Battle across Ginnungagap FIN. Picture

FINALLY! IT IS FINISHED!

Yeah, after about 7 weeks of dipping in and out of it like it's an overly hot bath - or overly cold swimming pool - i've decided to sit down with too much coffee and finish the bloody thing off.

This is an amalgamation of the 3 panels: [link] , [link] , [link] with additional narrative in the form of the bordering text.

The type was made to only be slightly readable, more used as a design crutch to add a border without it seeming too out of place, although, if you do make the effort to read it, it does help enforce the sequentiality of the panels... slightly...

Working process can also be viewed here: [link]

Materials:
Traditional elements:
2H staedtler wooden pencil
HB staedtler clutch pencil
Mapping pen
Custom blend of ink: mars black indian ink, turquoise blue and ultramarine in a 2:1:1 ratio
215gsm Daler Rowney 'vanilla' paper
Digital elements
Wacom Intuos
Adobe PhotoShop CS5

Time:
Total = ~13 hours
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