Images for Chaos
Arielle & Angus
A commissioned piece by Pedohika. We wanted to get a visual on what a younger version of Angus and Arielle looked like. We think she did a great job. What do you guys think? Did they look different in your minds?
Murder of Shrulks
Don't feed the animals!
Shrulks travel in packs, we call it a murder just because it sounds more menacing. "A murder of shrulks are approaching!" OR "A pack of shrulks are approaching!" See? it sounds much better.
The Gates of Golorath
It's autumn at The Gates. We love all of the details in this piece. We can almost see the Blades walking The Ledge. Hey ... is that Arielle up there?
The House Crests of The Patresilen.
House Tu'renthian is the Royal House and House Rhen'val is the first Noble House.
All other Houses pledge to them.
The whimsy of this banner is amazing. How cute are these guys? Don't you want to just tickle their toes?
So my wife and I are originally from Queens, New York and this piece was inspired from some of the places we liked to hang out when we were younger. From the ceilings of the garages by Van Buren (had to stay out of the rain when cutting class), the tunnel created by the Grand Central Parkway passing over the Alley Pond Park walking trails (another favorite spot for inclement weather), the Braddock Park handball courts, to the Kiddie Park by St. Gregory’s Church in Bellerose (a favorite weekend haunt), it seemed like everyone liked to leave a memento of their presence by painting, scratching, burning, or carving their names. Trying to capture some of that same disgruntled, rebellious spirit for the Lethen’al, we had the members of the Immortals tag their names in a similar manner. I can imagine them skipping lessons and running off into to some secluded spot to share a six pack and nonsense.
Angus & Arielle
This is actually a scene from our book trailer.
We think they look like a Disney Prince and Princess. Pretty sweet couple.
This is a fantastic interpretation of a scene from the first book involving Angus and Arielle.
You can find out more about the artist by clicking the picture.