Ištar's nude beauty by giulband ()
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Ištar was the Mesopotamian goddess of love, beauty, sex, desire, fertility, war, the most important of Babylon, the similar of Aphrodite for the greek or Venus for romans.
NOTE: all the work is made only with the use of primitiive objects ( only sphere ) and different surfaces textures.
Image Comments (92)
marcPoser () 12:00PM | Fri, 15 September 2017
Inventive modern version of Ištar; you made me look at Wikipedia. You succeeded to incite, in me, curiosity on historical facts; bravo!
netsuke () 1:52PM | Fri, 15 September 2017
It really does look like an ancient fertility goddess statue - very cool.
AureliusdeMercoeur () 4:11PM | Fri, 15 September 2017
Using Daz Studio in this way is very creative ! Your sculpture of the Great Goddess is completely timeless ; it mixes different eras from prehistoric Venus to Cubism through the Art of the Cyclades ! A great work ! Bravo !!
synthetik3 () 5:41PM | Fri, 15 September 2017
the simplicity of this makes it so much more, to be able to use simple objects to create a image takes skills. bravo sir
moochagoo () 10:38PM | Fri, 15 September 2017
Good work and idea. Ishtar is in the Epic of Gilgamesh (circa 2100 before Christ.)
Richardphotos () 5:57AM | Sat, 16 September 2017
solid gold? she would be worth her weight in gold.
your art is never boring and always original
Radar_rad-dude () 12:10PM | Sat, 16 September 2017
A most exquisite and extraordinary master piece! Bravo! Bravo! Bravo!
Mondwin () 4:30AM | Sun, 17 September 2017
Personalmente la vedo come "la grande madre" caro amico...bravissimo!V:DDD.Ciao Whylma
Crudelitas () 2:43PM | Sun, 17 September 2017
Yes, she is already a very worthy fertility goddess. Fantastic made!
tallpindo () 10:37AM | Mon, 18 September 2017
Patiently formed within the parameters of spheroidal. Safely ignores the balance of tension and compression. I wonder if there are little accounting figures inside it?