7 months ago 7 months agoYoung Medusa, Me, Oil on Linen, 2021 by Amani Flynn 18586views (industry), accounting, bangla online class, coloring, donatella versace clothing, dungeon master, easy techniques accounting, education, engineering technology, framing question in english grammar, how to frame questions in english, image, lazy dungeon master, los angeles, los angeles museum, medusa, movie downloading website on blogger, mr welch is no longer allowed to do in an rpg, mr welch no longer allowed, pencilbox education, the hindu newspaper, things mr welch is no longer allowed to do, traders lounge officialLike it? Share with your friends! 289 Facebook Twitter289 points 18 Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. I love it, but do you still have OP with us, or are you a stone?ReplyI just ever see her portrayed replacing her hair with snakes, never both hair and snakes. This interpretation I like. It’s very soft and subtle.Reply“You did a brilliant job of creating those eyes of “”turn-people-into-stone.”””ReplyThis portrait is really remarkably stunning, I stopped scrolling for a moment and stared at it. I love it!ReplyThis is unbelievable indeed. Many thanks for sharing.Reply“This portrait is really remarkably stunning, I stopped scrolling for a moment and stared at it. I love it!”ReplyWow, I love this representation of her. It’s gentle, almost Renaissance. Beautiful beautyReplySheesh. Sheesh. One wonders what happened in her life that made her become what we know about stories.On a script, I call the dibs. Lol. Lol.Amazing job op!ReplyI hate the trimming of my snakesReplyUh, wow!! You’re extremely talented!ReplyIt’s terrific. She looks a bit cross-eyed, but I think you’d find out soon if she looked at you.ReplyI like the pupils being like a snake, very pretty. We admire your talent so much.ReplyNow I want a portrait of myself as a creature of myth.ReplyIn every respect, very well done.ReplyMight I ask why the nautilus shells are there?ReplyI like the textures you made—especially under the left eye and chin. Thanks for loading a huge file that I can zoom in on!Reply“Sheesh. Sheesh. One wonders what happened in her life that made her become what we know about stories.On a script, I call the dibs. Lol. Lol.Amazing job op!”ReplyYour QuillBot will rewrite the file. Start by writing something here or pasting it, and then press the Paraphrase button.ReplyWhat's Your Reaction? Unuseful 0 Unuseful Useful 0 Useful hate 0 hate love 0 love Posted by Amani Flynn Analyst. Gamer. Bacon buff. Entrepreneur. Zombie enthusiast. Troublemaker. Writer.