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Artemis Fowl and the Arctic Incident by Eoin Colfer

My latest drawings are from the second Artemis Fowl book, Artemis Fowl and the Arctic Incident by the amazing writer, Eoin Colfer. After kidnapping the LEPrecon fairy, Captain Holly Short, Goblins are found smuggling batteries in a shuttle built from recycled components. After the kidnapping, it’s inevitable that Short assumes the Human contact is Artemis Fowl. When they figure out it isn’t him, they have to stop the goblin revolution and save Artemis’ father before it’s too late.


The first picture is from straight after stopping Opal Koboi. Artemis climbed through the plasma of the inactive DNA cannons to get into Opal’s lair. These were radioactive though so he had to be sprayed with anti-rad foam as soon as possible. Of course Holly, who still held a grudge against Artemis, relished the opportunity to humiliate him and sprayed him with the anti-rad canister, thinking ‘Who said there were no perks in law enforcement?’.

The second is set right at the end of the book, after they had rescued Artemis’ father from the mafiya. Holly escorted Artemis and Butler to Tara, and as a thank you for saving her finger and as a reminder that below his devious nature, even Artemis Fowl has a spark of decency inside him, she shoots a hole through the centre of the coin and gives it to him.

If you enjoy these, you should read the books…



I'm have a Masters in Chemistry and have recently started working in R&D at a well known adhesives company. I am a Guide and Brownie Leader and I am a Mormon (Latter Day Saint). My hobbies are mainly drawing, reading and singing.

One thought on “Artemis Fowl and the Arctic Incident by Eoin Colfer

  1. Lovely art, as always! I especially love how you have the fairy alphabet written in the background of the first one. That’s lovely attention to detail! I’ll need to fish out The Artemis Fowl Files and decode it. XD I also really like the second one. I didn’t quite catch on at first (I was looking at the cow instead of the coin and could not for the life of me remember the significance of any cows in that series) but when you explained it I was like OOHHHHHH. And felt silly. But, still, I do admire it… That scene was very important, and I think you described the reason why in a great way. Thanks for sharing these!

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