***Brothers Grimm Folktale Poster “The Canid and the Seven Kids”___12x16 BORDERLESS POSTER___


This poster illustrates a scene from the folktale “The Wolf and the Seven Kids.” My version features a generic canid instead.

The story  is essentially about how a mother goat  leaves her seven offspring unattended, and a canine with ill-intent happens upon them. He eats them, but the mother goat later tracks him down and cuts him open with scissors, freeing her kids–all of whom survived the ingestion. According to the tale, the canine is supposedly sleeping in a gorged stupor throughout the procedure; the mother goat proceeds to fill him with stones, sew him back up, and drop him down a well.

I did the linework and blood with traditional inking methods, then scanned the piece and coloured it digitally.

The posters’ dimensions are 12×16 (vertical orientation).

Printed on glossy paper for that poster look and feel.

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