In pre-Islamic Arabian mythology, the Jinni, or Jinn, is a supernatural being created out of a smokeless fire. They are powerful beings classified into a level just below that of angels and devils. There are many categories of Jinn, many of which possess the ability to take on anthropomorphic forms, often appearing as a human with wings, horns, and a serpentine body. While they are not limited by any physical restraints, they are like humans in that they eat and can be killed. Jinn are neither inherently evil nor good, and they usually keep to themselves.
9” x 6” (22.86cm x 15.24cm) | Original drawing made with Micron pen on 300gsm cold pressed watercolor paper. Inspired by the 30 day art challenge, “Folklore and Fairytales” hosted by Custom, by Sophy.
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