January 21, 2011

Act II: What Llewelys Saw

Posted in The Alva tagged , , , at 12:01 am by E.V. Svetova

Having witnessed the last heartbeat of a dying human maiden, Yarbonél Dé Fal was moved with compassion. He brought her to the Alvan vessel sailing the dimensions of space and time. The healing arts of the Alva, the sacred knowledge of Moiré, brought her back to life. Of all the Alva, Llewelys Dé Moiré from the city of healers is the last to refuse help to a creature in need. But even Llewelys fears for his soul-friend, for he already feels the silver strings reaching from Yarbonél to the young human. The bond which is forming may become costly, because for a human and an Alva to come together they must meet in the middle, and while it’s in the human nature to evolve, there is only so much devolving an Alva can survive.



  1. So beautiful and touching! The story is so interesting. Plus, I’m blown away by the amount of work that must go into this; your attention to detail is amazing. The sets, lighting, costumes and dolls are all so gorgeous.

    I especially love picture #3 where Yarbonél is being held back by Llewelys even as he’s reaching out toward Ælfled. And then the last one where he’s holding Ælfled in his arms and his friends are looking at him in concern. There’s a lot of emotion in the pictures.

    I’m really enjoying this and can’t wait to see what you do next. 🙂

  2. Katyok said,

    Thank you so much! I am by no means a serious photographer, so every time the picture turns out to resemble this image in my head, I am extremely happy (and surprised). 😉

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