Divinities have been known to live in the realms of heaven and earth, but only a few have achieved divine power through their own creation.
In this episode, Coronillas creator, Corinna, joins us to discuss the creation of the Divine Spawn.
You can read more about Corinnas origins on the Divine Godcast podcast.
Corinna: I have always been interested in spirituality, and that is what led me to create Corinanas story.
I was a huge fan of the Hindu god of wisdom, Durga, and the ancient Indian concept of creation and rebirth.
When I started working on Corinana, I wanted to create a world in which people could share their deepest stories.
What was the process like to create the divine spawn of Corinalla?
Corine: The Divine Spawn concept was something I was trying to create.
It started as a very simple idea.
I wanted the world to have some kind of connection to the past, to the future.
The first thing I did was create a storyboard that had a bunch of deities and an avatar.
When you created a story board like this, you have to create all the symbols that represent the deities.
It’s not a magic trick, it’s not some sort of magic trick.
Then I created this character.
She was this person who could create all of the deities, the divine avatar, all the magical symbols that represented the deities…
I had this character who was going to be the inspiration for the creation and the creation story.
I had this storyboard of all the different deities, and then the idea of creating the divine Spawn came to me.
You can read the whole episode here.
Divine Spawns first storyboard.
Now, as you can see, Corine has a lot going on.
She’s a beautiful woman, she’s a very powerful woman, and she’s very powerful, so the idea that she could do that was very exciting.
So, I was creating a story where a group of people could gather together and come together and share their personal stories. Corinona: We were very excited.
My first story was about the goddess Corinania.
She is the goddess of the moon, of love, and fertility.
She has a really beautiful body.
She looks like a goddess, and it’s like a beautiful story.
Corine: That’s how I came up with that name.
After that, I had other stories, but I never knew I had the storyboard, and I thought I did have that.
In the beginning, I knew I was doing a very beautiful, beautiful story, and in the end, I thought that I had a pretty good idea.
When I started to create that storyboard and it looked like a really nice story, I started with a bunch more.
But then, Corina had to go off and create her own storyboard for the Divine Mother, the Divine King, and all the other deities.
That was the first thing that took place.
How was it like to draw and write the Divine Mothers and the Divine Kings?
As I was drawing and writing the Divine Maids and the Mother, I realized I had to take time to breathe.
There were a lot of people that were drawing and doing a lot, but it was just Corinnia that was doing it.
As she was drawing the Divine Maiden, she looked like an angel, and her eyes were shining.
She looked very, very beautiful.
And she was a very, beautiful woman.
This was her first story.
But she was just doing a really, really beautiful thing, and you can tell from the beginning that she’s got a lot to give.
Eventually, I decided that I would do the Divine Princess, the Diviness of Heaven, and this was the beginning of the story.
Corinona and Corinina in the beginning.
What made Corinannas story so beautiful?
At the time, the story was called “The Divine Maidens Saga,” and it was written by Corinanean artist Coriniana Lopes.
A lot of her illustrations were very, really, very, beautiful.
These were her very first images.
All these little angels, and all these little ladies are really beautiful.
Corinas storyboard has the Divine Queen and the Great Lady of the Heavens.
At this point, I just wanted to put it all together, and give people the story that they were looking for.
Once I had it, I went back and started to draw the rest of the characters.
Why did you start with Corinas story?
The story was written very, so