Here is the final sequential Image based on the greek origin myth, Pandoras box:
Another Attempt at some ideas for Medusa sequential imagery and Knowledge is Power single Image ideas:
Here are some more sketches of Medusa and Knowledge is power based ideas for single and sequential imagery.
Here is another project that was set, that involves taking a famous quote and a famous myth and making them into animations, e.g. the famous quote is to be made into a single image, while the famous myth will be converted into a sequential Image.
The phrase that I have chosen for my single image is the quote “Knowledge is Power” or “Scientia Potentia est”.
This quote was first used by Sir Francis Bacon in his book “Meditationes Sacrae” in 1957 although this is the only time he actually the first and only time he actually uses this throughout his works. The quote was chosen because because it is a interesting use of words implying that knowledge is a lot stronger then muscle, this quote could also meaning that using power isn’t always as best as the thinking in certain situations. Since the quote was first introduced it has been used lots of times throughout history.
The Myth I have chosen is Greek Myth of Medusa, the Gorgon. Originally a priestess of the temple of Athena that swore her life to Athena and a life of celibacy. She later met and fell in love with Poseidon the god of the sea and later married him. This led to Medusa been cursed by Athena for breaking her oath, the curse turned every person she looked at into stone and was curse with snake hair and to wander the land for eternity. Medusa then fled in fear to a small remote island of the coast of Greece and stayed there for years until she was found and slayed by the demigod son of Zeus, Perseus. Perseus defeated Medusa by using his shield to reflect her image back at er turning her into stone.