Fanarts representing heroes and villains of the Russian folklore... they're fantastic! Also the characters look all very interesting: I must check them out! I want to learn at least their names...

Russian folklore heroes and villains

Medieval Russian Armies 1250–1500, Russian Cavalry 1300-1375. Osprey Publishing

Medieval Russian Armies Russian Cavalry Osprey Publishing - art by Angus McBride

Новгородские воины - Novgorod warrior

A Rus warrior wielding a two handed bearded ax, which was used to climb over walls, break shields and tear plated armor apart.

Роман Папсуев - Сказки Старой Руси (Tales of Old Rus')Берегиня

Роман Папсуев - Сказки Старой Руси (Tales of Old Rus')Берегиня

Художник нарисовал персонажей русских народных сказок и сделал это смело

Художник нарисовал персонажей русских народных сказок и сделал это смело

Художник нарисовал персонажей русских народных сказок и сделал это смело

Художник нарисовал персонажей русских народных сказок и сделал это смело

oldrus10 This is an unusual interpretation of the fairy tale about Alyonushka and brother Ivanushka. According to legend, Ivan turned into a goat, his sister drowned, and a snake (which you can see on the chest of the heroine) sucked out her heart. The illustration makes the story more optimistic — the brother and sister not only survive, but become witch-hunters.

In his spare time Russian illustrator Roman Papsuev ( ) draws sketches inspired by Russian fairy tales.

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Художник нарисовал персонажей русских народных сказок и сделал это смело

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