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Please enjoy two of my recent paintings. The first is Lucifera, which is another angle I painted of this girl.
The second is a quick collaborative 3D piece I worked on with sculptor Tahina Morrison.
And here’s a side-angle, right after I varnished her.
Next up – Skeleton Chair
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Creepy gothic cathedrals.
Ancient dark towers.
Fantastical sky-piecing minarets.
Some of these are among my older (and therefore cruder) works.
Others are more recent.
Quality notwithstanding, painting dark towers is among my favorite things to do, second only to drawing attractive women.
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For previous art assaults, go here.
Machina Obscurum – A Collection of Shadows has all new cover art:
Tread lightly into ancient, forbidden realms.
Wander into the futures of apocalyptic worlds.
Know what it feels like to face the darkness alone.
Machina Obscurum contains twenty-two short tales by nine masters of fiction. Within these pages lie stories of men and monsters, of lonely souls and far-distant places. No matter what whets your appetite: sci-fi, horror, fantasy, or hard, dark realistic fiction, A Collection of Shadows has it all.
Contains stories by J Edward Neill, John McGuire, Chad Shonk, River Fairchild, Jennifer Clayton, Phil Elmore, Robert Jeffrey II, F Charles Murdock, & Roy Dodd.
Created over two nights in the heart of autumn.
With many glasses of wine.
And many hours of melancholic music.
For more, try this.
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At DragonCon 2017, I wandered the art gallery for what seemed like eons.
But then I stumbled upon something I’d never really seen before. An artist – I admit I don’t know her name or website – had created a large quantity of long, narrow paintings on slender wooden panels.
For me, a guy who has always focused his work on canvasses, gesso boards, and plain old paper, the idea of painting on peculiar-sized chunks of wood transfixed me.
I knew at once I had to try a few of my own:
I started with these:
And I moved on to these:
Here’s an up close shot of my favorite plank, The Sorcerer:
After finishing a ton of smaller planks, I tried a giant plank. This one’s 6′ tall and 12″ wide. It was a true pleasure to paint:
I admit I loved making these so much, I’ve got another six planks drying on my deck right now. Meaning…more are soon to come.
And…you might also like these.
We’ve recently ended our long-standing Thought for Every Thursday series.
It may one day make its return.
But for now, please enjoy the latest installation of Thursday Art Assault…
For my latest round of short stories, I’ve decided to sketch my own cover art.
It’s a challenge.
…and I love it.
This next piece is a sequel to this.
Here’s a quick progression:
Nadya, the Deathless is a character in the novel Hollow Empire.
Thanks for stopping by. More paintings are soon to come.
Prints are available here.
If you like Nadya, you might also like these.
On a lonely Friday eve, long after midnight slid by, I stood before a black canvas with the last drop of white paint clinging to my paintbrush.
Songs a bit dramatic, right?
Anyway, I made good use of the white paint.
And out came my latest painting, Night Emperor.
And of course, Night Emperor needs his bride. Here’s ‘Frozen’ sculpted and painted by artist (and lady of the night) T. Morrison:
They make quite a pair, don’t you think?
If you like Night Emperor and Frozen, you might also like these.