Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Hades D.J.



Hades is the god of the under world. He is a Greek god. Hades was supposedly old, sad, and tormented. His function was death, being king of the under world. His attributes were helmets, metals, and jewels. The most interesting thing about him was that he lived in a gloomy realm of wailing ghosts and lost and evil souls. Something he would say today would be, “Good job keep dying, more business for me. Use more energy than you need, pollute, have more wars, and do bad things.”

3 comments:

colleen said...

Great job Drew! I really liked how you portrayed this underworld god and the plate looks awesome! Luv mom

Winter Bear said...

My darling, Drew! Your art is very impressive and I am so proud of you!

I am glad to see your essay and art work published on the blog where everyone can read it and learn a little bit about Greek history. It is very insightful and and you did a very good job!

Love, Grandma Lindy ;)

winterbeartp said...

Hi Drew! Your plate is wonderful and your essay is very nice. I am glad to see you are doing well in Art and Writing.
We love you!
Grandma and Grampa (Lindy & Rick)