Posted by Karen
Krisztina Toth sent in a BUNCH of entries for the Still Life Contest, more than we’ve ever gotten from one person (at least, as long as I’ve been working for Peat). There’s enough material that we needed to split up Krisztina’s submissions into two posts. This is the first, second to be sent out tomorrow. Enjoy!
First up is the gorgeous Hungarian translation of Daylight War:
This is a simple shot, but you don’t need much to see how pretty this version is. To me the border always looked like torn parchment which, given the Demon Cycle’s setting, is appropriate.
Ahh, nothing starts off a good day like a drink and a book. Classic… also, I very much want that mug.
Bookshelf shot!! Again, I love these so much because it shows what else Demon Cycle fans are reading. Is that some Gail Carriger I spy? I think it is. Peat and Gail are friends, so it’s appropriate that their books are neighbors.
I love that Krisztina chose the Warded Man for this picture. The colors go so well against the hay. A very earthy shot, in my humble opinion. Very nice.
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