Here's some sketches done early on when kicking around some ideas for the story that became The Fell Hound of Adversity. Readers may note that in the actual book, there is a purposeful vagueness in regards to detail. It came about that I decided I didn't much care for the actual details of place and people, outside of certain attributes that helped along the story. In my own experience, I prefer a certain lack of precision in the narrative, to allow the reader to fill in the empty parts of a scene however they think best. So these drawings here are not meant to act as a definite picture of the city, but more just an exercise in establishing a general tone to things.