These are the fantastic digital paintings of Sergey Kolesov. He creates concept work for film and games, and you can watch some of his progress paintings here. The depth of his work draws you right into his scenes, atmospheric and ethereal. Enjoy!
Woah Tatiana, way to go and blow my mind! All the elements in her paintings swirl your imagination into a frothy milkshake. Looking at them I feel like I am dreaming after eating too much cheese. Always interesting, and strange. The colours, hues of blues and pinks submerge her fish, birds and bees in other worlds, and I feel like I am traversing her painting in a submersible. Tatiana Kazakova is a Russian illustrator, and if you can read russian, why not visit her blog, which is full of interesting snippets as well as art.
Seeing Halloween is around the corner I thought to post something a little darker then my usual. These are photos made to look like paintings, revers of Nigel Cox who is a realist painter. Where Nigel is brilliant technically I struggle to find any depth in is artwork. Brooke in contrast has very rich subject matter and each photo is a story onto its own, however a touch of elusiveness keeps you guessing.
A quite death, Her burial and The aftermath (as seen below) reminded me a little of the pre-Raphael paintings: Ophelia by Sir John Everett and The Lady of Shalott by Hughes, Arthur – Perhaps she got some of her inspiration from those?
Entirely generated using 3D software Ray Casers work is haunting, surreal, disturbing, symbolic… He worked in the art and photography department of a children hospital. His job was to documented cases of abuse, reconstructive surgery and psychology. Dark as that may sound do interpreted his illustration and art outside of this fact – As with all art it can mean different things to different people.
As for me? Symbolic of Victorian era of sexual modernization, female empowerment / oppression, sexual deviance, or perhaps at a stretch symbolic of the caged, naive and affluent of this world. (Older post with more art work here)
A few words from the illustrator: “I dream of digital ink and antique paper. Layering texture upon texture and telling a story.”
And herewith are the stunning results of Andrews dreams: