Mostly oil and a little bit of photoshop.
I watched my husband play all the silent hills and love this peice. It is truly a gruesome and wonderful piece.
Brilliant, I love it!
i'm doing an art project at my school and was looking at some of your work i was just wondering if you could tell me a little bit more about yourself and stuff
Well...That´s no trouble...^^((but I still want to talk more with you ###^^###)) I think your works are amazing. You'll have a very good future
Hey,thanks for your kind words!Sorry,don't take it personally but msn is a luxury of time that i just don't have...Anyway,thanks again
Thanks for your advice to play Silent Hill2, but...I'm afraid I haven't got any console ó.òU I only had a computer(it is Robocop xDD) Another thing, I think your kind and nice...there are any possibility to speak with you by msn or another way? ###^_^###
Well,if you are interested in the game i strongly recomment you to play Silent Hill 2!For me it's by far the best horror game ever!
Also check out the comics by IDW.
I don't know anything of silent hill, but I start thinking that it could be very curious ^^ I'll start to look for things of that, because your paints...are perfects ^^
The original is 14"/10"
How large is malevolence and decay please?
wow, as a fan of Silent Hill, i have to say, you got pyramid head spot on in the other pic, and now this is like a cross between the doctor/nurse zombies and the "live" dummies between the first two games. Its just, wow man.
Yes, Silent Hill-ish indeed...But great work, nonetheless.
Thanks!Silent Hill is a major influence to me.
Very Silent Hill/Hellraiser...creepy stuff! I especially like the sepia hues. They create an other-wordly feel that makes the image very beautiful in a twisted sort of way. Looking forward to seeing more!
Thanks!I made some changes with photoshop at contrast,hue and on some parts of the figures.
This is very nice! I like the combination of sharp contrast and soft blendings. What part exactly is done in photoshop? Just curious, cause I'm more the traditional painter, so I'd like to know
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