Mark Twain’s Laws of Romantic Fiction. There are nineteen rules governing literary art in domain of romantic fiction — some say twenty-two. In “Deerslayer,” Cooper violated eighteen… Read more “Mark Twain’s laws of Lit.”
I have not done art for Roar in a few weeks. So it felt nice to have a quick ( 2 hr) pen sketch at hand. I doodled with no preconceived notions and this is what I got. Roar sitting at a table contemplating the things she’s just learned, and Siraj has successfully breached the Citadel to approach her about a deal neither of them can refuse.
Currently I lack the proper editing program to ‘fix’ the art.
At some point I’ll go back and fill it with color and paint bringing the scene to a more fruitful life.
‘There are three rules for writing a novel. Unfortunately, no one knows what they are. W. Somerset Maugham * Post 150
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