The earliest ancient Chinese book "Shan Hai Jing", the God of Water and the God of Fire in the book are the earliest gods born in China! The inspiration for this work come from these two Gods, and the texture of water and fire was simplified to form new structures and patterns. I use ink painting in Chinese elements to express the color of this work.
According to the "Three Emperors' Benji", the God of Water (Gong Gong) fought with the God of Fire (ZhuRong). Gong Gong was defeated by Zhu Rong, and GongGong's head hit the western pillars of the world, which caused the sky to collapse. The earth then had no other colors except darkness and light. Later, the water of Galaxy was injected into the earth. NuWa couldn't bear humans' sufferings inflicted by this, so she fixed the sky to get the earth back on track. Later, NuWa was named a goddess. Nuwa was originally the leader of the ancient clan in the era of Chinese legend, and was believed to be the ancestor of humans in Chinese mythology. This myth of Nuwa is black and white.
Nüwa, also read Nügua, is the mother goddess of Chinese mythology, the sister and wife of Fuxi, the emperor-god. She is credited with creating humanity and repairing the Pillar of Heaven.