Graphite and oil on tracing paper.
Painted surface 25 x 35 cm (9.84 x 13.78 in ) in a format of 38 x 48.5 cm (14.96 x 19.09 in)
Year of realization 2010
Signed on the bottom right of the piece.
Published inside the author's book Dead Moon Epilogue, page 13. Edited in several languages and distributed internationally.
"Luna, unaware that she was a special being, lived her early years overprotected by her parents, princes Zhu and Yarai, by Mormo and by the sorceress Can, who had already been lady to her grandmother, Zhu's progenitor, and to her mother Yarai.
Although she could only enjoy reproductions of pets carved in wood, because of their hurtful and icy touch, she was a sweet-eyed child until the day the fortress You was razed and Mars deposited her on the altar of the goddess Xiwang Mu. From there she was taken down by a deformed dwarf, filling with pustules at the touch of her skin. From then on the dwarf Qi became inseparable from the girl princess."
- Dead Moon Epilogue