Here’s a little present for folks to enjoy over the weekend: Steve’s sketches for the three Lost Tribes being presented in W20. These are always a great topic for discussion, and I know the writing team traded a fair number of thoughts about these Tribes, so feel free to let us know what you think.
From here on in I’ll post a few finishes from Steve, but I have tons of sketches coming in these next few weeks from the fabled roster of WtA artists from the past 20 years such as Richard Kane Ferguson, Jeff Rebner, Drew Tucker, Brian Wackwitz and Dan Brereton- just to name a few. Would you like to have the chance to comment on all the sketches, some of them? Any particular ones like the Gifts? Let me know. And now, some comments from Mr. Prescott on these pieces:
Not much to say for Bunyip – oh, other than
I still need to add the aboriginal “bunyip” creature drawing in the
Two more that are stickin’ in my craw a little. I not getting the
vibe I want on Mari for the Black Furies – and the Croatan woman looks
a little too “Pocahontas” for my liking. I’m going to work on those
some more tonight.
Croatan – once again I am amazed that with the internet and my some-
odd 15 books about native americans, I couldn’t dig up any really
inspiring or useful Algonkin indian reference. I just went with
northeast woodland indians and kind of amalgamated a handful of visual
cues. She’ll have some cool red war/shaman paint on her exposed skin
(that is actually from the one decent Algonkin pic I have). Notice
the turtle shells on her braids and, of course, the turtle on the