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Fan Art Up! is a weekly meme hosted by Tabitha @ Not Yet Read. It is dedicated to showcasing our Fan Art inspired by entertainment media, whether it’s Books, Movies, Anime, Comics, etc. Spread those peacock feathers for us!
Rules for participating can be found on the Fan Art Up! main page
This week’s art was inspired by ooops…nothing!
You heard me right! I ended up with a sinus infection, way too much work, not enough sleep and oh yeah lots of planning I need to do for my BEA trip to NYC next week – so instead you’ll be treated to a random page from my sketch book. Here I am going…
“oops sorry I didn’t mean to I swear!” or “The jig is up”
Alright folks link up and lets see what you’ve done! Remember to link back to this post!
This week I decided to participate in a fun weekly feature Nathan @ Fantasy Review Barn came up with using the book THE TOUGH GUIDE TO FANTASYLAND by Dianne Wynne Jones – using that as inspiration we shall tour the mystical countryside looking for adventure and fun (and tropes) from all over fantasy!
This week’s guide is on Hidden Kingdoms!
Hidden Kingdom. Usually reached through CAVERNS or after an arduous trek into the heart of the central masssif, this is often the object of the Tour QUEST…
STOLEN SONGBIRD by Danielle L Jensen – You can’t get more hidden than this. One must dive into a lake, swim under to reach a cavern – then travel through said cavern where dangerous creatures lurk that will eat you – to then reach an entire Troll city that is stuck under a mountain.
SABRIEL by Garth Nix – So this is one of those “beyond the wall” Kingdoms where the hidden kingdom exists and is hidden from our world by a wall that is guarded. One of my favorite YA series right here.
STARDUST by Neil Gaiman – this is an obvious one and probably would be on many lists. It’s another “beyond the wall” type hidden kingdom.
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