Sunday, October 12, 2014

Inktober #12

The twelfth sketch for Inktober! I must say, I think this is definitely my favorite so far. It was definitely a lot of fun to do, and I may try it again in pencil in my much larger sketchbook.

"Thus bemourned the Geatish folk their master's fall, comrades of his hearth, 
crying that he was ever of the kings of earth of men most generous and to men most gracious, 
to his people most tender and for praise most eager." 
~ Tolkien's translation of Beowulf, lines 2662-2665

1 comment:

  1. The angle you chose for the sword must have been really hard to work with, but you nailed it. Beowulf for the win!