The Age of Enlighteneers

And some other Ages, with lots of art and short bursts of energy. Enjoy!

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  1. And finally (whew!), the last character, Léon D’Entremont; Born and raised in Spanish Louisiana, recently settled in Delaware,  D’Entremont is one of Isaac’s fellow prisoners on board HMS Seraphine  and is the one who helps him escape. Intelligent, resourceful, and more  than a little rude (except to the ladies of course), he develops into a  father figure for Isaac. He interchanges between French and Spanish; speaks English with a heavy accent.

    And finally (whew!), the last character, Léon D’Entremont; Born and raised in Spanish Louisiana, recently settled in Delaware, D’Entremont is one of Isaac’s fellow prisoners on board HMS Seraphine and is the one who helps him escape. Intelligent, resourceful, and more than a little rude (except to the ladies of course), he develops into a father figure for Isaac. He interchanges between French and Spanish; speaks English with a heavy accent.


     
     
  2. America in 1776; they’re not from David McCullough’s book, 1776 (which is sooper  awesome btw, I highly recommend it).
We’ve got Mr. Anthony Harcourt, who is rather well-mannered and  well-read for a poor Virginian rifleman; he’ll get to do secretary work  for the General once he gets a proper uniform. Then there’s Captain Ingram Cole who’s a really nasty piece of work. He probably eats children or something in his free time. Luckily brigadier general Julius Saints is a true English gentlemen and is able to rein Cole’s sadistic behavior in. And then there is fifer Isaac Story, one of the youngest boys to join the Continentals. I know I’ve used the wrong uniforms for Ingram and Julius. I think I  even used the wrong HAT too. This is what happens when you can’t find a  source on British uniforms online and the library is closed. Welllllp,  you get the GENERAL idea for their clothing

    America in 1776; they’re not from David McCullough’s book, 1776 (which is sooper awesome btw, I highly recommend it).

    We’ve got Mr. Anthony Harcourt, who is rather well-mannered and well-read for a poor Virginian rifleman; he’ll get to do secretary work for the General once he gets a proper uniform. Then there’s Captain Ingram Cole who’s a really nasty piece of work. He probably eats children or something in his free time. Luckily brigadier general Julius Saints is a true English gentlemen and is able to rein Cole’s sadistic behavior in. And then there is fifer Isaac Story, one of the youngest boys to join the Continentals.

    I know I’ve used the wrong uniforms for Ingram and Julius. I think I even used the wrong HAT too. This is what happens when you can’t find a source on British uniforms online and the library is closed. Welllllp, you get the GENERAL idea for their clothing

     
     
  3. It has been forever hasn’t it, I almost forgot I had this tumblr! Wellllp, I’ll catch up with a little dump of things here:
These guys came up as a result of starting a new book on the French Revolution! Citoyen  Duclos is a royalist, a lesser valet to the dauphin prior to 1792;  citoyenne Courtois, on the other hand, is an overzealous radical with a  penchant for sharp and shiny objects. Citoyen Verdier is a tired  gunsmith who loves big cannons a bit too much and citoyen Jacquinet is a  middle-class, assistant surgeon with strict principles despite his easy  smiles. Too bad if I did a story with these guys, they’d probably all end up killing each other…or getting executed I’m  no history expert, though I like to think I have a focused interest  in  it: patterns and colors are arbitrary for the time period, but the  cuts  and styles shouldn’t be too far off

    It has been forever hasn’t it, I almost forgot I had this tumblr! Wellllp, I’ll catch up with a little dump of things here:

    These guys came up as a result of starting a new book on the French Revolution!

    Citoyen Duclos is a royalist, a lesser valet to the dauphin prior to 1792; citoyenne Courtois, on the other hand, is an overzealous radical with a penchant for sharp and shiny objects. Citoyen Verdier is a tired gunsmith who loves big cannons a bit too much and citoyen Jacquinet is a middle-class, assistant surgeon with strict principles despite his easy smiles.
    Too bad if I did a story with these guys, they’d probably all end up killing each other…or getting executed

    I’m no history expert, though I like to think I have a focused interest in it: patterns and colors are arbitrary for the time period, but the cuts and styles shouldn’t be too far off