Tuesday, May 31, 2011
You can check out the images complete with boarder over here on my blog.
Monday, May 30, 2011
Like a mix of Max Ernst's cut-up work, Salvador Dali, and Francis Bacon, only more imaginative and energetic than any and all of them in my opinion. Even so these aren't the best quality of pictures nor my favorites of his work. Scour the internet for his name, or better yet, buy one or more of his books, and you'll see what I am talking about.
Sunday, May 29, 2011
now here's 3 finished pics from the forthcumin' "dollmatrix" comic book (NO goddamn graphic novel!) drawn by me, zeke s. clough & marc van elburg. well, of course i can't really talk for them both, but atleast i think we have succeded to create art that walks the veeery thin line of being something between complete trash and arty farty pseudo wank. if everything turns out just right, then this book hopefully will see the day of light before this year's over. cross my heart, hope to die. R'n'R!
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
|[2008 July, journal "VERSLO KLASĖ"]|
|[2011 May, newspaper "My Family"]|
|[photo made by myself, how I looked in 2008, before going to "Kunigunda Lunaria"]|
AND HERE ARE MY WORKS OF TODAY:
Sunday, May 22, 2011
Scotland and Ireland has always been the region that excites me most in terms of the visuals, feelings and myths of the places, I dont think it is just because I'm from Scotland(maybe it is), but there is a lot of collections dedicated to celtic stories, some good ones from Wordsworth Editions, who also recently put out a collection of old Australian horror, I cant even imagine what that might be like.
Kurodahan publish a lot of this stuff, they are an interesting publisher and here is their catalog
Ryunosuke Akutagawa- Hell Screen
This story can be found in numerous collections like Rashomon And Seventeen Other Stories
Ueda Akinari- Tales Of Moonlight And Rain
Kaiki: Uncanny Tales From Japan
The third book is coming soon
Lafcadio Hearn- Kwaidan, In Ghostly Japan
Toyohashi Collection Of Ancient Japanese Ghost stories
A kindle-only book that is supposed to be from a decades out of print book.
I think this is more fantasy focused.
Oriental Tales Of Terror
Izumi Kyoka- Japanese Gothic Tales, In Light Of Shadows
Amano cover on the second volume.
Edogawa Rampo- Japanese Tales Of Mystery & Imagination, Moju: The Blind Beast, Edogawa Rampo Reader, Black Lizard/ Beast In The Shadows
Best Japanese Science Fiction Stories
Notice how different the cover might be today.
Two volumes of this so far.
Lairs Of The Hidden Gods
Four volumes so far of lovecraftian stories by japanese writers.
Asamatsu Ken- Queen Of K'n-Yan
A cover by Castlevania artist Ayami Kojima.
Seemingly a Weird Tales style magazine
Does anyone know anything about that singing style in ghostly/monster and samurai movies and games where there is ghostly voices going "YOOOOOOOOOOO! YOOOOOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOO!" ?