An Arthurian Romance

Unplanned Winter Break…

Sir Gawain in a long red cloak

Dear reader,

You may have noticed that in October and November the pages became irregular, and that posting eventually stopped altogether. 2020 being what it is, some unexpected things happened to me, and as a result I have found myself with an unplanned break in my comic posting schedule. I’m getting back on my feet now, returning to my drawing table, and I hope to resume posting soon with new comic pages.

Meanwhile, have an old Gawain sketch that I touched up, inked and watercoloured. I am working on my colour skills but it is, to say the least, a bit of a challenge.

Anyway: I hope to see you again soon for the continuation of The Darkest Hour!

<< Back to page 91 of The Darkest Hour

<< Back to the beginning of The Darkest Hour

1 Comment

  1. Emma

    Hello! I recently found your Gawain Project, and decided to share my thoughts about it πŸ˜€
    To begin with, lovely story and lovely artwork! I find the linework especially delightful! (your watercolor paintings are fantastic, too)πŸ˜„
    I must say I adore your take on the legend in The Darkest Hour. From everything else I’ve read, Uther and Arthur are always the center of attention, and Ygraine doesn’t have a say in the whole thing. There she is always just Arthur’s mother, always overlooked, her opinion and point of view never (clearly) presented. Here, in the prequel of your comic, Ygraine is the protagonist, a living, breathing personage, while Uther is shown in negative light. Certainly an unpopular scenario, but I’m utterly fond of it for its interesting take.
    In conclusion: For me, the project is perfect as it is, I have no critique. Thank you for sharing it with the world! I’m eager to learn more about it πŸ˜ƒ

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

 

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

© 2022 Gawain

Theme by Anders NorΓ©nUp ↑