Lem de Grosnpreg - part 23
Frost and northern light.
I used to make pictures like this a long time ago, and have recently started making them again.
An early purple Halloween.
Near twilight in a forest, staring up at the sky.
Looking away from sad truths.
Under the Moon
A red door glows.
Melancholic thoughts bring tears.
A Lovecraftian doorway opens.
Weak shades of cubism.
With apologies to Hokusai.
Strange creatures of forgotten myths.
A tree apart.
Landscape put through undue stress.
Folding through shapes.
Moonlight over rust-colored lawn.
Diaphanous shapes and tendrils.
A colorful miasma.
Landscape in purple and blue.
An abstract color test of cathedral doors.
A symmetrical throne room on a distant planet.
The Last Rays of Sunlight
Stark black and white landscape.
Eyes Looking to the Side
From my faces series.
A rough animation of a day ending.
Cave of Eyes
A slightly lovecraftian illustration.
Eyes (and tentacles) in the storm.
Have you ever wondered where it comes from?
Black and white line drawing.
An overlay of golden sepia light.
Animated photo manipulation.
It frolicked and danced, eating leaves from a tree, its jovial form reflecting on the water.
Out, damned spot!
Fading into the mist.
In his hands he held the wind. He did this for comical effect. At least his audience believed that to be so.
Waving his arms in warning, standing before a gloomy landscape.
An experiment with paper and brush colors.
Homage to Edvard Munch's The Scream
Using pastel colors instead of gravid red and orange.
A blue feeling reflected in water at night.
Circuits and stars forming patterns and theories.
Pale Sun in Purple Fog
This was made after watching Hedgehog in the Fog, the absolutely amazing animated short film by Yuri Norstein.
Grungy strokes over an eye, beneath a vertical flounder that glows with light. A slight face impressed in its side.
Digital Ink Brush
Empty Frames Forming a Face
Reaching for the light with a fist prepared.
Bird's Nest in Branches
A windy day in the forest.
The Unrivaled Viscountess
The room in which she greeted guests was full of shifting shadows.