As ever I am indebted to Wales for the loan of its gorgeous landscaping, though I probably should have made this page taller for a better reveal.
I was guessing Gurgi would eat it all first. Ha ha.
Gurgi may have actually had his fill for once!
Wonderful.... a dreamlike easing into this chapter, as Taran & company prepare to leave this oasis.
Sadly, yes. Back to the real world.
Waauuuhhh mind flip!!! Lovely scene transition. Also, I can see around time & space now.
:) If only I could make this a full 360 degree setting.
I would not have been prepared. =P Cool concept, tho.
Beautifully drawn and colored. Wow.
Thank you. It’s all about the references really.
Woah, this is gorgeous. I'm excited for this chapter!
It’s good to be back to work!
That sunlight sparkling on the water tho.
Sees Fflewdeur say HalloHas Flash forwards to Prince Rhun and his Hullo-Hullo! Once again, you've drawn such beautiful landscape there; I love how the reds and the blues contrast pleasantly. I can see how Lloyd Alexander was captivated from his experience in the war over there. By the way, do you ever think about how both J.R.R Tolkien and Alexander were inspired to write about sweeping epics between good and evil during their time in war? I think day to day life can get us sort of numb to the fact that there is true evil and true heroism in every day men, and maybe such an epic scope of a world war really brings that to life.
There's some good stuff on that topic, on Tolkein anyway - the book Tolkein and the Great War addresses it. Good read. Alexander was no doubt influenced in similar ways. Something like that would mark everyone who encountered it, for sure.
I'm going to start referring to panel transitions where the one above transforms or melts into the one below as "Saeriellyns". :D
Another in a long line of beautiful pages!
Ah ha ha, I am now legend! I wish I could claim that as my invention, but I’m certain I picked it up from something on webtoon.