The text and paintings on The Trowbridge Chronicles are taken from the illustrated journal of Violet Trowbridge, a shrew that once lived in a village deep in the Olympic Rain Forest. Each new post will represent a portion of Mrs. Trowbridge’s journal.

Monday, January 29, 2007

THE BIG RED DOOR

Our story picks up at the front gate of Shomu. Keno has just arrived exhausted from his rescue run and he has been acknowledged by the guards. Once inside the city, he will seek an audience with Emperor Nang, and solicit help from the emperor's royal army. Could a lowly, battle worn shrew be received by the emperor. We shall see...

9 comments:

Michelle Lana said...

Great one, bron!

aynaku said...

hi bron, yes it's definetely hard to keep up w' IF!Quality pics and stories need time, always...anyways you always get it and amaze me with your intriguing writings and drawing mastery.
:)

Ginger*:)* said...

Bettle Stew?!!! I suppose that is a delicacy that can only be appreciated by a shrew. I am sure that Keno will find Shrew Kahn alive... after all this he must succeed in his mission.

Rrramone said...

Is this your post for RED? Great idea! :-)

Twisselman said...

Your words paint the pictures for us so well. Yep, I can see that red door looming ahead... and I can smell the aroma of those delicacies hanging on their hooks. Yum.

md said...

lol i think im going to have me a plate of that beetle stew and some steam grubs and maybe some fried locuts on the side all wash down with some of that there shew brew. can this get any better. masterfully done

Angela said...

Great story as always! :)

scribblesk said...

Roasted grubs - how delish! I hope Keno acts quickly! Great as always!

Sherry Rogers said...

Shrew Khan must be alive! Go quickly Keno, don't waste any time thinking about those tasty treats! Be brave!

Sorry I am so late posting. . .life has gotten extremely busy all of the sudden. There isn't even time to even sleep! Oh My!