...a.k.a. Chrisenn revamped. Now I'm finally happy with Kayle Dolfin's favourite Titan! I like better the name, too: I think now it sounds way nicer to invoke. But now, time for a bit of holotome stats:
Name: Chriselion (Pronounce: Kree-'zeh-lee-on) Attack: 7 Defence: 6 Type: Patron Krono Titan Size: Big Special abilities: "Further Sight". From the stone on his forehead, he can show illusions or images from other worlds, which he's naturally able to see. Origin: Venice, Italy
Though I originally didn't aim for it, I realized this is already his powerbonded form: the normal one has probably just whiter feathers and less gold.
About the music I listened to while coloring this: I rediscovered Hevia's bagpipes after more than 10 years, and I still adore them like back then! Anyone remembers his album "No Man's Land"? I think it came back to my mind right now because I used to listen to it a lot during junior high school, when I went on trips to many archaeological sites, which I loved. So, my old young-seeker memories rose again, and the mix between arcane sounds and modern music seemed incredibly fitting to me.
Huntik is (c) Iginio Straffi, Rainbow Chriselion and Kayle Dolfin are (c) ~Choryunami.
These are clay idols of Great Cthulhu, the "fictional" octopus-headed god from the stories of H.P. Lovecraft. They are meant to be the sort of primitive religious object a typical Cthulhu cultist might keep around the house for day-to-day worship rather than representations of Great Cthulhu Itself.
This is another original Titan I drew. This one is called a Sleipnir and can be found in Norse Mythology. I figured it can be catagorised as a Litho-Titan since the Huntik series has other Norse mythology based Titans like Ymir and Fenris in it.
Here's some of my other Titans designs: Hippocamp>>[link]
I stumbled upon this strange creature few nights ago in Florence, walking along the Arno river: it was climbing on some kind of stele covered with bluish glowing star signs. ...Could it be a Titan?
First drawing done in the sketchbook some of my lovely friends, captained by ~Hoshytaka-Storm, gave me as a gift for my degree: it was with them that I spent the amazingly fun night in Florence when we met this cute lizard on a monument I had never seen before!
[EDIT:] I've found some more infos about that wonderful stele, actually a monumental sundial, and here is an English page explaining all its symbols and meanings: [link] . More can be read here, in a leaflet specifically about the sundial, written in both Italian and English: [link] . Go read it, it's amazing! There is even written that the creature that inspired me is a Lucipera, or Liziper. Now I'm totally sure it IS a Titan.