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The Harpy by azurylipfe The Harpy by azurylipfe
I dedicate this one to :iconmarkopolio-stock: for his patience to create my not so usual requests :blushes: He is such a giving and nice person:love:

befor and after : [link]

model :iconlindowyn-stock:
Harpy feet:iconmarkopolio-stock:
wings :iconstudiovision: Permanent permission to use his stock in every way i want
rocks in sea , wavebreaker serie but i think this one isn't in my stock, i should check that.
moon stock xchng
skull and nest :iconshoofly-stock:
boat and egg comes from :iconjlstock:
sea and sky created with the floodfilter and a skyphoto, somewhere in my stock, its was a blue one:)
pinetrees , custom psp tubes
hair and eyes repainted in photoshop and paintshoppro

In earlier versions of Greek myth, Harpies were described as beautiful, winged maidens. Later they became winged monsters with the face of an ugly old woman and equipped with crooked, sharp talons. They were represented carrying off persons to the underworld and inflicting punishment or tormenting them. Those persons were never seen again

The Harpy could also bring life. A Harpy was the mother by the West Wind Zephyros of the horses of Achilles (Iliad xvi. 160). Harpies as beautiful winged bird-women are a late development, in parallel with the transformation of the siren
The 3 harpies are : Aello, Celaeno, and Ocypete.

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August 31, 2007
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