Kol Picture

I don't make a habit of posting sketches here. But this one is exceptionally nice and I do consider it a finished piece unto itself. My sketches will, for the most part, be kept here: [link]

If you've known me long enough, you'll remember Kol. If you remember him properly, he's probably impossible to forget (for good or for ill).

On Pazour, they do have their own mythology. Part of it is about how the floating continent came to be when the Earth was cracked. It says that the Founders combined their energy and saved what they could and that they look after it still. The Great Eagle, the Lord of the Waters, Grey Crow, the Son of the Nemesis, the Queen of the Land, Gwion the White and The Blue Lady.

In that time and place, Kol is the Son of the Nemesis, though he hates the title and would rather people call him Lord of the South (I'm considering giving him his way on this one).

In the Pazourian story I'm going to start taking seriously at the end of this year, he is one of the key players. In short the premise is that in the fragments of earth left after the Apocalypse, there are three one-of-a-kind books left. Three holy books of the three most violent and dangerous faiths. The War of the Books is about the remaining people and what they do about it. This is the only installment of the Pazourian story that features Kol as anything more than a casual cameo. He will exist for the duration, but his level of involvement is near zero.

(Listed as Traditional because the sketch was done with an actual pencil on an actual piece of paper. No no, don't worry, I'm not ill. It has been enhanced and finished digitally.)

All story, names, characters and art (C) *NuisanceBearEull
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