The Quandary of Odysseus by diomedes66 ()
Mythology posted on Dec 09, 2004
Members remain the original copyright holder in all their materials here at Renderosity. Use of any of their material inconsistent with the terms and conditions set forth is prohibited and is considered an infringement of the copyrights of the respective holders unless specially stated otherwise.
And so he thought, of the storm, that raged the night before,
And of the men, whose lives were gone, within this cavern store,
Of Polyphemus, the one-eyed son, Posidon's offspring one,
And of the men, that he consumed, at the rising of the sun.
And soon that eye, gleaming red, this night be rendered dark,
And that mind be made so drunk that the stake be driven stark,
Into that orb, that in their haste to steal beneath the bleeting sheep,
That all his men shall leave this isle their lives more days to keep.
M1 character rendered in D|S composition rendered in Bryce. Comments deeply appreciated.
Image Comments (5)
bionicscribbler () 5:41PM | Thu, 09 December 2004
I love this imageIm glad people are still reading these old books. They have so much in them. Is it me, or does the Big O look like Harrison Ford?
KingPtolemy () 10:05AM | Sat, 11 December 2004
Wonderful artwork and concept!!! Bravo!!! I have some work on Homers Iliad in my gallery, please take a look.
IgnisSerpentus () 11:42AM | Sat, 11 December 2004
Your images are sooo good.... I cant get over what a natural u are.... my first images totally sucked LOL and dont even get me started on how long it took to learn poser. Keep up the awesome work hun.