Friday, August 30, 2013

The King

King Asad Fatih, ruler of Al Fatih, stands in the halls of the palace, before a solid gold statue of himself as a much younger man.  A short bit of the statue's origins will be told in Part 2 of The Defiant Prince.  Part 2 is also where King Fatih makes his first appearance.

The king has been mentioned quite a bit -- even in the first version of Hassan I did way back when -- but (aside from his gold jewelry) he's never been seen or described until now.

I envisioned King Fatih to look quite a bit like his son, Hassan, except for somewhat-older facial features and a beard.  The king wears the same style of headpiece and loincloth that Hassan (and the other princes of the palace) wears, except for a diaphanous sash that drapes across his mighty muscular chest and back.

The king's favorite color is (obviously) red, which inspired the name of the Ruby Guard and the red loincloths that that select group of guards wear.


These images turned out a lot nicer than I was hoping for.  Although anything is subject to change, I don't expect much about it to differ from the finished story.

Part 2 of The Defiant Prince is being written now -- it's about... 65% done.  I'm working at it in between decorating and lighting the palace in the studio.  Barring any showstopping problems, I'm estimating I'll have part 2 ready to be posted sometime next week.

Have a great Friday and weekend, everyone!
-Lucky Stallion

15 comments:

  1. He's sPECtacular! Sorry...had to!

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    1. It's abs-and-pecsolutely alright with me! *grin*

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  2. Whoa Daddy! I can't wait to see daddy and son have their first run in!

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  3. Awesome, this world you're building just gets better and better. I can't decide which combinations of fighters I want to see, they've all got so much potential. However it works out will be great.

    Thanks for the amazing work.

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    1. Thanks very much, Alex. I'm happy to hear that you're liking it.

      The third part of the story has one more prominent character that I'm excited to get to. I keep going back and forth on how his battle ends, but I think I'm getting closer to a finale that I'll be content with.

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    2. Oh, and I wanted to say that I haven't forgotten about Gorilla. I'm wanting to get around to him sometime in the near future.

      So many projects, so little time... I totally need a hyperbolic time chamber.

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  4. this history is very interesting! king asad is is ridiculously gorgeous i loved his statue when Young!the statue would come to life it would be awesome! does there will be incest?

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    1. Thanks for your comment!

      No, I don't anticipate writing any sexual stuff between Hassan and the king. I never say never, but it's unlikely.

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  5. who is the gorila ? wow i love furry beasts! i´d love to see sexual stuff between Hassan and the king.

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    1. Gorilla's not actually a literal gorilla, it's just his nickname. He's an Australian wrestler mentioned in Olympian Knockout.

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  6. wow ! King Asad Fatih when Young was so beautiful. i saw gorilla Australians wrestlers are so brutes he´s gorgeous i loved his huge muscly butts. your job is perfect we love you man.
    good Lucky

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  7. amazing macho!I'd love to see hybrid beings or beasts like gorillas , bulls , horses, lions fucking humans !

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  8. can i ask King Asad Fatih is also a wrestler. fights continue fertilizing opponents

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    1. King Fatih isn't a wrestler (in the story, he doesn't want Hassan to be one, either), so it wouldn't be in his character if I made him do that.

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