Critical Role - Doty, Take This Down - Print
Taryon Darrington may not have been with Vox Machina terribly long, but his antics and growth over his time with the party easily made him a favorite. With his perfect hair, perfect armor, and perfect sense of story telling, (Doty, take this down...) his adventures will live on in "The Daring Trials and Tribulations of Sir Taryon Darrington" (though we won't question the validity of the actual tellings there...)
Tary stands poised in his brilliant armor, beside Doty, his mechanical servant, scribe, and best friend. Doty takes down Tary's latest narrative of his adventures, with jewels and gold adorning the frame behind. Inside the frame are amaranth cockscombs, which mean "foppery and affection."
Part of the sale price will be donated to The Greater Seattle Bureau of Fearless Ideas (formerly 826 Seattle) in support of one of Critical Role's favorite charities.
This artwork is printed on archival 69lb. Luster paper with Canon inks. The luster paper gives the print a little shine without being glossy. This allows the colors to pop without much glare bouncing back. The paper is a nice weight without being flimsy, and the ink and paper are both archival, meaning the print will not degrade over time, while the colors remain bright and true to the original without fading. (As with all artwork and photographs, do not display in an area that gets excessive direct sunlight.)
**8″x12″ is on 9″x13″ paper and has a a 1/2″ border around the image**
**12″x18″ is on 13″x19″ paper and has a 1/2″ border around the image**
**20"x30" is at size with a 0.125" (1/32") border**
Prints are carefully rolled in a protective sleeve, and shipped in a heavy cardboard tube to help protect it in transit.
Website watermark will not appear on the print. All prints are unframed. Color of actual print may vary depending on your monitor settings.