cover art for Dungeon Magazine # 90
Chebika - Tunisia
See captions for place names.
Math and Science Week!
aseantoo submitted to medievalpoc:
Al-Jazari, (1136–1206) Medieval Turkish robot-maker!
Pictured above is his famous Elephant Clock.
His Musical Robot Band. [x]
His Wine-Pouring Machine.
His Castle Clock.
His Hand-Washing Automaton With Flush Mechanism.
His… uh… Table Device? I have no idea what this was for, actually.
Why there isn’t an entire genre of steampunk inspired by this guy, I have no idea.
Traditional clothing of North Africa:
- Girl in traditional jewelry (Amazigh- Tunisia)
- A group of women in traditional clothing (Morocco)
- Three girls in traditional dress (Libya)
- Woman in traditional clothing (Bedouin- Egypt)
- Bride in traditional dress (Sudan)
- Two girls in traditional dress (Libya)
- Girl in traditional clothing (Amazigh- Morocco)
- Woman in traditional dress (Algeria)
- Bride in traditional clothing (Tunisia)
- A bride in traditional dress (Amazigh-Algeria)
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I was actually thinking “Elonan Engineer?” For a bit
I wanted to fully colour this, but I can never seem to shade anything to my liking. So here she is with flats and a tiny bit of definition on the face.
Colour/shading is something I constantly have issues with, but I am pretty proud of this line style. I started working on figuring it out with the Flight Rising art, gave up, and have finally managed to pin down a way to do it. It still needs a little tweaking, but I’ll figure it out as I go.
by Zdzisław Beksiński
Gives you water in exchange for your life.
— MO racz
— Les Edwards