This is my conception of Zeus Velchanos, or Boy Zeus, as worshipped in ancient Crete. I've given him bull's horns because it is in the form of a bull that he appeats to Europa in that ancient myth. In one hand he holds a thunderbolt and in the other is a scepter. Behind him is the branch of an oak, the tree most associated with Zeus. Below is his eagle.
I did both these pieces using acorn ink which I made myself, as described hitherto. I also made the paper using recycled materials. The dimensions of the larger piece, that above, are about 6 by 8 inches (15 by 20 centimeters) or a trifle larger.