Now that the days grow colder in our side of the world, a cup of a warm beverage is welcome! A good tale is also a must, to go with your selected drink! So, stick around and get comfy for today we bring you:
A Portuguese Folktale: The Devil Prince Artwork, Translation, and Adaptation by: StarTwo
Just like everybody else, we too count our blessings and are very grateful (by the way, a belated Happy Thanksgiving to all our North American visitors!) for continuing to grow and tackle work related to our passion: illustrating.
Alas, on the other hand, we have been saddened by the lack of time to translate and illustrate more wonderful Portuguese Folktales, since our free time has been reduced.
But let’s be sad no more! This next Friday we are happy to bring forth another tale in our collection entitled “The Devil Prince”! Please look forward to it and we will see you soon!
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◄!