I would love to use this in a free adventure series I am putting together, if that is still possible. I saw at least one other request to use the image, and it's a great Ouroboros for the purposes I am seeking to illustrate (the ancient, Cosmic Serpent, original creator/destroyer of All).
My adventure is called 'Return of the Annunaki' (sites.google.com/site/returnan…, and it is completely free. As I get each portion completed, I put them together as a PDF, as I did with 'The Crime Ring' (1st level), and I would love to include this image with 'To Enter the Serpent's Den,' where the adventuring players meet with nagas, and learn more about their culture and history - and I would like to add in the Ouroboros mythos as the origin of many of their myths. In addition to messaging me on here, please feel free to email me - email@example.com.
Zarathus, I would like to speak with you re using your graphic in a book set for publication mid-October, copy right clearance and/or arrangements. Note, as graphic in a dedicated chapter, NOT as jacket cover. For background info please see: www.rpnamerica.com. Thanks.
I found this a few months back and it blew my mind. Your detail is jaw dropping. I made an edition on the same concept here [link] for a silk screen class, and I thank you very much for the inspiration. Yours is still much better.
Thats awesome dude. Hey this may seem random but did you do any research on Ouroboros? Im asking because my snake recently died in the position of biting her own tail and ive been researching it trying to figure out why it happens and im not having much luck as to the reason why or a theory into the reason. (other then hunger because she was well fed.) just wondering if you had any insight. sorry for the random weird ?
cool stuff normally i don't care for lineart but when it's really detailed and intricate, uses design elements i totally dig it i really like the earth tones in this makes it rustic, decrepit, gives it a sense of ages gone by a relic from another time
This is absolutely stunning! Amazing artwork! I adore the details over the serpent, all the bones, body parts and egyptian ankhs. It is an amazing, awe-inspiring creation, though also somewhat terrifying! ^_^