So I finished listening to an audio book of Watership Down a little while ago (okay… over a month ago), and I painted this not long after and forgot to scan it in.
El-ahrairah, the Prince with a Thousand Enemies, probably holds one of the coolest titles ever. Also, he’s a rabbit.
I watched the movie again…now I am sad.
And now I must make all the photosets!
This thing is pretty old but it still looks kinda good? Should I re-do this?
have any for sale?
Yup! Only a few things, I also have another couple of things I can put up at a later date.
[ LIT MEME : 1 AUTHOR ] RICHARD ADAMS
Adams had originally begun telling the story of Watership Down to his two daughters, and they insisted that he publish it as a book. It took two years to write. In 1972, after four publishers and three writers’ agencies had turned down the manuscript for Watership Down, Rex Collings agreed to publish the work. The book gained international acclaim almost immediately.
Over the next few years Watership Down sold over a million copies worldwide and became a modern classic. Adams won both of the two most prestigious British children’s book awards, one of six authors to do so: the Carnegie Medal and the Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize. In 1974, following publication of his second novel, Shardik, he left the Civil Service to become a full-time author. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 1975.
watching movie reviews and thinking about watership down i tried draw black rabbit of inle because this character is very interesting to me idk why