Most of the paintings here are based on a Dungeons & Dragons campaign I have been runnning for several years with a group of friends. This was the first of many: "When Louis Renard dies, a perfect copy appears moments after, standing over his corpse. He has taken to burying the bodies, leaving his past selves' rapier and mask as a marker for each of his many graves."
Outer Cradle (2020)
"A community of Demons was previously unheard of, and many of the fineries of the modern cityscape simply didn't apply. What would a cemetry accomplish for a people who leave no bodies behind?" "Because of this, the citizens of Cradle began to place memorial value on clothing, which often survives the violent means by which Demons die. On the secluded alpine shores above the hidden city, you can see stakes in the ground, bearing the wind-swept mementos of its parted citizens."
Sulphur Sky (2020)
Not from the D&D game. This is a mood piece for a future project called "Aviator."
Digital Painting practice and experimentation.
THIS one's from the D&D game. "[The Seer] spoke of an ancient traitor, spurned by its fellow deities and cast into obscurity. Only during the Great Dusk was it seen, its grim silhouette spanning the horizon as it crested the waves."