Un artbook pour les rassembler tous et dans les ténèbres les lier ! Voici un livre de 80 pages regroupant un panel d'illustrations et croquis sur le thème des dragons.
Format A5 80 pages couleur Disponible le Jeudi, vendredi et samedi sur mon stand à la Japan Expo Versepello & Chane Cm 32 (dans la limite des stocks disponibles ) Ou sinon, précommandes possibles jusqu'au 22 juin ! Précisions ici : [link]
January. Starting off rather tentatively but with some new drive. February. Finding my streak that would last until May. I'd have needed ten slots for those four months, not four! And that's only counting the stuff that was *really* good. March. Liquid watercolours brought punch. April. Painting delirium and Easter holidays. May. Working off the rest of the art streak until I was plunged into end-of-term stress. June. One single piece of art, a sketch, at that. Apart from that, exams, exams, exams. July. Marking exams, developing migraine. August. A very short-term return of the streak. September. Quick little sketches snatched from school work. October. Prizing some more drawing time from school work. November. Feverishly working on commission and marking exams at the same time. December. More migraine, and more commissions. Just a work-in-progress shot; not sure if it'll get done this year.
"If you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you, If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you..." ~ "If" by Rudyard Kipling
The picture and the idea belong completely to ~dashinvaine, he gave me permission to use it, so I just slapped the thing together today.
In case you don't get it (and major props to you who do: you win the internet ), on July 4th, 1187, the Crusader forces of the Kingdom of Jerusalem engaged the Muslim armies of Saladin in what is known as the Battle of the Horns of Hattin. The crusaders were largely massacred and the power of the crusaders in Outremer was forever shattered in consequence. Many prisoners were taken by the Muslims during the battle, including many Templars and Hospitallers. Saladin wanted them all dead, so he paid each man in recompense for his Templar/Hospitaller prisoner, had all of the Christians brought together, and had them beheaded, saying, "I shall purify the land of these two impure races." Gerard de Ridefort, the rash Grand Master of the Templars, however, was not executed. Hence, the joke.