I Challenged Myself to Recreate Egyptian Gods And Goddesses Using Their Attributes and Symbols


Old Egyptian gods Series by Yliade

Hello, I’m Yliade, a french freelance illustrator.

Drawing and creating have always been a large part of my life from a very early age. This year, I challenged myself to draw several Pantheons in my own style.

I really enjoy working on the design of each god while trying to respect their attributes and symbolism. So, here is the first series about some Old Egyptian gods, I hope you’ll like it !

More info: deviantart.com

Old Egyptian gods Series by Yliade

#1 Nut – Goddess Of The Night-Time Sky And All Heavenly Bodies

Nut - Goddess Of The Night-Time Sky And All Heavenly Bodies

#2 Bastet – Goddess Of Domesticity, Women’s Secrets, Cats And Fertility

Bastet - Goddess Of Domesticity, Women's Secrets, Cats And Fertility

#3 Serqet – Goddess Of Scorpions, Healing Venomous Stings And Bites

Serqet - Goddess Of Scorpions, Healing Venomous Stings And Bites

#4 Isis – Goddess Of Magic, Marriage, Healing And Protection

Isis - Goddess Of Magic, Marriage, Healing And Protection

#5 Thoth – Scribe God Of Time, Knowledge, The Moon And Wisdom

Thoth - Scribe God Of Time, Knowledge, The Moon And Wisdom

#6 Seth – God Of Chaos, Change, Deserts, Storms And Foreigners

Seth - God Of Chaos, Change, Deserts, Storms And Foreigners

Anubis - God Of Death, Embalming, Funerals And Morning Ceremonies

#8 Sekhmet – Goddess Of Lions, Fire And Vengeance

Sekhmet - Goddess Of Lions, Fire And Vengeance

#9 Anubis – God Of Death (Ii)

Anubis - God Of Death (Ii)

#10 Ra – God Of The Sun And Creation

Ra - God Of The Sun And Creation

#11 Sobek – Crocodile God Of The Nile, Strenght And Power

Sobek - Crocodile God Of The Nile, Strenght And Power

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