First pencil sketch
I posted about it earlier, but I’ll just add the first sketch here as well to complete the story.
I’ve just had the latest progress update from Iver Klingenberg who is painting the cover art for Women of the Wise Oak and I have to say, it is going to be absolutely breathtaking.
It features a golden eagle flying over an alpine lake, and Iver is particularly adept at painting water. I don’t know whether to share the half finished painting with you or not. Will it spoil the surprise of seeing the fully finished artwork? Would anyone like to see it? Does anyone even care?
Leave a comment, and if we get enough (let’s say five) then I will post it here. If not then I will send an image to the few who want to see it via email.
O.K. so, we only managed three comments. I guess, that is actually pretty good going for a small and not yet widely followed blog.
Here’s the work in progress. FANFARE!
Isn’t that lush? Can’t wait to see the finished thing.
Finished painting reveal.
Well, I have got a photograph of the finished painting now from Iver Klingenberg and, yes, it is every bit as amazing as I expected it to be.
So, d’ya wanna see it? Do ya? Do ya?
I know you do.
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