The Wee Free Men pt 1

I began reading The Wee Free Men (without any prior DiscWorld experience) and instantly fell in love with the series. So much so that I did an entire series of illustrations based on that first Tiffany Aching book. Here are some little black and white illustrations I did that are meant to serve as the headers for chapters.

 

chapter 7
“I can teach you a lesson you won’t forget in a hurry.”
chapter1
Granny Aching 
chapter4
Hamish
chapter2
Nac Mac Feegle Funeral
chapter3
Granny’s favorite chewing tobacco
chapter5
Portal to fairy land
chapter6
A drome amongst the dancers

 

Chapter8
“I can teach you a lesson you won’t forget in a hurry.”
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Something New and Something Old

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Recent Illustration of the pivotal scene from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.

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Another Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell Illustration. I remember feeling convinced that the Raven King was a real figure of English History for a long time after first reading the book. That’s just how well thought through and detailed it is. One of my favorite parts about visiting York and Northern England was getting to see the setting of the more magical part of England. Teehee.

Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell

Susanna Clarke’s novel Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norell has been one of my favorite books for many years now. I was so excited when BBC made it into a mini series, unfortunately I let the summer get by me and only managed to watch the first episode of it. wop wop wop 

I also made a series of illustrations in anticipation of mini series and never posted those online either. Here’s one of them:

The Raven King Answers

“The Raven King Answers”

This is a scene from one of the last parts of the book when Norell and Strange finally reunite and are forced to work together. I Loved this particular scene in the library and I can’t wait to see how they visualized it in the series.  Will be sure to post more of my Jonathan Strange work in the near future.