I'm working on the gods also hehehe... But now I have a lot to study... hmmmkay...
So... these gurls are related to Greek tragedy/irony in some way (I did not put Ariadne here because she had luck in the end I guess).
From left to right:
Medea: savage witch, in love with Jason, murdered her children, crazy, nuts, etc. Anyways, she's a pretty interesting and powerful woman!
Cassandra: princess of Troy, she had true premonitions about the shit they were going to be into but nobody listened to her because Apollo cursed her. Great!
Pandora: she opened the box and now we can be able to suffer, hate, despise, hurt others, kill... FUNFUNFUN
Antigone: a true heroine, princess of Thebes. Her father was also her brother. Thebes, a nice place. She hanged herself because she was sentenced to death because... long story. I mean tragedy.
Hope you like them
And Pandora's expression XD " Whooops..."
Of "Frozen" I'd like to see more Elsa!
I like the emotions...Medea is showing madness and anger...she is totally maniac...Cassandra is showing great disappointment and sadness...and the best one:Antigone is showing assiduity,courage,and self devotion.
Favourite is Medea from these.
Still some say she wasn't nuts and killed her children to spare them capture or a slow death from a mob.
So yes, so are right in a way, but I believe it's not as simple as saying the law was made "so the women must be afraid of men", but that everybody in Thebes must be afraid of Creon's law.
Thanks for the comment!
Wasn't Antigone's father married to his mother? Oedipus, right? And I love how the box has a frowny face! Cute touch.
I also want to ask, may I use your picture of Cassandra for an English project? I would like to put it in a video, and as far as I know nobody's going to steal it.
Also: gotta love that frowny face on Pandora's box :'D
It's a great work
BTW, my name is Cassandra and I do see myself as the reincarnation of the princess, hence my title, "The Princess of Troy"
...OMG, Medea has a frowny-face. Too epic. XD
We just read both of those plays at school.
I also imagined Antigone with red hair... did they ever say that in the play somewhere, or do with think alike?