Portuguese Folktale: The Tower of Babylon

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Here in Portugal one of our country’s adages- “Quem conta um conto acrescenta um ponto”, means something like “Someone who tells a tale, adds to the story.”
This couldn’t be truer about the folktale we are about to share with you today. We found out there are all sorts of variations, from the North to the South of the country; to the point we are considering presenting later on the version that was told to one of us by her great grandmother.
You could say then, that this is a StarTwo version of the tale as we have decided to mix the version from the Porto region with the Algarve version!

But for now, sit back with a nice beverage in hand and enjoy today’s Portuguese folktale!

The Tower of Babylon – artwork, adaptation, and translation by StarTwo

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Punk Fantasy Knight ~ Detail 2

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Since the tiny fairy on his shoulder is just… tiny, we decided to show you today a close-up of her fierce self! We wanted her to break expectations and look daring without losing the allure of a fairy and their cuteness.

It is unwise to underestimate her though, as she is the one calling all the shots!

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A Portuguese Folktale – The Knight and the Pact with the Devil ~ Detail

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Today we bring you a close-up of the stern hand that put the Devil in check after messing with the wrong person and the trickster ended up tricked.
This is a detail from the illustration we did for the Portuguese Folktale “The Knight and the Pact with the Devil”.

If you haven’t read the story check out our previous post with our own translation and full illustration right ►here◄!

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Punk Fantasy Knight ~ Detail

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The most punkest Knight in town is dropping by to let you see a detail of the full illustration we posted in the past.

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A Portuguese Folktale – The Knight And The Pact With The Devil ~ Lines

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Today we’re sharing the lines behind the illustration of a rare opportunity to see the Devil be slapped on the hand, caught red-handed on his mischief!

Read our translation of the Portuguese folktale right ►here◄, along with the finished illustration for the lines above!

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