She is back, rejected from Ginen, the abode of spirits, and seeking the return of her Govi, which, in Vodou, is a a ceremonial object used in the ritual reclaiming of the immortal aspect of a human spirit (gwobonanj) after death. She has been wronged, neglected by the living, for it is one year andContinue reading “Marie Vodou”
It was inspired initially by the photo of the first victim of #Vecna in #strangerthings, but then expanded to take on #social #media. I hate explaining this stuff. I hope it resonates on it’s own, because it’s pretentious otherwise. There’s no process, just dumping my brain into 1’s and 0’s.
Simple elements, was really just playing with light and camera angles. She pretty much speaks for herself, evoking themes of religion played out in Renaissance art but with a digital and more realistic bend.
Fantasy art for the gamers out there. This is a nature magic wielding powerhouse. Big things come in small packages.
First glance seems like this is about violence towards women. It’s not. I was watching the movie Stigmata, where the protagonist gets hit with the stigmata (it’s a Catholic thing) whilst in the tub. I like the beauty of the shot, and asked myself if I could replicate underwater conditions like that. I think IContinue reading “Stigmata”
She’s benevolent, kind, and caring, but don’t piss her off. A doodle for the new week. I feel I may be getting redundant, though.
Parity Lost: Not quite how the angels thought the end of the war arrive.
I had an entire long post ready to go but thanks to an app crash, I’ll give you the highlights. I wasn’t going to share this painting. I didn’t think it worthy, but people started to like it, so, here we are. There’s two themes going on here. First, there’s a piece of Papayrus atContinue reading “Mary and the Last Sinner”