“Master over Gaia, Vanquisher of the Primordials, The Prime Mover of life.
Father of Gods and of man, Nothing of equivalence can ever be relinquished to Him For bestowing us with our existence. And, No law of God or man alike can undo his own, For his Bolt smites those who would deny his graces.
Upon his throne in Olympus, Does His ever-blessing gaze look down upon us. To Him, we owe our sacrifices. For Him, we pray to above all else. Through His love, we live. By His Will, we die.
Above all the Gods of the Pantheon, He stands, The Righteous, The All-Knowing, The King in the Sky; Pater Zeus , The one True Immortal Ruler.”
he probably was attacked by someone he trusted, after all he didn't even tried to defend himself or he didn't even had time to move... both possibilities are scary because he was the strongest god looking above all others...
Interesting story; and great artwork here. I started work on a story of those ancient fictional gods, beginning with the vein lustful playboy, Uranus being usurped and enslaved by his own son, Cronus, and showing the folly in worshiping beings with morals no better than those of imperfect humans; but I lack the art skills to see it through.
I encourage you to complete the illustration anyway. I never feel like I have the skills to realize an image exactly as I imagine it either. But, it's only by trying, and failing many times over, that we can get ever closer to creating what our minds want to see.