Shiva and the Hunter by Nestor
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An Illustration from “Runes of the Cosmic Tree” by Adeshua David published by Immortal Books. Pencil on paper. This illustrates a traditional Indian story about a mean spirited hunter who spares the lives of a family of deer and so is blessed by Shiva.

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deer, hunter, indian, pencil, illos

Comments

  • zedsdead
    zedsdeadover 6 years ago

    This is superb!

  • Pete Janes
    Pete Janesabout 5 years ago

    Excellent work!

  • Pete thankyou. Found your work because of the concise, droll and depressing article you generously put out about comic submissions. Thanks.

    – Nestor

  • Anita Inverarity
    Anita Inverarityalmost 5 years ago

    Your work is beautiful, classic- I love it x

  • pinkyjain
    pinkyjainalmost 5 years ago

    Wow, Magnificent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • sirbonessa
    sirbonessaalmost 5 years ago

    One of the best things ever seen here and elsewhere!

  • Julie-Ann Vellios
    Julie-Ann Velliosalmost 5 years ago

    how beautiful – you have such skill

  • Monica Engeler
    Monica Engelerabout 4 years ago

    Your work is wonderful. I love it. Beautiful.

  • topazlights
    topazlightsabout 4 years ago

    Wonderful detail!!

  • Kristin Reynolds
    Kristin Reynoldsabout 4 years ago

    oh wow, this is bloody brilliant work-the book sounds amazing. It is enchanting.

  • Kristin I reckon you would like it, (the book) it was written by a poet who was retelling traditional stories from all over the world. Finland to Sioux Indians to African Shaman traditions. It was a pleasure and an education to illustrate.

    – Nestor

  • Kristin Reynolds
    Kristin Reynoldsabout 4 years ago

    wow, really? that sounds really amazing. have you got a link to it, please?

  • Link? Um – Adeshua himself now I guess. I’ll get back to you, by-the-way- so glad to have a watch list link to your work now. I didn’t realise I was missing out on something so nourishing, – trying to thing of the word when a true poet hits the mark, and not being a poet have missed it.

    – Nestor

  • think,, not thing!!arghh

    – Nestor

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