When I first saw Moira, I felt in love with the concept of life and death. She could hurt and heal almost simultaneously and I think that’s something that made her stand out from the rest. That is why, when I was researching Celtic mythology, I discovered the existence of the Morrigan, the goddess of death and destruction. She normally takes the form of a raven. And, in addition, it represents renewal, the light that gives a new life and love. In Celtic culture, life and death are closely linked.
To differentiate both parts, I used two totally different palettes. On the one hand, I highlighted the red of the blood and a dark blue for the color of the raven’s feathers; on the other hand, the greens and yellows stand out, representative colors of nature and hope.