I hope we get some other Vergai pictures for the art competition too. This one from a Brisbane artist is really cool and the first one I've seen. I really like the morning star weapon and the scales done by checks...what a great idea. Thanks to everyone who is sending in artwork. I received one of a dragon today too. yay!
This is exciting. Here's the first picture of the scaly green Vergai badies for the art competition. He is even carrying the morning star weapon. Good work Bailey.
Keep on sending in your artwork everyone. Remember the art competition closes on the 15th of August and is open to Australian residents aged up to 18. First prize $150 for a character or scene from the Elven Jewel novel.
Congratulations to 8 year old Cate for this colourful entry of fairies and fairy dust coming out of the tree. Well done.
I must admit that Baja the fun-loving dwarf is one of my favourite characters. He's happy-go-lucky and enjoys a good fight, ale and gambling. He is one of the few dwarves to willingly leave Diamond City and he carries goods around the Relorian South Lands. Baja has dark red hair and beard worn in braids. He carries a wooden club and two throwing axes. He is the secret holder of an ancient dwarven weapon which is revealed in the Elven Jewel novel.
Draw or paint a picture of Baja for your chance to win $150 in the Elven Jewel art competition.
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Fendi is a 15 year-old halfling from Southdale. He has never been away from his family and village and not seen a dwarf or elf in his life. His biggest problems in life until now have been his pimples and how to talk to girls, so how will he cope when scaly armed warriors arrive in his village?
Draw a character or scene from the Elven Jewel novel by Kasper Beaumont to enter the competition for a chance to win $150. www.huntersofreloria.weebly.com
I had a great weekend away in the country with some friends and my mind is now bursting with ideas for Dragon's Revenge. Gee, writing is fun.
Some days I agree with all my editor's suggestions and some days I have to dig my heels in and say, "This is the way it's going to be." I guess the only one who really knows the fantasy world is the author, and while most of the time he is 100% right, some times I've just gotta go with with my heart. A book is a big part of you and it's a wonderful thing to be able to share with others. Happy reading, from Kasper.
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