I drew this on the plane back from England. This was basically the only thing I did that entire time (9 hours, ug) with a nice couple coming to the US for the first time sitting next to me, commenting as I went along. They actually helped out a lot, thanks! It was a rememberance picture from the Eye of York. The lore of it was that the Jews were being persicuted, and they ran to the castle at the center of York for safety. Once there the towns people were going to kill them, but becuase the people didn't want to be burned at the stake, they killed eachother, the rabbi being the last to die by killing himself, so the he was the only one to take the sin of suicide. It is said that every year, (or was it 100 years?), the castles walls would run red with their blood on the day they died. This was my tribute to them. I'm proud of the shading of the walls, even if they arn't correct.