Friday, 4 February 2011

Pic of the Week . . . Jason Chan . . .

Look at what I found!!!

During my search through artists, I found this piece, and to my surprise it matches one of my legendary characters in my new novel. He won't be in the novel in person, but his story is well known throughout, and when I imagined him, this is what he would have looked like. Here's the paragraph from my first chapter where the King of the Sea's is first mentioned. (Click here to read the whole piece again).

'The anchor continued to drag and then came up against a large boulder that it hooked on. The boulder leered back, its shape resembling the form of the King of the Seas, with the torso of a man and the tendrils of an octopus. The anchor gripped firm, refusing to let go, and the boulder rocked with the pressure. As the Captain continued to struggle at the helm above, the boulder gave and toppled on its side. The seabed stirred, sending a cloud of sand rising up into the whirling tides, and from beneath the boulder something emerged that resembled a large bubble. It cut through the dust cloud, ascending through the stormy waters and up towards the Scarlet Sail. '

Just goes to show that you can never create something truly

Love this art...


Jason Chan


  1. This is wonderful. Original and passionate

  2. Isn't it just. Thank you Monsieur Anonymous...