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Guilt by Association

The adage that we are known by the company we keep probably is very true within the Kemetic…

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January 12, 2014 · 7:19 pm

A is for Ankh

The ankh is one of the most widely recognized religious symbols in the world. Ask anyone what the…

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January 12, 2014 · 6:08 pm

Sekhem Talisman: Day 4 – 7

I shall not surrender me to any bad misfortune this year.
For I am Ra, who appears in his Eye!

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January 10, 2014 · 12:53 am



Mummification was no easy business.

Watch videos about art and conservation how-tos, ask questions and get answers in the Getty Museum’s new partnership with Khan Academy!

Great collaboration! I’d definitely recommend looking through these videos, there’s some particularly interesting conservation ones relating to ancient art here.

I am a huge believer in Khan Academy and elearning. I just heard this announcement and am absolutely thrilled!

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January 7, 2014 · 5:06 am

Sekhem Talisman Day #3

My Sekhem pendant is about about the size of a set of dog tags; which makes it only slightly…

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January 3, 2014 · 6:48 pm

Sekhem Talisman – Day #2

Nefertari from her tomb in the Valley of the Queens, Egypt

Yesterday marked the second day of…

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January 2, 2014 · 4:18 pm

30 Day Talisman Challenge – Sekhem Talisman – Day 1

Since my practices are Kemetic (Ancient Egyptian), we tend to do our rituals a little differently.…

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January 1, 2014 · 6:07 am

Sekhem Pendant

I just got my new pendant from my friend, Aidan Wachter, who does some amazing pendants in silver.…

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December 28, 2013 · 5:21 pm

The Kemet is Cool Project

In my travels, being fresh from bed and my 30 second commute to my office, I was thinking that the…

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December 28, 2013 · 3:39 pm

I have a new favourite artist, and I have found him quite by accident. Done in the style of “The Prince of Egypt” Sanio has some wonderful art of Ancient Egyptian historical figures that is not to be missed.

If this guy is not doing full animated films yet, someone at Dreamworks or Disney needs to snap him up quick! There is just too much talent here not to take a good, long and appreciative look!


Merit- Amun

This is the first daughter born to Ramesses from his chief queen Nefertari. She is wise but very snobish. She knows that she is the daughter of Ramesses and she uses that when ever and where ever she wants.

I added two servants with her, maybe her good friends.

This is the first time I shade the characters very careful and I asume there are huge anatomy mistakes but give me a break, it is my first time! 😛

Anyway, I was playing with shades, blurie characters in the background etc.

Maybe I’ll submit only characters without the backgorund and bluriness so you could see all the details I drawn on them.

(also I’ve added the mature content because there are visible breasts! (I hate that because ancient egyptians weren’t ”chaste” as we are.))

Hope you like it! 🙂

I know I do! 

Cheers! 🙂

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December 28, 2013 · 6:03 am