With Rimbles close on his heels, Tupper chose a roundabout way into the galleries, springing lightly down one set of stairs after another as he followed them into the heart of the mountain. He couldn’t have explained why he knew his master was in the deeper galleries. He just did.
Acting upon this certainty, Tupper jogged along a columned passage, lantern held high, key thumping against his chest in time with his heartbeat.
—excerpted from Galleries of Stone, Book 2: Harrow
Tupper Meadowsweet. From time to time, I’ll be sharing sketches and illustrations from Galleries of Stone on this blog. These art posts include pieces I’ve commissioned, as well as gift art. Today, I’m featuring a lovely digital painting of Tupper, who loves delving deep into the Statuary’s many passages.
Tupper • ELK64
4 thoughts on “ART: Tupper [Galleries of Stone]”
Great picture! :-) ~Sky
So glad you like it!
I love the colors and all of the texture in this piece. One of my favorites!
Oh, yes. I love her work! : )