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.
Astrology was something I always found fascinating. I wondered how a group of stars had an impact on us and how they shaped our personalities.
The one thing we humans all have in common is that when we look at the stars, we realise we are part of somehting vast, it reminds us that are are part of somehting important, and we are so lucky to be alive to see it.
It's amazing how for so many years people associated personalities with something so far away. It somehow made our p