This is my favorite in the "series". I believe it is because I am feeling a sense of loss when I look at it, the bones on the ground, the dark, black sky, the city that looks like bones of ghosts. Stunning details and subject matter. I'd love to hear what you have to say about this piece.
C-Johnson462Featured By OwnerFeb 25, 2013Professional Traditional Artist
I never saw this since I follow you on facebook but since I no longer use facebook when I found you on here I was quite excited, I'm glad I did or I would of missed this piece among the other works you've recently published on here. I must say though that this piece, Lepidopetra, and Feast of the HaveNots are some of the most outstanding contemporary works I've come across. Your style is suburb, and I can appreciate your mastery of acrylic being new to the media myself for now just over a year.
This reminds me strongly of the covers of some sci-fi books from the 70's, there was this wonderful quasi-realistic rendering, surreal style where the picture was crowded with gorgeous little textures and creatures. I could look at those images for a long time just soaking in the detail. Wonderful work. If I ever got a fantasy novel written, I'd want you to do the cover art.