Hi /x, I'm lookig for some horror paintings, could you recommend me something?
>not really horror
>>not really a painting
>>>it's my work so I'm gunna post it anyways
What do you think, anons?
Walter Sickert's Camden Town Murders series (based on Jack the Ripper)
pic related, called "La Hollandaise"
Francis Bacon (the 20th century irish painter, not the 16th century british statesman)
pic related, called "Painting of 1946"
Thanks, I used to use this one
I appreciate this more than you know.
Here's some more
The first one is also the most recently completed, unfortunately, and also a turning point for how developed my work became..
I could show you my current WIP if there is interest, but there is a lot left to do, despite being roughly a year in development, now.
Thanks again, anons.
Salvador Dalí - The Face of War
Fuck it, here's my WIP,
I'll check back in the morning, if the thread survives the night.
Take it easy, /x/
I especially like Beksinski and Zouravliov. Only problem with Zouravliov is that he draws too much many asians which I personally don't like that much. His art is still 10/10
Great stuff, I wish I could draw like that.
It seems you have a fixation on face/skulls, it's the centerpiece of everything you posted.
This is one of the eeriest pictures I've ever seen, Beksinski of course.
more subtle less "symbolism" you have great technique but throwing random elements to give meaning kills the mystery and the sensation of feeling unsettle looking at the pic, you have good examples in this thread
Thank you, guys. I wanted to be a tattoo artist for a while now, but don't live in a particularly urban setting & the local shops have kinda refused me as an apprentice.
You guys have put a lot more wind in my sails, though.
I appreciate this.
Here's one more WIP, i started it years ago on a mushroom trip, but have worked sober on it a lot since then.
Again, I hope you enjoy, anons.
This one really unnerves me for some reason. What the hell is that falling from the house?
>>17302091 is in the name. Fransisco de Goya
yeah. how bout no. we've seen all this shit 50,000 times. more oc is what's needed.
I saw this really interesting painting awhile ago.
It sounds weird and fake but let me describe it:
It was this fat girl in the woods, i think she had a dress on but im not sure. She was getting ass-raped by some huge pink creature made of soda and candy or something. I think it also had a barrel and was pouring something into the girls mouth. Thats all I remember, i saw it about a year ago.
>The woman in the painting is Anna Christina Olson (3 May 1893 – 27 January 1968). She is known to have suffered from polio, a muscular deterioration that paralyzed her lower body. Wyeth was inspired to create the painting when he saw her crawling across a field while he was watching from a window in the house. Wyeth had a summer home in the area and was on friendly terms with Olson, using her and her younger brother as the subjects of paintings from 1940 to 1968.
How about uh, YES... Beksinski is one of the greatest! You don't look at a piece of art one time and throw it away, that's the point, to see it often! Why else hang a painting on the wall??? His post reminded me of how deep Besinski's pieces are.
Keep em comin anon, thanks
I do try -very- hard.
Based Francis Bacon.
/x/, please help.
There's an artist who draws monsters. Original, all of them. One I remember in particular was a large raw fleshy/skeletal dog looking thing. I think it's his most famous. A lot of them resemble just utterly fucked mish mashes of animals.
He has an official site where he sells prints. I believe in you. Dumping my favorite and current phone wallpaper.
I was actually at one of the shops just the other day, but they are not inclined to apprentice, as it stands.
It has been a lot of work, to say the least. I do a studies of the subject matter before hand until I'm satisfied with the outcome before I go making permanent marks on the piece, which is a large part of why its been a year in development, now. I can also blame my moodiness / apathy for that, but. In any case..
Here's a more size-indicating image, I'm hoping it will actually upload, this time.
Sorry for such large file sizes.
Dude I know exactly what you're talking about but can't remember his name either. His most famous is the human boy pulling the fish head over his head, sitting on a stool. He's chinese I think
dark souls 2 tried something similar to beksinski in the concept art, i would have liked to see it in game
i wonder if there's a real version of this somewhere