Earlier I've posted some dwarf-pics that I made just for the fun of it. Here's another one, completed just after the others. Maybe not buzzworthy but he's going viral non the less. Sooooo without further ado, All hail Torkka Medglaz of Malekijkorens blood!
I play games! Boardgames, tabletop RPGs et cetera, et cetera and so on. It's fun.
A few weeks ago me and a couple OBOPOFOM started talking about games from the past. Games that we played as teenagers. Games that we still play, just a little different. What a flashback!
I don't want to bore you with my nostalgic rambling about games and whatnot. Instead I'm going to bore you with beards. Yes you heard me right. BEARDS! Beards are incredible "hip" here in sweden right now. If you want to be awesome and I really mean AWESOME, start growing that facial hair.
But the end of the hipster is near some say, so I'm not going to give you advice on that matter.
If you're not a dwarf that is. Dwarves in fantasy fiction has always been awesome. Why? Because they always have freakin beards, that's why!
So it's time for me to try this Throwback stuff out.
Some years ago I made a couple of illustrations for a bedtime story about a little troll. In the midst of the illustration process the company pulled the brakes, paid for the work I had done and basically went belly up. And some things that should not have been forgotten were lost. Days became months. Months became years. And for five long years, the illustrations passed out of all knowledge...
Enough said... It's about time for this little troll to see the light of day!
I suddenly realized that I haven't posted any art of the christmas cards that I produce through SwedCard LLC. I have put up some links and photos but that's all. Well shame on me! So for all of you out there who miss that christmas feeling, this one's for you...
So, I'm back with some illustrations for Jörgen Karlssons book about the carolean Karl Kämpe (Caroleans (Swedish: karoliner) were the soldies of the Swedish kings Charles XI and Charles XII)
The book is planned to be divided in eight shorter novels and this is part two.
You can download the two released novels about Karl's adventures at: THIS SITE
For the first novel I painted the cover, this time around I got to do the cover and two illustrations in greyscale. Enjoy!