Confusio, or The Trepidations of a Tempest by JELarson

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One of five illustrations I did for a piece of literature written by a client last year.

Illustration © 2010 by J.E.Larson

J.E.Larson was born during the spring of the great Tea Cosy Revolution. He is believed to have been raised in the scriptorium of a didactic monastery before touring the moors of Humbug near the coast of Hopping Frog with a traveling caravan of gypsies. He now illustrates for several publications through automated dispatch from a tower in Claggum Hall.

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  • matthewdunnart
    matthewdunnartover 4 years ago

    This is fantastic

  • Many thanks!

    – JELarson

  • vampvamp
    vampvampover 4 years ago

    cool!

  • :D

    – JELarson

  • GretelGirl
    GretelGirlover 4 years ago

    fabulous!!!

  • Thanks:)

    – JELarson

  • Cat Leonard
    Cat Leonardover 4 years ago

    Really great. Love the stripy red suits against the black and white.

  • Much thanks – I really like working with stark reds on black and white:)

    – JELarson

  • Laura Grogan
    Laura Groganover 4 years ago

    Hahaha… I still love these since I saw them on your blog! ;)

  • Hey Laura – so glad you still do:D

    – JELarson

  • Zombie Rust
    Zombie Rustover 4 years ago

    Amazing!

  • Thanks a million:)

    – JELarson

  • Hilton Luckey
    Hilton Luckeyover 4 years ago

    Great work

  • Much appreciated – thanks!

    – JELarson

  • catherine walker
    catherine walkerover 4 years ago

    this is wonderful..well done ..gorgeous work!

  • Thank you so much – so glad you like it:)

    – JELarson

  • Luke Brannon
    Luke Brannonover 4 years ago


    Congratulations! You’ve been featured in Finks of Inks!

  • Wowsers, thanks!

    – JELarson

  • John Dicandia  ( JinnDoW )
    John Dicandia ...about 4 years ago

    What type of ink did you use?
    I love the technique you use.

  • Thanks, John – I usually use pens from Sakura which work very well and dry quickly -

    – JELarson

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