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“Family” - Her brother was supposed to inherit the title “Hayabusa” from their father, which was a legendary hunter known from his incredible skills and mastery with bow and arrow hunting. She never even tried to hid the excitement to watch her brother arduous training, ignoring that the village tradition required her to work on household duties. The thrill of the hunting was what her spirit eagered.
After a long and penurious winter, plagued by a misterious disease, both her father and brother passed away, leaving the family legacy on the verge of faltering.
Motivated by the fact that the Hayabusa blood ran in her veins, she decided that nothing could stop her to achieve her calling. Remembering spectating hours of their training, she realized that the words of instruction her father gave to her brother was engraved in her mind and she was able to master the bow and arrow to a level her father could never conceive, using an unseen level of intuition. However, deep down she knew that the will to impress the ghost of her ancestors was the true motivator.
Sometimes, after a successful maneuver, she briefly questions if her father would be proud of her bravery and mastery or disappointed by her disobedience. Quickly she realizes that what matters is that she listened to her own calling.
Will Murai is a brazilian illustrator and concept artist based in Orange County, California. His experience includes working for clients such as Marvel Comics, Crytek, Wizards of the Coast and is currently a Senior Illustrator in the Cinematics department at Blizzard Entertainment.
Inquiries can be sent at [email protected]
Will's only social media is Instagram @willmurai
For Original Art: www.willmurai.com
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.