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  1. Hi everyone, this is a place that serves as a storage place for my drawings, so that everyone who's interested in them can find them easily and gathered in one thread. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- My first drawing here, is the one I already posted in the "Fan Art Thread" earlier today. I've been working on this drawing since the early days of June. I was somewhat hesitant to post it, because it's quite a big departure from the usual Lenny stuff I draw (which you can see in the season 9 resp. season 10 Lenny thread). The original idea for this drawing is going back to a line from a fan fiction written by @5Mississippis (thank you for the original inspiration). In the course of dozens of reworkings, a serious case of artistical block, near mental breakdowns, real life issues and literally tons of eraser crumbs, the final drawing is worlds apart from that fan fiction line, and turned out to be a piece of art taking place in some kind of medieval "Game of Thrones" world. Ser Leonard rescuing the lovely Lady Penelope from the claws of an evil captor. Please don't interpret something into this picture. It's just a drawing in which I try to tell a story, which is a classic theme in literature, art, film and video games. In no way it is intended to endorse a certain gender allocation. I could reverse the roles, but I wanted to create a reminiscence of the previously mentioned classic theme, as seen in 19th century paintings like Frank Bernard Dicksee's "Chivalry" or John Everett Millais' "The Knight Errant".
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