Sometimes wood defects appear at the very end of the work. And so it happened with this statuette, here an ugly wood defect appeared on the chin. I could have just thrown away the defective figurine, but instead I decided to try making a coronavirus mask overlay that I cut out of boxwood. It completely covered the ugly area and the effect turned out to be quite interesting.
Sometimes, thanks to defects, it turns out to do something unique.
So I think that the statuette should eventually add to the resistance to coronavirus. + 3 points I guess
This and other my stuff you can find on my Etsy store
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PRAYER TO LILITH
Hail to Lilith, Lady of the night!
Your long hair flows outward,
Melding into the shadows
And your black eyes are ancient,
Deep with magic and secrets.
You are powerful and free,
No other being is your master.
You fly upon the wings of night,
And the owl carries your messages.
Since beginning times, you were there.
No man can tame you,
For why should you be tamed?
To be your own ruler is your nature.
The weak ones of mankind
Were afraid of you and called you Evil
Every inner demon
And dark shadow in the night
Has been ascribed to you, Goddess.
But your power and wild beauty
Teach me to be unafraid,
To feel power singing in my veins.
Help me to face and balance
The shadows in my nature,
And to be proud of my sexuality.
Protect me from the shadows
And the darkness that would harm me,
And help me to understand
The shadows that will not.
I thank you, Dark Lady.
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Spellforce Lore - Gods - Elen the Mistweaver
“Aonir spoke: Daughter Elen, walk across the land and look upon the strength of life. Guard over the realm of nature, the plants and the beings of the forests.
Give them the water, which they need to live and be their friend and protector.
Elen, the lonely one, is the goddess of the elves. She stands for nature, bodies of water, mist but also for riddles and wisdom.
She is also called the Mistweaver or Rainwoman. Her symbols are the lonely woman at the water, the yew tree, a white wolf or the owl.”
Jarim the Blind, temple district of Empyria
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