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!
With the weather getting nippier, Lord Half-elf doned his best fox pelt over his knightly armour.
Many say he has special powers that manifest when the new moon is high, others believe that he is no longer capable of casting magic as he is getting older.
All agree, however, that his reflexes are forever sharp due to his elven blood and that anyone would be foolish to challenge him for the crown.
And thus the kingdom stays secure.
Not bad for a rumour spread long ago by a prince that happened to only have been born with pointy ears…
We have mentioned before that impracticable pieces of armour found their way onto a battlefield more than once but this lad is not off to war. He’s actually on his way to show his mates what his cool uncle got him from his travels.