Stroll through the gardenThe other day somebody gave me an idea to draw princess Tia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princess_Tia) , sister of Ramesses the Great and her husband Tia so I decided to draw them taking a stroll through the palace garden.
I hope you like them, I’ve been drawing this piece more than a week cause I didn’t like it and I’m sick.Cheers

Stroll through the garden

The other day somebody gave me an idea to draw princess Tia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princess_Tia) , sister of Ramesses the Great and her husband Tia so I decided to draw them taking a stroll through the palace garden.

I hope you like them, I’ve been drawing this piece more than a week cause I didn’t like it and I’m sick.

Cheers

wocinsolidarity:

mashable:

Laverne Cox dancing during Beyonce’s VMA performance is everything!

and then my heart exploded

Look at the Kardashians and the gang around them, just standing there and chewing gums like a herd of cows. Shame on them.

Grey
Just being bored and trying some new stuff. Ignore his ugly tattoo and his weird right arm, and big head, and everything! The text on the shirt says: God loves rock. (groundbreaking)Hope you like him.

Grey

Just being bored and trying some new stuff. Ignore his ugly tattoo and his weird right arm, and big head, and everything! 
The text on the shirt says: God loves rock. (groundbreaking)

Hope you like him.

Nefer is a word in the ancient Egyptian that was used to symbolize beauty and goodness. The exact translation of the word in English is “Beautiful on the inside and the outside”.Just another harem girl, I didn’t draw many details on her wig, headband, jewelry etc. This time I played with shadows and light!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jU7wScXYTkM(I know, this is Babylonian music but it fits to this ambient.)Hope you like her! :D

Nefer is a word in the ancient Egyptian that was used to symbolize beauty and goodness. The exact translation of the word in English is “Beautiful on the inside and the outside”.
Just another harem girl, I didn’t draw many details on her wig, headband, jewelry etc. This time I played with shadows and light!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jU7wScXYTkM
(I know, this is Babylonian music but it fits to this ambient.)

Hope you like her! :D

”My love, you will be the greatest Pharaoh that ruled over Kemet.”Nefetari consoling her young husband, prince Ramesses, future Ramesses the Great, one of the most famous Pharaohs that ruled over the land of Egypt.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rpoSSzYbRzIHope You like it! (Ignore the ugly chair and the column (copy+paste from my previous works!) :D 

”My love, you will be the greatest Pharaoh that ruled over Kemet.”

Nefetari consoling her young husband, prince Ramesses, future Ramesses the Great, one of the most famous Pharaohs that ruled over the land of Egypt.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rpoSSzYbRzI

Hope You like it! (Ignore the ugly chair and the column (copy+paste from my previous works!) :D 

Nefertari Meritmut 
The Great Royal Wife of Ramesses the Great. Her lavishly decorated tomb, QV66, is the largest and most spectacular in the Valley of the Queens. Ramesses also constructed a temple for her at Abu Simbel next to his colossal monument here.
Ramesses himself wrote:"My love is unique - no one can rival her, for she is the most beautiful woman alive. Just by passing, she has stolen away my heart."
I’ve already drew her:http://sanio.deviantart.com/art/Nefertari-341407115 
;in 2012. so I decided to draw her again!
Hope You like her, I surely do! (Btw, lazy background, columns are from my previous drawing! :D )

Nefertari Meritmut 

The Great Royal Wife of Ramesses the Great.
 Her lavishly decorated tombQV66, is the largest and most spectacular in the Valley of the Queens. Ramesses also constructed a temple for her at Abu Simbel next to his colossal monument here.

Ramesses himself wrote:
"My love is unique - no one can rival her, for she is the most beautiful woman alive. Just by passing, she has stolen away my heart."

I’ve already drew her:
http://sanio.deviantart.com/art/Nefertari-341407115 

;in 2012. so I decided to draw her again!

Hope You like her, I surely do! 
(Btw, lazy background, columns are from my previous drawing! :D )

You guys are amazing

I can’t describe you how happy I am when I see the impact my art has to the black community. I’m so grateful for your support and love you guys and everyday I thank God that He gave me this talent and knowledge so I can make you all happy and you all can enjoy my art!
From the bottom of my heart thank you. Thank you for the support. Thank you for the love. Thank you for even opening my page or taking a glimpse at my art. 

Thank you.

Sandro Sanio Perovich

Kha and MeritKha was an architect at Deir El-Medina, Egypt, supervisor of some projects completed during the reigns of three kings of the 18th Dynasty. He was buried with his wife Merit.I think this is my favorite drawing so far. I really like how everything turned, from wigs, jewellery, their poses, clothes, to the background. Although it took me 2 days to finish this drawing I must say I really love it.Anyway, listen to this amazing love song and imagine Kha singing to his beautiful Merit.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ntnBuQAvFjACheers! :D

Kha and Merit

Kha was an architect at Deir El-Medina, Egypt, supervisor of some projects completed during the reigns of three kings of the 18th Dynasty. He was buried with his wife Merit.

I think this is my favorite drawing so far. I really like how everything turned, from wigs, jewellery, their poses, clothes, to the background. Although it took me 2 days to finish this drawing I must say I really love it.

Anyway, listen to this amazing love song and imagine Kha singing to his beautiful Merit.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ntnBuQAvFjA

Cheers! :D

seshnu:

The Servant in the Place of Truth
I saw some pictures of the tomb of Sennedjem (a scribe, who lived during the reigns of Seti I and Ramesses II and who’s intact tomb was discovered in the mid-1800’s) in one of my books, which inspired me to do this drawing - I sort of based the face and wig on Sennedjem’s beautifully crafted coffin
(Yes I have an art crush on a dead guy’s coffin, leave me alone!)

God how I love this girl and her art! Everyday I visit her page to see if she made some new awesome drawings! Respect!!!!

seshnu:

The Servant in the Place of Truth

I saw some pictures of the tomb of Sennedjem (a scribe, who lived during the reigns of Seti I and Ramesses II and who’s intact tomb was discovered in the mid-1800’s) in one of my books, which inspired me to do this drawing - I sort of based the face and wig on Sennedjem’s beautifully crafted coffin

(Yes I have an art crush on a dead guy’s coffin, leave me alone!)

God how I love this girl and her art! Everyday I visit her page to see if she made some new awesome drawings! Respect!!!!

Come, my brother, swim to me!The water is deep in my loveWhich carries me to you. We are in the midst of the stream,I clasp the flowers to my breastWhich is naked and drips with water.But the moon makes them bloom like the lotus. I give you my flowersbecause they are beautiful,And you are holding my handIn the middle of the water.
After J.M.Kellner Under the protection of Hathor

Come, my brother, swim to me!
The water is deep in my love
Which carries me to you.
 
We are in the midst of the stream,
I clasp the flowers to my breast
Which is naked and drips with water.
But the moon makes them bloom like the lotus.
 
I give you my flowers
because they are beautiful,
And you are holding my hand
In the middle of the water.

After J.M.Kellner Under the protection of Hathor