Inspired by "The Chronicles of Narnia". A series of books that I grew up with and still to this day bring me inspiration.
This is pretty, I remember Mr.Tumnus.
I saw the brodcast narnia on TV when I
was little. Your picture of Tumnus is good. I was seventeen years old when I started drawing a faun.
It's Mr. Tumnus! :: Does happy dance. :: I love The Chronicles of Narnia, and your rendering of Mr. Tumnus is awesome!
As always Wenche, thanks!
Thank you mate! It's alway great hearing from you my friend.
That must have been some wardrobe...did you ever go inside it as a child? The Chronicles are so believable and I still believe in it even as an . Thanks Joanna!
That's a great name for a wonderful dog.
You always have something nice to say about my work Ria. Thank you for that.
Thank you Simon!
Thank you for your kind words. He has always been a character that has been alive to me too.
Hi there, I've always loved Mr. Tumnus and I just wanted you to know this is a beautiful portrayal of him...you've done a spectacular job of bringing him to life in my eyes, thank you.
Beautiful painting, James, your work seems to emit such warmth and charm...heh heh even when it,s snowing!
"The Lion, the Witch and the Warderobe" is one of my favourite fantasy novels and is still sitting on my book-shelf, on the verge of falling to pieces! As a child I could never go to sleep if my mother had not thoroughly checked the interior of the warderobe and then closed the door properly...so I could hear the click... Beautifully rendered work, James!
This is just adorable James! We had a cocker spaniel named Mr Tumnus........I love this character.
Ohhhh James, this is so wonderful. Like his wonderful expression! And it already reminds me of the season :)Thanks for sharing James!
I read those books as a youngster too - I'd forgotten about this character for about 25 years! Great job here, brings back memories!
Get art in your inbox! Stay up-to-date on the latest happenings.