WoR Comic - Rysn Interlude
(*Long Post Warning*)
"Boldness. You must be bold with the Reshi." / Vstim
(Words of Radiance Rysn Interlude)
This is a scene from Rysn Interlude of WoR =)
I haven’t used this style for a while, but I actually like it!
The original piece is here:
Also, another sketch based on the whole chapter:
I think Rysn, Tyvnk, larkin, Vstim (Oh my he is cute XD), Talik, Reshi King and the eye of Relu-na are included, and the background looks like Reshi Sea and those strange plants. I’m going to do more secondary characters but choice is so hard!
Some notes a bit off the topic: Rysn’s outfit is inspired by Bohemian and Norwegian folk costume. For Thaylen men wear I decided to imitate the clothes from Ottoman Empire, especially those robes and hats. Everything related to Reshi people always reminds me of Maori culture in New Zealand. Also, Oceanian people’s tatoo often makes me think of Axies’ scholarly notes =) (Wow, it’s time to study some anthropology!)
(Another thing: Is there any Thaylen eyebrow fan? Drawing them makes me so happy ^ v ^)
Below is something not serious, drawn by ball pen in five minutes I'm so glad Axies makes a cameo here!
Since I may not have enough time to draw in the next few months, I just upload some recent art here, mostly rough sketches, please don't mind
"Don't weep, Szeth!"
This…is kind of a SA interlude character crossover which I promised to do a few weeks back. I’ll try to include all of them from WoK and WoR =)
"Old friend, I hope this missive finds you well."
Wit/Hoid and the recipient of the letter, i.e. the dragon (some wild and silly imagination here)
"Welcome, lost one."
Talenel and Wit from the epilogue of WoK (Finally Taln! I always want to depict him XD)
The design of Wit’s enthir is inspired by cittern, a stringed instrument from the Renaissance period =)
Different character design for Emperor's Soul
I couldn't decide how the final product would look like... We'll see =)
Doodles of Iyatil and Zahel (Oh man I'm going to confuse him with Talenel...)
Taken with Canon Canon IXUS 230 HS
- 5 mm
- f f/3.0
- ISO 125