When teaching history, I used to try to explain this to students- usually with little success. People have a hard time grasping how many people it took to make them. and how that gives us huge family trees. ** This is very interesting.
The Princess and the Troll Sons, from The Boy and the Trolls, by John Bauer. ""Look at them," urged the troll mother. "Look at my sons. Handsomer trolls can't be found this side of the moon. But then of course, they take after their mother.
This image found in a virtual domain was very difficult to make any sense out of. There are random characters everywhere and odd images put together which makes it impossible to tell if its from a book, comic, or just someone's doodle so it is under a hi
Edward Gorey was the master of understated terrors, and if he& ever illustrated the madness-inducing monsters of HP Lovecraft, they might look like John Kenn Mortensen& Post-It Monstres, in which horrific beasts loom over remarkably unperturbed kiddies.