13 February 2012

Six-armed statue.

Here is a panning shot from the She-Ra episode "The Laughing Dragon" that I have always wanted to assemble for this Blog, but never quite found the time to. Even though this pan features Adora, Castaspella and Sorrowful, the main attraction is the beautifully-illustrated six-armed statue. I have no clue as to what this statue represents in Castaspella's kingdom of Mystacor, but it is a fantastic piece of Etherian artistry!


(click on the image to see it at full-size)

5 comments:

Kevin Martinell said...

Agreed! Probably a tribute to a warrior goddess from Etheria's past? :) I like the detail of the tree roots wrapping themselves around the statue's legs! Thanks for reading and God Bless! ~"KevyGuy" :)

joseephus said...

That is quite a mystery. Maybe the statue represented an ancient warrior in Pre-therian days :-)

Buzz Chuck said...

Very cool. I have a few nice panning cels and I love them.

David Monid said...

Who would have thought that Etheria has connections to Asian cultures. :D

Doing stories and stuff like this would give artists and writers excueses just to put anything in really. ;D

Simon said...

This statue heavily reminds me of Spiral, an X-Men villain! She made her first appearance in the comics in September 1985. Who influenced who?

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