Illustration of a woman that represented to Isis, a godness of the ancient Egipt. Her wings are made with fire. It represents to the legendary bird Phoenix. It is consumed, it dies and is reborn from its own ashes. This design is a mixture of traditional and digital illustration. The drawing is made with ink and color is digital.
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In Greek mythology, a phoenix is a bird that is reborn through the ashes of the phoenix who came before it. The bird would die in flames after living a centuries long life. The phoenix was also an early Christian symbol, hence the use of the tongue of flame (the Holy Spirit) in this design. Original illustration in red by J. W. Mollett, 1883.
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