Is "Z" for Zeal?Elizabeth B.
"Z" is for "Zuit of Armor!"--Nick
Ha ha! "Zoot" of armor, perhaps? I also think it is "zeal".
How about the new and improved "Zipperless" Armor our little knight is wearing?
Good guesses! The poem does say "Zeal" actually, but I think this kid's name is probably Zachary. Or maybe his parent's were big fans of He-Man and named thier son Zodak.Zipperless armour was quite the innovation! I'm sure it saved many a jolly jousting Knight of the Round.
i was going to guess ZEAL. but I'm too late. LOVE it.
I guess this was a lot simpler that I though it would be. I wish it was for "zoologist."
Great pieces Ben! I love the way you draw hands. I think you must have made special study of hands.
More excellent drawings!
Thinking art of child and sword. Maybe Z for bad mans like Zuul. Zuul put sad childs into army.You show child say to mama, "be brave, mama, I have strong sword, see?"
Welcome back, Floaty! We haven't heard from you here in quite awhile. Keep to the strong sword.Thanks for the comment, Eric. I have worked a lot on my hands, but they are soo hard to draw well. I still have a long way to go. There are a lot of good stylistic tricks though. steak has a good "one knuckle out" rule, and here are lots of tricks in the drawings of the italian masters.
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