The Castle by Kafka, illustrated as I read it. This project is a result of the current worldwide COVID-19 lockdown. What better way to kill time than to illustrate a novel?
Project start : March 25th 2020
March 29th, 2020
"It was late in the evening when K. arrived, The village was deep in snow. The Castle hill was hidden, veiled in mist and darkness, nor was there even a glimmer of light to show that a castle was there. On the wooden bridge leading from the main road to the village, K. stood for a long time gazing into the illusory emptiness above him. "

April 18th, 2020

"At last the steam thinned a little, and K. was able gradually to make things out. It seemed to be a general washday. Near the door clothes were being washed. But the steam was coming from another corner, where in a wooden tub larger than any K. had ever seen, as wide as two beds, two men were bathing in steaming water. But still more astonishing, though one could not say what was astonishing about it, was the scene in the right-hand corner. From a large opening, the only one in the back wall, a pale snowy light came in, apparently from the courtyard, and gave a gleam of silk to the dress of a woman who was almost reclining in a high armchair. She was sucking an infant at her breast."