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Category Archives: Moorehawke
The lovely Edith of Tirindeth’s Books has sent me a photo of her completed tattoo. It is based Christopher Garron’s Merron snake bracelets and on the design she asked me to do of them. So many hours of pain must have gone into … Continue reading
I’m just using the last few days of my holidays to catch up on my backlog of drawings. This is the tied down design for the Merron bear bracelets that Sólmundr, Hallvor and (eventually) Christopher wear in The Moorehawke Trilogy. … Continue reading
Well hello, Konigspfade! Is that a map in your pocket or are you just happy to see me? (I do so love how the German maps are actual individual wee maps! SO COOL! ) (Photo taken in an excited rush on … Continue reading
On a recent visit to Kings Hospital School in Dublin, a lovely young woman called Cassie asked me about the names used in Moorehawke. I had meant to link her to this post from August 2010, but I had forgotten … Continue reading