Friday night digital art.
Photo shoot fantasy digital art.
I channeled a little bit of an homage to one of my favorite artists, who pretty much sat atop 80’s pop culture – Patrick Nagel, and combined it with a little bit of the Cold War spy game theme, but set in the gaudiness of Miami Vice. She’s out of ammo and surprised in someContinue reading “Miami Spy Game”
‘Hold up, fellas!” I yelled. We were clearing the valley hotspot. It was dirty work. Some of the Zekes werefaster and craftier than the others, so we had to watch out when we put them down. The virus had decimated this area, everything was dead. Some of them retained memories, however basic, of their pastContinue reading “My Marianne is a Zombie Battlefield”
Here’s a photo shoot of a superhero / supervillain (she’s young still) that I made up yesterday. Originally, I was going for maybe a future daughter of the Joker and Harley Quinn, but then there’s all that legal stuff, so I thought maybe a super-mutant, like the X-men, but then there’s all that legal stuff.Continue reading “XStatic”
Not the musical, but a portrait on a windy night.
Cheng I Sao, Anne Bonny, Mary Read, Grace O’Malley, Rachel Wall, all famous female pirates. But these are the ones who survived. Beneath the waves, the souls of the watery deep call out their story of defiance, forever lost to history. Closer… An earlier one I didn’t really like.
She’s a staple at the Renaissance Faire. A European beauty, noble and fair. She’s a lady, an enigma with an infectious smile, whose presence calls for a lens, any lens, to capture.
A legitimate comment sparked this post. I don’t know if the person was just being a social media denizen (where the goal is to tear down) or knew that I always create a scene for my art, with multiple angles worthy of expression to the lens, and decided to coax out another angle from me.Continue reading “A Question of Limits”