Here’s one of the images we’re working on right now!
This one will accompany the next Portuguese Folktale we will soon release. It’s a very old medieval story and the version we got, though more recent, it’s still a doozy to translate. As you can guess from the title though, it will involve knights, devils and… holy ladies? It’s a mystery for now!
Happy New Lunar Year of the Metal Ox and thank you for following us!
Dear all, today marks the auspicious beginning of another Lunar year and the animal presiding over it is the mighty Ox! But not any Ox, a Metal one, symbolizing diligence, perseverance, power, and excellence!
May you keep growing and improving to face the challenges that may arise on your path.
We would also like to sincerely thank you for your support by following, liking, and commenting on our works! It is a genuine pleasure to share with you what we do, mixed with the things we are also passionate about!
And if this new year starts misbehaving, grab your weapon of choice and face those hurdles head-on! In our case, we chose the noble flamethrower for its fiery abilities can be multi-purpose.
A traditional sketch to digital inking process of the illustration named “Burning Gaze on Troubled Water” or -as the previous posts about this illustration mention – the dangerous dance of the cherry tree petals.
You can check the lines and also the final result in full colour on the posts linked below!
Reminiscent to the times when cherry tree petals falling and dancing in the wind were a reason to change paths to avoid insanity or worse, here’s the full version of the illustration “Burning Gaze on Troubled Water” -the viewer, carrying a burning gaze and the girl, whose surface has been disturbed.
Check the post with the lineart to see our haiku and read more about this particular illustration and theme.