My entry for the Musically Inspired Design Challenge.
I have never done a T-shirt design before but the idea behind it is about the ability of music to help construct scenarios in our imagination. When I listen to music, I can picture the scenes in my head that fits the mood of the music accordingly. The more I listen to it, the more a story emerges. For me, music paints out my imagination.
A bit of technical info: The headphones are made up of individual music notes and I worked on it, on and off, for a week.
I wanted to try a more dramatic lighting scheme with my first piece and as I really like the tone I thought I would add this as well Once again I hope you enjoy this and please let me know your thoughts.
Well shit, more I worked on this more i felt bad about it. Sure he wasn't stable in the sketch... i tried to fix that... somehow, cant recall how(real good). But oh well, can't say I learned much on this one. But I want to draw all them primarchs.. Biting more then I can chew kinda thing.
Anyways, behold Leman Russ, the Wolf King. Biggest badass in the astrates. Now that is arguable I know. BUT! My opinion of the savage is faltering, lately I've been burning through some wh30k books, and currently im on Thousand Sons. Must say, that I rather respect Magnus more. For Wolves are the best in the field of slaying, and just that, they are an unstoppable genocidal machine but I rather prefer the Thousand Sons. For their search of knowledge suits me more then pure close minded genocide.
I suppose surgery may not be something that happens in everyone's daily life but it does happen to some more than others. I for one am terrified of surgery, though this image isn't about tomophobia but Anesthesia Awareness instead. For those of you who don't know anesthesia awareness is when a patient who is undergoing surgery dose not receive enough anesthesia. As a result the brain remains awake and the patient can feel every cut, nip and tug performed by the doctors. The body is paralyzed so the patient can't even inform the doctor of the pain they are in. It's horrible and it's real. My image is more of a worst case scenario because the doctors are intentionally trying to harm the patient.