Fantasy Art Originals | John Blanche 19/24
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Untitled. Original size: 265 x 345 mm
Published in The Prince and the Woodcutter by Dragon’s World Limited 1979.
“Serene, the King surveyed the scene. A bitter sun was spitting sun was spitting on a silent waste of blood soaked rubble. In ruins, the Square was strewn with junk. The blasted streets seemed one vast dump. A reeking haze seeped from a mash of blazing trash and pissed out ash. Corpses littered limp as lumps. Butchered bodies lay in chunks. Hacked off stumps from human trunks, stiff with gore, were going black.”
Text: © Dragon’s World Limited 1979.
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