HELLENIC MYTHOLOGY - CASSANDRA
Cassandra or Kassandra (Ancient Greek: Κασσάνδρα, pronounced [kassándra], also Κασάνδρα), also known as Alexandra, was a daughter of King Priam and Queen Hecuba of Troy. She was cursed to utter prophesies that were true but no one would believe her. The older and most common myth states that Apollon admired her and offered her the gift to see the future in order to win her heart. She promised to become his lover if she received his gift, but after receiving it she went back on her word and refused him. Apollon angered that she lied and deceived him, wanted to take back the powers he had already given. But since divine powers granted cannot be simply revoked, he placed a counter curse that though she would see the future accurately, nobody would ever believe her prophecies. Some later versions have her falling asleep in a temple, where the snakes (pythons) licked (or whispered in) her ears so that she could hear the future.
According to legend, Cassandra had dark brown curly hair and dark brown eyes, and was both beautiful and clever, but considered insane because people never believed the things she prophesied thus naming her a madwoman. She foresaw the war of Troy and even warned her people about the Trojan Horse, Odysseus ten year voyage, her own demise at the hands of Aegisthus and predicted her cousin Aeneas would escape the fall of Troy and build a new city in Rome. But her predictions changed nothing since no one ever believed her.
I don't even know how long this took since it takes me a bit longer to draw these days. Mistakes of course were made on purpose.