....well, here's a nice reminder of your mortality. You're welcome.
Thank you. xD
I couldn't have re-imagined King Rhitta better! Good job! :))
He came out great, didn't he? You can thank my husband for that. He did that whole frame.
Oooh. Memento mori. Nice detailing!
Very Tolkien-esc! I love it!
It does have that flavor. I hadn't even thought of that, believe it or not! But you're right.
(Rolls d100 for random treasure)
That is some intensely impressive detail in the bottom panel. I particularly like the cloak for some reason. It's got some real nice texture, I think.
I can't take credit. My other half begged to collaborate on this scene so the bottom frame is all his. I threw some line in over his painting just to keep the style consistent. Love how it turned out.
The first panel, with that contrast with the silhouette, really grabs the eye. Gorgeous
Thanks! I don't usually have time to put this much painterliness and detail into faces but with a layout this simple I had some freedom, and enjoyed it. :)
I should not have read this post while eating breakfast...
Ugh, their looks in panel one... precious...
Wow, nice sword - I wonder if they will take it?
Good guess, but you'll have to wait and see!
The shading and color and detail no this page couldn't have possibly been any better than what you've done here. +_+ Also, who's the dead guy!?! Can't wait to find out! Since she looks very, very sad while looking at him. Or at least ponderous.
Dead guy isn't really explained in the text, but this /is/ the king who built the castle (and the one who had all the ridiculous rabbit warrens dug beneath it). Sort of a Howard Hughes type, completely paranoid, locking himself away in defense from imaginary adversaries. There's a short story that gives the full history of this character, but it's a separate book and not one I'm planning to adapt. Suffice to say that he's not as important, for our purposes, as the thing he's holding.
wow that is awesomely realistic very very well done! thank you!