"Even when he was up against a huge army and had no chance of winning… Roger stood his ground, he never ran away. Because the people he held dear were behind him. If they ran away together, his crewmates’ lives would be in danger too. To be precise, it’s not that he never ran away… but rather, he didn’t want the enemy to go after his crew. So he never let the enemy get away."
this is far too mesmerizing not to reblog
Solitude by Joe Fenton
Process shots show firstly working in graphite, then later adding ink and acrylic.
ho. ly. shit.