After the great battle, the Pheasant Knight bid his comrades farewell and journeyed to the Chrysanthemum Kingdom. Though instantly recognizable by his stunning armor and striking face, the Pheasant Knight’s reputation truly came from his quick mind and his ability to swiftly leap into action. This also meant he had a tendency to act before thinking things through - when a young Sparrow approached him bearing a sword and a plea to become his apprentice, he probably should have hesitated...instead, he took her under his wing without thinking, promising to train her once they entered the Chrysanthemum palace.
Alternate title: Knight of Swords
Addi Miyako is based in the beautiful Bay Area in Northern California. She draws inspiration from nature, Japanese folklore, and the feminine.
When not creating art, she enjoys singing, traveling, and trying new foods.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.