I finished the main illustration for Olivia’s story on how the Fates fell out.
Here you can see Clotho laying into her sisters, Lachesis and Atropos.
“So, as I said to Avery, the sisters got tired of all that spinning, weaving and cutting… and quite frankly they were sick of each other. Imagine spending all your time in your living room – all day, every day – never going anywhere?”
You can read about how they came to blows here.
More stories to come. 🙂
As promised, I am working on a free content story for my website. The page is up and the cover artwork done. The summary for the story is below. Stay tuned for more updates.
Avery is an atheist who sought satisfaction and happiness in his work and life. Disillusioned with both, he finds himself wondering if he has achieved anything of value.
Olivia believes in the supernatural, but has had her own disappointments with religion. She finds her faith has changed and wonders what she still believes in.
On the threshold of old age, the two cousins renew their friendship and begin a text correspondence during Olivia’s daily excursion by bus to her new job.
Avery, bored with his own work, asks Olivia to tell him a story as she used to do when they were children. She obliges him with the tale of The Year of the Numen.