13 – Kennet Mak San, Pictish Warrior

| November 22, 2012 | 0 Comments

A reimagining of the look of Robert E. Howard’s Pictish warriors, brought under the influence of Bran Mak Morn under one banner in the face of Rome’s might. Kennet was one of hundreds of Picts brought from the Highlands to stand firm against the assault of the Roman advance- his skill with a greatsword, and the story of his aquisition of a Tuathe necklace while young, making him an outstanding folk hero, even under the shadow of their legendary King.

Category: 2012, Fantasy

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Hello, everyone. My name is Gregory Gibbons, and I've been drawing for a long, long time. Check out my website to see some of my gallery stuff, and my little flash games, too.

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