(The Transmutation Crow; Acrylics, Ink and Oils on 24x30cm coated wooden board)

“Standing there like an ancient god,
counting all your deeds,
still not a saint or savior for you.
Seeing blaze between the lines,
I will burn it all down
until there are plane grounds.
Justice will be served.
Balance will be found.
Harmony itself.”

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A little selection of some of my rough/quick sketches of humans, just for fun and for practise.

The sketch in the middle is already several weeks old and unfinished (but I like it that way), while the other two were sketched today.

(Mixed media on 30x40cm paper)

Born in daylight, grown up in moonlight.
A leap of faith. Dawn.
Sparks bursting into flames, a phoenix by her nature.
A free will. A diverse mind.
Airy merriment ahead.”

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(Oils on 22×34 cm paper)

For I am I:
ergo, the truth of myself;
my own sphinx, conflict, chaos,
vortex – asymmetric to all rhythms,
oblique to all paths.
I am the prism between black and white:
mine own unison in duality
.”

– Austin Osman Spare

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Sierra and Salvador got some baby dragons!
3D prints of the Barbossa model with reduced size (2/3 of original print size); Firnen (green) and Ravok (black/red)

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(Acrylics and Oils on 24x30cm canvas)

My Decryption Paradox series continues:

After all, my opinion about sanity changed. I wonder if it ever had been more than just a convention or an agreed mode of thinking, which excluded from our view the full strangeness of the universe.

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(Pencil and ballpoint pen onto a copic doodle; A5)

Quick doodle as a gift for someone. Charizard is their favorite pokemon.

(Oils on 16x22cm paper)

When the Couldsailors roamed through the sky, sometimes they saw the legendary dragon of Kamahul in the distance or vaguely hidden behind clouds, a good omen and bless for their travels.

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(Oils on 16x22cm paper)

When the tower collapsed under the wrath of the sky, the eternal serpent was set free and stared at the horizon it longed for decades.

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(Acrylics and Oils on canvas)

After all, my opinion about sanity changed. I wonder if it ever had been more than just a convention or an agreed mode of thinking, which excluded from our view the full strangeness of the universe.

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