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Tower on the Coast – #WorldsForgotten

Welcome Fellow Travellers!

Welcome to my #WorldsForgotten series, every week I will be posting a new ink illustration accompanied by a short story/description just to set the scene; the rest will be left to the imagination of the viewer!

The Illustration

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Tower on the Coast – Ink on Mixed Media Paper – 4″ x 6″

Elrohim awoke and the first thing that he noticed other than the pain in his ribs was the mouthful of sand. It hurt to open his eyes, the sun seemed to be intensely bright; almost as though he had been in the dim torchlit underground for months like the mining Dwarves of the Northlands,  and surfaced at the peak of high summer on a clear midday.

Finally managing to focus his vision, and looking past the splintered and broken wreckage of his small row boat, Elrohim caught sight of it at last, after months and months of searching.

The Tower.

He had found the hidden bay.

Don’t Miss a Post!

Each illustration for the #WorldsForgotten series is posted first on my Instagram on Thursdays.

Also on Instagram I post exclusive behind the scenes photos and short video clips (which I’ll be doing a lot more of nowadays) so be sure to follow me on there and be amongst the first to see new works and works in progress! – @JGloverArt

Every Sunday following the Thursday Instagram post, I will post the illustration here on my blog and add a bit more depth in terms of the description/story behind it and so on.

[Be sure to subscribe/follow to stay updated!!!] 

Until next time, farewell!

JGlover

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