They heard rumours already back in Port Asm’ail. One of them particularly drew Sabina’s attention. For a handful of coppers, an old merchant told her about a tomb of one of the ancient rulers of the Nazgabad Kingdom allegedly hidden in the heart of the desert. Vincenty doubted they will find anything more than sand and bones there. When after several days of travel a nearby sand dune exploded and a powerful undead king emerged before their eyes, he retorted: “Bloody hell, I knew it! Sand and bones!”
An independent illustrator who specialises in designing characters and illustrations for the needs of books, films and games. In his work, he often uses themes related to history, fantasy and science fiction. One of his favourite motives are Polish Winged Hussars, symbolising Poland’s past might and glory. To add variety to his job, he works on his own projects as well as on the commercial ones. Piotr draws inspiration from pictures of old masters: Jacek Malczewski, Rembrandt, Lucien Freud, John Singera Sargent, Howard Pyle, N.C. Wyeth and many others.
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.