This storyboard is about the goddess Artemis. I chose to make her have a green outfit, because she is very involved with the outdoors and nature. That is also the reason I chose to have flowers in her hair. She is talking to Apollo in the first board, because he is her twin brother. In the second board, I said that she had to hunt using her bow and arrow, because that is the object she is associated with. Unfortunately, there was no option to put a bow and arrow in the storyboard. Artemis is also known for being the goddess of wild animals and the wilderness, so that is why I chose to have her end up living in the wild and befriending the animals.
One day Artemis and her twin brother Apollo went out to play in the wilderness, while their father Zeus was off doing other things.
Before she knew it, Apollo had gone back home, and Artemis was all alone, lost in the woods. the only way she could survive was to find food using her bow and arrow.
Artemis could not find her way back, no matter how far she walked. She grew very lonely, and the only way she stayed entertained was by befriending the wild animals around her. From this point on, she called the woods her home, and became the goddess of the hunt.
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