Tuesday, March 06, 2007

New tale on Crackle Mountain - The Elves and the Envious Neighbour

I have finally adapted this tale for Crackle Mountain. I have had the images ready of a few weeks but have not found the time to sit down and write it. But I'm glad to say that I have now published this very funny Japanese folktale. If you have a few minuites to spare pop over to my Asian Folktale blog and read The Elves and The Envious Neighbour - Japanese Folktale.

The image above is a woodblock print by Ando Hiroshigi, 1830-1844, Japan. This camp fire scene title is listed as No. 33 Motoyama.


6 comments:

Jean-Luc Picard said...

Look forward to reading it.

shango-san said...

yokatta, hisashiburi da Ne. boku ha, sono hanashi tanoshii mi ni shiteimasu.
Doumo Arigatou Ne

helle said...

A beautiful print and wonderful story, Florence.
Love ....... "Comic pictures in rhythmic brushplay"

Florence said...

Captain, glad you liked the story :)

Shango-san, it has been a while hasn't it. I'm glad you like folktales too. You're welcome :D

Helle, it is a great description isn't it, well spotted!

xx

Merlyn Gabriel said...

Heyas Florence!

Great tale, and fabulous images too! I lovethat you share these folk tales with us all!

Hope you are having a great day!

xxxxs and ooos
merly

Florence said...

Thanks Merly :D

xx