A charcoal drawing of a wiccan woman with orange eyes, on old paper, with few particles gold inlay.
The use of charcoal as the primary medium creates a sense of depth and texture, with a range of grays and blacks that emphasize the shadows and contours of the figure.
The wiccan woman is depicted with orange eyes, which suggest a supernatural or otherworldly aspect to her character. She could be "Lilith", as Lilith is often associated with occult or demonic themes in mythology and folklore.
The old paper that the drawing is created on give the impression of a vintage or antique object, as if the artwork has been preserved for many years.
The use of gold inlay add a touch of luxury or opulence to the artwork, while also emphasizing significance of the wiccan woman and her role.
The inclusion of the term "gothic art" in the keywords suggests a connection to the dark, macabre aesthetic of Gothic literature and art, which often features elements of horror, romance, and the supernatural.
This artwork is intended to evoke a particular mood or atmosphere, and may be aimed at a specific audience or subculture.
April 5th, 2023
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