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This is the French cover art for "Wise Man's Fear" by Pat Rothfuss.

I hope you'll like it, the books are awesome anyway.
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This is the French cover art for the tremendous Book "The name of the Wind" by Patrick Rothfuss.

I Tried to be quite close to the book, in the spirit. For those who had the chance to read it, let's say this is more another vision of Kvothe's legend, that the real one.
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This is one of the illustrations I've made for the "Song of ice and fire" by GRR Martin 2013 calendar.
I hope you'll like it!
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Devi from KingKiller Chronicle :D

Our feisty moneylender is the one Kvothe goes often. Turns out that she once was the Arcanum member, and she's really, really good with alchemy and sympathy. You just can't mess with her..

So, here she is! I had to draw several sketches of her before I came up with a final version of Devi. I went through so many hairstyles that I think I can become a hairdresser now. :lmao: But in the end, I came up with a simple, spiky short hair. I think it suits her the most--and I love her strawberry blonde hair. It's one of my favorite hair colors on women :nod:

I randomly came up with her clothes, so it's questionable whether she would ever wear such clothes--with a corset! Who doesn't like corsets?? :XD:

Anyways, hope you enjoy!



p.s. abstract background is....abstract. :iconderpplz::iconderpplz::iconderpplz:
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Hiya everyone!

It's been a while- at least it feels like it for me. XD

I'm now in college, in my dorm, still trying to adapt to a new environment.. :) My classes start on the 6th, so I had a little time to draw.

This is Kvothe... with his dagger and his lute, Felurian's cloak and all.

I was trying a different method to paint, but realized it will take forever to do it this way.

Once I realized that, I knew I'm never gonna finish this drawing... it's just, well, I don't know, I don't feel it anymore (I have a few more of these in my drive too lol).

So I just decided to post it up anyways. :)- and well, I had to upload something to prove I'm not dead in college! XD

Forgive the messiness.
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Auri from The KingKiller Chronicle :love:

Since I got back to dA (somewhat), I've been looking over some of the drawings I drew back then..
and all I can say is, "that looks awful!!" or even "okay, I could have done so much better than that."
..Yep. I never get satisfied with them. So far.

So here is my retake on Auri. I tried to keep her features from my old Auri ([link]),
and I think it worked out well. She still got her signature hair texture..XD

As beautiful as she is, she's such a character--there's something about her that attracts me. On top of everything else, she's just fun to draw! :)

and I should definitely read the book again.


Anyways, hope you enjoy!
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Kvothe from The Kingkiller trilogy once again.
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Even more Kvothe
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Last illustration of Kvothe.
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Part of my final illustration project based in Patrick Rothfuss's Kingkiller Chronicles. I love Auri-Kvothe conversations. I think that conversation is part of the first book.

I've used pencil and photoshop. For unknown reasons the picture looks a little desaturated. :) hope you like it.
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The Wise Man's Fear cover I've made for a class work. Pencil and photoshop. Hope u like it :)
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A little sketch in photoshop, about 1hour :)
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Done with watercolours!! here Felurian is, from ''Wise man's fear''.
mmm... Though I imagined her prettier than in the drawing...
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Really proud of this drawing ! made with watercolours and pencils ! Kvothe is the enigmatic main character of the novel I LOVE: the name of the wind. In november I'll buy the next book!
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From left to right: Dedan, Marten, Kvothe, Tempi and Hespe, hope you like it!~~:heart:

Wow I've finished reading Wise Man's Fear and this part was incredible!! I loved each of the mercenaries (my favourite is Dedan LOL XD) I need The Gates of Stone NOW!!!
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I'm doing some fast concepts of The Name of the Wind.
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I'm doing some fast concepts of The Name of the Wind.
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I had to do this at some point, it's like my favourite book ever.
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Cover art for the Finnish edition of The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss.
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Illustration based on a scene from A Wise Man's Fear by Patrick Rothfuss.

This is during the assault on the bandit's camp, when Kvothe gets desperate, angry, and goes a bit insane.

READ THE BOOK! Patrick Rothfuss' storytelling is much more fun than my little blurb.

Nothing official. This is for my portfolio and because I'm a fan.
However if someone wants me for something official, toss it my way!
www.cfallonart.blogspot.com
cfallonart@gmail.com

See also my more mundane cover for
The Name of the Wind :thumb385533045:
and two other covers;
The Gathering Storm (Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson): :thumb339084275:
The Hobbit (JRR Tolkien): :thumb348185866:

Digital
~12 hours (including sketching.)
Intuos 3
PSCS6
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When you're thrown from your home, build a new one.

When the last City-state of the midland plains was threatened its people fled before they could be captured and forced to live under the unbending law of the Xomadhin Theocracy. Their armies fought to delay the inevitable advance while the city's citizens ran towards the dark of the dense swampland, which had long occupied their nightmares. The people's only protection were the Ranger core, long considered outcasts, but who were the only ones able to communicate with the natives and lead the people of the city-state to relative safety. Though many died in that long march, most of the people made it to the tribal villages of the interior. The Rangers, once outcast, were now venerated so much that they made up the core of their society, a society that would have to meld with a new people in order to survive.
The people of the swamp, the Junult, helped the Rangers into safety. In return, the Rangers brought new methods of engineering and sciences to the Junult. As the Xomadhin hacked into the border between their two civilizations more and more secrets were shared until the Rangers and Junult ceased to be, and were instead one people.

Dusk Patrol; Chameleon Core
Companion to Rangers of Refuge Harbor
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Veiled Oasis; City of the Xomadhin
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All of these pieces are part of an ongoing personal project!
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“Say this, that she was dark haired. There. It was long and straight. She was dark of eye and fair complected. There. Her face was oval, her jaw strong and delicate. Say that she was poised and graceful… Finally, say that she was beautiful. That is all that can be well said. That she was beautiful, through to her bones, despite any flaw or fault. She was beautiful, to Kvothe at least. At least? To Kvothe she was most beautiful.”

Denna from Patrick Rothfuss’ Kingkiller Chronicle.

Trying a bit of a different style here, moving away from the more reference based look my work often has.
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“cae-lanion luhial

di mari felanua

kreata tu ciar

tu alaran di.

dirella. amauen.

loesi an delian

tu nia vor ruhlan

Felurian thae.”

A drawing of Felurian, from The Wise Man’s Fear (The Kingkiller Chronicle, Day Two) by Patrick Rothfuss.
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“When the Hearth Fire turns Blue,
What to Do? What to Do?
Run outside, run and hide.

When his eyes are black as crow?
Where to go? Where to go?
Near and far. Here they are?

See a man without a face?
Move like ghosts from place to place.
What’s their plan? What’s their plan?
Chandrian. Chandrian.”

Kvothe, son of Arliden. You may have heard of him.
From Patrick Rofthuss’ Kingkiller Chronicle.

*He has natural red hair. Not dyed.
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Vashet de el libro "Los temores de un hombre sabio" de la serie de libros The Kingkiller Chronicle, ella es una de mis favoritas :3
fan art by seles-chan (Yenho)
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Auri and Kvothe of the book "The wise man's fear" Patrick Rothfuss
fanart by seles-chan (YenHo)

De la pagina 135 cuando Auri le da tres regalos a kvothe :3, a mi parecer una de las escenas más tiernas
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Otro dibujo del libro "Los temores de un hombre sabio" de la serie The Kingkiller Chronicle, ya subí a vashet ahora faltaba Tempi :3
fan art by seles-chan (YenHo)
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