This painting is inspired by one of my all time favourite horror film, the Texas chainsaw Massacre. Mediums used are adobe photoshop CS2 and wacom tablet. took me one week to finish this painting, including colour testing and value testing.
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this was a project for my typography class blah blah blah
anyway its a tribute to to 2 of my favorite artist Audrey Kawasaki [link] and Sylvia Ji [link] the the shape of the face and hands are aspects of audrey while the "el dia del los muerto-esque" face paint are from sylvia the colors ,hair, human heart and "souless eyes" as my friend leah likes to call them lol are mine
Dorjander Kace from comics KotOR:War. So, I love him. On the whole I had liked the direction of the plot, mandalorians were shown on the other hand. Perhaps their ideology in fact above ideology of republicans which without jedi worthless (yes, Kace was very convincing), but I try to belive in the Republic. Seemed to me an interesting and true idea that entry jedi in the war was very unfair towards mandalorians, but jedi as citizens of the republic had the right to to defend their homeland! In addition I had very liked beautiful long blonde Kace's hairs XD that fluttered in the wind over the all five chapter of comics
OooOooOooooOoOohh, scary. Just to clear things up, its a WOLF not a CAT, lol. There's a story to this grim-looking specimen, I shall tell it to you.
I'm reading this book called "The Sight" (really great book and series), And in the book, Morgra gives the Summoning Howl to call these evil spirits of the dead, called The Searchers, to her ranks to help destroy Slavka's Greater Pack. Now, Morga is evil, yeah, all bad. She is this wolf obsessed with fulfilling an old scripture, and taking power over all Varg (Lera too) by using a special gift called The Sight. The Sight is generally the opening of the Third Eye, in the forehead. But that does not mean there are three-eyed wolves walking around - the Third Eye is invisible, and is like, your mind's eye, but to a much greater power. This creature in the picture is one of The Searchers. When a Searcher passes through the body of a creature, it causes it to become possessed, and makes them turn on themselves. The Searchers are servants to Wolfbane, and he speaks through them. When a Searcher passes through a creature, they can hear Wolfbane speak through their mind, and make them turn on themselves or on their kind, and literally tear themselves to bits in a madness. You cannot fight a Searcher, for they are made solely out of darkness and can not be attacked, because they are apparitions and anything aimed at them just passes through them. The only way to be rid of The Searchers is for one that has the site to enter the Gateways of the Dead themselves, and call The Searchers back into the Red Meadow, which is, after all, where they belong. As for the appearances of the Searchers, the book described it as: "Out of the nothingness the shadows shifted, And the head and paws of a Varg appeared, followed by the silvery outline of it's body and legs. It was a horrid specimen to behold, as it's shape was made entirely out of the darkness, and it's eyes glowed an eerie red."
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We have this thing at Sheridan called "The Mighty Wall", where a theme is posted up every month and students are encouraged to put up drawings based upon that theme.
This months theme is "Super Hero Summer Vacation", so this is what I whipped up for it. I was originally just going to paint Bats and Robin and leave the background white, but I later changed my mind and threw in some watercolour experiments. I'm definitely going to try doing a bit more with using watercolour for environments and then calling out details with gouache! I think it's worth playing around with to see what I can get out of using the two mediums together. I also want to do some really loose paintings sometime soon. I think I get too hung up on the tiny stuff sometimes and then the piece ends up loosing some of the energy from the original sketch.