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|Saturday, August 22nd, 2009|
I'm new here, and to LJ in general. As I managed to find this community I figured I'd shout while I figure out the rest of this stuff.
Hope everyone's well :)
|Saturday, August 15th, 2009|
|Thursday, August 13th, 2009|
I'm looking for fictional and historical works...
writing, fictional, erotic, historical, factual books about the God Pan, Dionysis, Baccus, fauns, Pani, satyrs etc ...
I really want to know more but it seems like all anyone does is dabble... and the web seems like a messy tangle of silliness.
I thought a right bunch of satyr lovers would be a good place to start.
I've recently ordered these two books and cannot wait to read them..Pan God of the Woods by Lawrence R. Spencer (Author) and The Great God Pan
by Arthur Machen
I would love greek and roman collections of stories, myths, worship of said dieties. Current Mood: chipper
|Wednesday, August 5th, 2009|
hi im new to livejournal and this community. hope to see a lot of good faun pictures.
|Monday, July 20th, 2009|
A european book in the works
Today I accidently stumbled across a work-in-progress called La faune Gabriel
, which looks like it's going to be a comic book of French poetry with satyr-ish watercolors. The first volume of two may be published this fall.
The cherubic-style faun may not be to everyone's taste, but if you go back through Man Arenas'
blog, there's lots of other images scattered about.
|Wednesday, June 24th, 2009|
Now, if there were only a way to hide the laces... HOOVES!
...and for the other uses, SO not going there!
|Sunday, May 3rd, 2009|
The auction was last Feb. But I just discovered THIS ARTIST.
Please click! Current Mood: enthralled
|Saturday, May 2nd, 2009|
The Last Paladin 2 is out!
I'm a couple of days late announcing this, but for the folks who enjoyed the first part of Vaughn R. Demont's story, The Last Paladin, part two is out
- $2.49 again, only this time with twice as much text!
Also, to avoid spamming folks each time his work becomes available, you can follow his writing and publishing updates here: http://vaughn-r-demont.livejournal.com/
. I don't want to give any spoilers, so all I'll say is that while part one sets up the story's premise, part two certainly picks up the pace.
If you enjoy quality storytelling and gay satyr erotica, this is definitely worth it. Enjoy!
|Monday, April 6th, 2009|
Hey guys! After having my satyr character and lurking here for approximately 10 billion years, I finally pinned down her design. To celebrate, my fiance drew this. I was so impressed with it I thought it would be a crime if I didn't share it here!( It's a Nude, so NSFWCollapse ) Current Mood: chipper
|Sunday, March 1st, 2009|
|Sunday, February 15th, 2009|
|Sunday, February 8th, 2009|
|Tuesday, January 20th, 2009|
|Thursday, January 8th, 2009|
I had in mind to paint the Twelve Panes (not "panes" as in windows, but PAH-nays), as described by Nonnus in the 5th century AD, chronicling Dionysos' war with the Indians: "The rockdwellers came also from their self-vaulted caves, bearing all the name of Pan their father the ranger of the wilderness, all armed to join the host; they have human form, and a shaggy goat’s head upon it with horns. Twelve horned Panes there were, with this changeling shape and hornbearing head, who were begotten of the one ancestral Pan their mountainranging father."
True satyrs are not very goat-like. With shorts and a hat on, they could pass for human. The closer they get to Pan in ancestry, the more bestial they appear. This is the first painting, Eugeneios
(which either means "well born" or "bearded"), resting and taking off his armor after a long day.( Not adult, but behind the cut for neatnessCollapse ) Current Mood: awake
|Tuesday, January 6th, 2009|
|Tuesday, November 11th, 2008|
|Wednesday, November 5th, 2008|
Pan in "Wind in the Willows"
Does anyone who's read Kenneth Grahame's actual Wind in the Willows
book remember the chapter "Piper at the Gates of Dawn"? It involves a search for a lost baby otter and everyone's favourite piping goat-god. Great book. Great chapter.
Well, anyone remember that old stop-motion animation show of the Wind in the Willows
? Well, they actually made an episode for "Piper at the Gates of Dawn". You can find it on Youtube.
Piper at the Gates of Dawn:Part 1Part 2
Pan doesn't show up until the end of the the second part, but for a nostalgia trip it can't be beat. I loved the bit they added about the statue.
|Wednesday, June 25th, 2008|
Scorpio, by Jacob Jordaens
Everybody's getting Flemish Baroque-spammed this evening ... ; )
Jordaens did an astrological ceiling, and I'm not sure why he chose a satyr carrying Silenus for Scorpio (maybe the sexual connotation?) Anyway, I thought this was a rather fine-looking satyr.( Saving your bandwidth ... Collapse )
Untitled story, first chapter
Trying out the novella thing for this one, so plot is a little slow at first. As always, starring Nimos the satyr and his hippie lady-friend.Untitled ... chapter 1
Seems a few issues from childhood are still scratching around in Nikki's closet. This will undoubtedly lead to a grand ol' adventure.
|Saturday, June 7th, 2008|
NOT WORK SAFE!
Wait till the end.
OMGWTFBBQ?!?!?! Current Mood: indescribable