Digitally altered, Ink pen and colored pencil, altered August 2020
In seven years, I've learned blue-eyed representations of Egyptian deities are NOT a proper way to represent them. When I darkened the skin, almost everything else had to get darker to keep the color balance.

Version for 8x10, facing the other direction.

The original, ink pen and colored pencil on acid free paper, 17.8 x 25.3 cm (7 x 10 in.)

Printable and colorable version of line drawing is available.
© Joan Ann Lansberry, February 2013

If I am ever lucky to visit Egypt, the site I'd most want to see is Seti I's temple at Abydos. He featured beautiful renderings of various deities, among them the Goddess Ma'at. No doubt this was partially influenced by his throne name "Men-Ma'at-Ra", "Eternal is the Truth/Justice of Ra".

I created a template from two different photos of Ma'at in Seti I's temple, one of her head and shoulders and one showing her torso - (both photos by "Mutnedjmet").

I also created a version with lily columns, adapted in 2020 for a bit darker skin and brown eyes