This is one of my latest works: Blades of Mor Rioghain, inspired by Celtic myths and lore. Hope you like it! You can find a bigger version in the character gallery.
This is a landscape I made just for fun a few days ago. I love old and crumbling structures. Is this tower stil inhabited? Nobody knows, but… is that a light coming from the window?
This is one of my latest paintings. It’s digital but I tried once again to convey a traditional oil painting look to it. Hope you like it!
This is my Spider Witch, a character I realized for the Horror Contest in the Digital Artist Group, on Facebook. It’s not so horrible if you’re not arachnophobic, but I hope you like it!
This is The Reading Princess, my latest work. I painted this starting with color and not greyscale as usual. If you have any questions or comments please let me know!
Hi everyone! Hope you’re all well. Personally, I got the flu so I could stay way better but I won’t complain! During winter vacations I’ve neglected the site mainly because where I usually go there’s no internet connection and so I have to rely heavily on my phone, which is why I couldn’t upload new paintings for a while.
But now I’m back! And I’ve brought a whole lot of new works with me. This one won’t be the usual post centered on one painting only. Instead I will batch all of them in one post.
I’m personally very happy with the look of some of them and I’d really love to hear a word from you! Which one do you prefer? I’ve chosen Majestic Universe to represent the post because it has received very good praising on social media, but I hope you’ll like the others as well.
Till next time!
In this landscape I used a very desaturated palette to reinforce a cold atmosphere. As always the full resolution image is available here.
Likes and comments are very welcome!
I’ve always been fascinated by mermaids. This time I wanted to realize one slightly different from the usual fish-tailed mermaid. If you have questions about how I realize my paintings don’t hesitate to ask!
You can find a bigger resolution image in the Characters page, as usual!
Thank you all!
A flock of Harpies. In Greek and Roman mythology they were thought to bring storms and punish evil men. Of course they were supposed to be a lot uglier than this but I took some liberties and made them a little prettier. This illustration is available for printing, if you want to take a closer look go to the Characters page!
I started this painting with the idea of making an ogre warrior. During the process I changed my mind and ended doing something like a sort of mythological satyr-like beast. This is the result. Let me know what you think!