I've been working on this for months, and I think it just about touched the 100 hour mark. Whenever I see people here on DA that go "OMG THIS TOOK 20 HOURS SO LONG" over their art I secretly chuckle.
Three (or six, depending on your interpretation) enigmatic white princes share a cautious understanding with suspicious glances. These are tree stags and three rats, for clarification.
8x14 on a 10x16 panel. Scratchboard and watercolor.
edit: WOW a DD! Thanks guys!
note: To those wondering how this could have taken 100 hours of work. My main tools for this were an etching needle, a sharpened leather sewing needle, and fiberglass on a scratchboard panel. I partially carve out the image in black and white, and then I work in progressing stages of watercolor where I lay down one color and partially pull it away using the tools. Repeat again and again. This method is time consuming but worth it.