The amazing Achsa Nute (who also my wife) reached out to several artists to see if they would like to color one of the monsters from The Grand Bazaar of Ethra VanDalia Coloring Book. They, of course, said yes because they are awesome and cool. Next up, we have for you today the contribution of the amazing Jason Pedersen, who brought color to one of Shaper's living tools, a Footman.
Colored by Jason Pedersen
Gorgeous enough for a gallery this piece as Jason unleashed the magic of Copics
The proud artist posing with his work!
Footman coloring page art
The Grand Coloring Book of Ethra VanDalia measures 9x12 and is 84 pages. It features one-sided art with solid black on the reverse side to allow marker use and to limit bleeding. The book is available separately on my Kickstarter as well as being bundled with several of the other tiers so that you can receive the coloring book and the rest of the books offered in my campaign. Here is how the Footman will appear in the main book.
Footman11 x 14 - Pencil on paper
Original - Available on the Kickstarter!
© 2016 Christopher Burdett
There are some new selected readings available for your viewing pleasure. They are all up on my YouTube Channel, or you can enjoy the two latest videos here. Daniel Hooker and Kayla King lend their voices to breathe life into the Grand Bazaar.
Next in our series of selected readings from the Grand Bazaar, the most excellent Daniel Hooker shares the words of Grufle Yurn Mez (Ore dealer for Red Sunset Mining) following the incident in Smokey Hollow regarding a Corrupted Knight.
Next in our series of selected readings from the Grand Bazaar, the talented Kayla King shares a children's rhyme about the Petrous Blacksmith.
LASTLY, I did a recent interview about the Grand Bazaar and making art with the Longbox Guys. You can listen to my interview HERE. Hopefully, I was a rambling idiot.
That is all for another exciting Wednesday on the blog, see you back here on Friday! Until then...
For more samples of my work or to contact me regarding my availability head over to my website: www.christopherburdett.com