Character design practice - from traditional to digital, inspired on Diablo lll.
Kotahi Te Wairua present a re-telling of the ancient Maori myth of Ranginui and Pāpātuanuku. These entities from Maori mythology, the Sky-father and Earth-mother, existed locked in a loving embrace. Their progeny, the young Gods, grew tall and strong and in their desperate struggle for space forcibly separated the parents. In their struggle for identity and independence the young Gods created the natural world, as we know it, leaving Rangi and Pāpā in aching separation forever.
In Māori mythology, Tāwhirimātea (or Tāwhiri) is the god of weather, including thunder and lightning, wind, clouds and storms. He is a son of Papatūānuku (earth mother) and Ranginui (sky father).
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Label: Tapeworm – none. Recorded by Heath at Tawhiri (my old home), Aramoana New Zealand 1996 on a Teac A3440 4 track. All music Heath Te Au. 7 inch lathe record was cut by Peter King at King Records, Geraldine New Zealand.