want they will not be in business long, but if they provide an honestly good service, they will prosper. It's more complex than that but that's more or less the big idea.
The invisible hand is now the one which manipulates markets for self-interest, i.e., JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, UBS, HSBC, etc. Note that nearly all have been caught in market manipulation scandals worth billions in recent years and nearly all have escaped scot-free or with trivial penalties (1.5B penalty on 100B profits).