Warning: Contains Cartoon Violence, Not suitable for children
Here is the link to download the PDF file of the Fan Comic I made. There. Now that I got that obligatory warning out of the way let's dive into the introduction. So recently I went down memory lane by playing Earthworm Jim on my Sega Mega Drive. It's been sitting on my shelf for years. But what possessed me to play it was that I was waiting for the arrival of the second Earthworm Jim graphic novel that Doug TenNa
From 'Macbeth' to 'Romeo and Juliet', I found the plays of William Shakespeare fascinating since I was a kid. It was a round that time I learned the art of tragedy, playwriting, and that not every story had a happy ending. It was bitter pill to swallow. But I loved it, I learned something important. There is so much that tragedy can teach us.
When I read 'The Birth of Tragedy' by Friederich Nietzsche, my understanding of it was that the Ancient Greeks used art and culture
Welcome to the little tour of my paintings where I tell you a story about each and every one of them. Blue Horse
Inspired by the many horse paintings I have seen, instead of painting a horse that is white, black, or brown, I decided to make him blue with pink and purple eyes. And I wanted to show the incredible anatomy off a horse by exaggerating the muscles. Instead of painting a still landscape for the background, I blended the colours to give sense of motion.