“It’s done” – Frodo Baggins from the Shire, Token’s Middle Earth
Yes, exactly how I feel after finals – like I battered and battled through a big (and not quite very epic) adventure of homework and group project deadlines in a few (3) fellowships of various characters to learn some things about structures statically standing up, purifying water to be drinkable with a bit of alchemy, natural disasters and how to be morally “good” engineer, and with last tests, It’s done. It’s over. And the good thing is there is “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” – !
Another thing done is the “Nutcracker-story” project I been working on for ‘bout six years (lots and lots of months of breaks for most explanation plus slow coloring skills). So a bit of tad historical originality – the Nutcracker is a world-around beloved Christmas tale about a young girl’s adventures with battling mice, magically animated toys including a Nutcracker friend and food – lots and lots of all-around-the-world food (desserts mostly); this story was first told by a man names E.T. Hoffman as “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King” and has been told many times over through storybooks, replayed animations and Tchaikovsky’s wonder-filled musical compositions and always-changing ballet – And after a long-ago once-upon-a-time when my art teacher told me to redraw the Nutcracker storybook, I am retelling the nutcracker story too. (look below)
Note: This comic is shared only as a nonprofit fan-art for simple-happy. Several phrases are from the "Nutcracker Ballet" by Vladmir Vagin – lovely traditional illustrations (frankly scared me a bit though – probably just me) and very true to the ballet as I remember it. All things borrowed should have a shout-out of some-sort within Author Notes for each individual page. However, if I miss a needed citation, please note me so I can give the proper credit.
Thank you, enjoy and jolly-olly holidays!