jeudi 30 septembre 2010

atsumori the curse living dead warrior

The reason why i draw the women on the right is purely accidental , she has nothing to do with the main character.
i didn't erase her because i thought she can be a sketch evolution of the wife of the knight luis gomez,the recent post

This character who wear a general armor seat on a floor full of human skull is based on my script and research ...
but his name is real ,its a famous samurai called atsumori who died at the age of sixteen year old.
Taira no Atsumori (平 敦盛?) (1169–1184). Taira is the family name.

( for the story of 365 samurai and ningen's nightmares )

I include the old legendary witch called hannya and know has( kiyohime ) before her transformation. /japanese folklore/


She made a deal with the young samurai, and promess him a eternal life and a reign of glory .desperate the young samurai accept the trick and get foolish His curse is to collect heads for the witch and find the one she's lookin for!!!
the head of ningen !! the young atsumori lost is soul & get mad ,under the control of the witch hannya who made him his instrument for find the one she lookin for.if she can get his head she will free atsumori and have her revenge on ANCHIN her lost love.
Atsumori will return from the shadow for a eternal reign on earth and will rule a endless war and chaos with her misrtess hannya.


Ichi-no-Tani (一の谷?) was a Taira fortress at Suma, to the west of present-day Kobe. It sat on a very narrow strip of shore, between mountains on the north, and the sea to the south. This made it quite defensible, but also made it difficult to maneuver troops inside the fortress. Minamoto no Yoshitsune split his force in three. Noriyori's force attacked the Taira at Ikuta Shrine, a shrine in the woods a short distance to the east. A second detachment, no more than a hundred horsemen, rode up the mountains, looking down on the Taira fortress from the north, while the remainder attacked alongside Yoshitsune, from the west, along the coast. At the chosen hour, all three groups moved in, encircling the fortress, and setting it aflame. Many of the Taira warriors fled to their ships, and set out for Yashima, but Taira no Tadanori was killed, and Shigehira captured.
Ichi-no-Tani is one of the most famous battles of the Genpei War, in large part due to the individual combats that occurred here. Benkei, probably the most famous of all warrior monks, fought alongside the Minamoto here, and many of the Taira's most important and powerful warriors were present as well. The death of sixteen-year-old Taira no Atsumori at the hand of Kumagai no Naozane is a particularly famous passage in 'Heike Monogatari'. It has been dramatized in noh and kabuki, and in popular fiction, Oda Nobunaga is often portrayed as performing the noh at his own death ("ningen goju nen geten no uchi wo kurabureba, yumemaboroshi no gotoku nari"). The death of Atsumori is arguably among the most celebrated acts of single combat in all of Japanese history.
Ichi-no-Tani is also the last recorded instance in which crossbows were used in a Japanese siege.

wikipedia /source.

2 commentaires:

Fabian a dit…

So cool to learn about Atsumori true history, and fiction, all very interesting Kalonji, thanks for sharing! And i am glad you did not erase the woman for is a beutiful illustration. :)

kalonji a dit…

i will post more about that character ^^my friend am glad you liked