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.

Sunday, February 04, 2007

LIFE AND DEATH AT GILOH

While Keno is standing at the big red door, and waiting to gain entry to Emperor Nang's royal palace, Shrew Khan and his valiant warriors are fighting for their lives at the Giloh outpost. And hope is fading fast...

11 comments:

aynaku said...

I was visiting your blog half an hour ago...and now something new has sprouted!
Your work as the amazing power to pull me back to my infancy, and those wonderful illustrated books on middle-age tales i was then fond...
:)

studio lolo said...

Another great chapter with the word cleverly woven in. And I like the battle axes! (Although I don't recognize any of them!)

Princess Pepper Cloud said...

Those battle axes look like they have seen some action. Very intricate but I m imagining them so very small. Terrific story, can't wait to see how Keno saves the day... again.. brave shrew

Anonymous said...

great assortment of weapons to die by, keno where are U!!!!!! lol biting my nails in anticapation of the rescue: michael dailey

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

Your work and your words are endlessly fascinating! Well done.

Michelle Lana said...

another cool one bron! great!

carla said...

What great details...I love the battle axes! You must do so much research to get everything "just right." Your work is so splendid!

Anonymous said...

I agree with Carla, you always get it just right. Wonderful and captivating as always.

Wee Cottage (blogger won't let me loggin to my account so I'm anonymous wee today)

Amy Zaleski said...

I'm laughing imagining how tiny these battle axes would actually be....if they were actual, that is. I missed the last couple of entries but just got caught up. And I'm really impressed with that massive gate - great job on the woodgrain and the stones!

Tony LaRocca said...

That is so cool- you obviously put so much work & depth into it. Keep it up.

Ginger*:)* said...

This cant be cant be cant be the LAST battle. I know you will find a way out of this Shrew Kahn.

Those battle axes would come in handy in my kitchen. Just think of how fast we could chop broccoli!