Update: Project Gilgamesh | New: Persephone and Zephyrus

The King, The Scribe, and the Archer I have updated my Epic of Gilgamesh page with more recent sketches. However, if you find my sketches to be lacking in colour and excitement, you might consider checking out the newest addition to my portfolio; Persephone and Zephyrus will redirect you to the appropriate page! Persephone and Zephyrus  

(from) Akkadian syllabary | (to) Hebrew symbolism — part II

As promised, our voyage into this subject is far from over! This post is a continuation of a previous post I wrote over the summer. Consider reading Part I before you proceed with my blatherings below. I recently found a credible resource that contains a cohesive list of Sumerian pictograms. It lists [figure 3a.] under E2 (scroll down to the letter 'E'; "E2" is the third entry). In... Continue Reading →

(from) Akkadian syllabary | (to) Hebrew symbolism

First, a brief history lesson: The earliest Sumerians sailed from [wherever their origins were], and settled along the marshes of southern Mesopotamia. Their predecessors (much earlier Sumerians) scribed on papyrus and vellum (skin), but in their new settlement, they found an abundance of clay; a much more resourceful medium for the scribes! At that point, the Sumerian... Continue Reading →

Double Identity

I had to shed some light on the development of this menacing-looking character. He's not so menacing once you get to know him! I updated all that information, and more, on the About This Blog page. Enjoy. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

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