Friday, July 08, 2005

Outside the Wall

Another Rapunzel drawing, and for once posted in correct sequence from the previous page which showed him descending into the garden. This time the view is from the other side of the wall as he's climbing out. The text reads:
Then the Witch's anger was a little appeased, and she said "If it's as you say, you may take as much rampion away with you as you like, but on one condition only, that you give me the child your wife will shortly bring into the world. All shall go well with it, and I will look after it like a mother." The man in his terror agreed to everything she asked.
I may have blogged this one a little too soon, I'm not sure now about the yellow wall and a few other things. Guess I'll fiddle with it tomorrow.