Friday, May 23, 2014

Hello again.

Sorry I disappeared for awhile there.  I'm looking forward to posting some new stuff.  I've got some stuff from my sketchbook here:

Thursday, May 22, 2014



Here's an open call to participate in MASS HYPNOSIS, an art exhibition on the DEVILSTONE grounds (Lithuania). All artists, be they famous professionals or underground creators, are invited to participate. Form of expression, technique, and scope is irrelevant: the main idea in MASS HYPNOSIS is the courage to record the deepest, darkest, and most shocking experiences in a work of art.If you would like to show your work at this space just for artists, please send an email to until the 2nd of June. Please indicate: • Name and surname; • City of residence; • A link to your portfolio if it’s accessible online

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Videos from last years exhibitions:

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


diy tattoos made at home

Monday, May 19, 2014

Sketchbook #50

Two portraits of secundary characters from my Bosch story. The first is a fictional one, his former teacher in illumination. The other is one of the architects of the Saint Jan cathedral in Den Bosch.

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

The Sataninnies

Grieving mother

A recent sketchbook page, with random studies after Hieronymus Bosch, Matthias Gruenewald and Nicolas Presl.  
Sofar, I have been hesitant to use the theme of the high child death rates in Bosch's time, but now i think i might use it. Bosch and his wife might not have had any, but since births were not registered, we can't be certain. What we do know is that artists would hide personal messages in their commissioned work, so the grief of a donor may well have been the same as the artist's. 
primitive angel

Friday, May 09, 2014

Correction rounds: Jheronimus and the lepers

I am going to have to do a few rounds of corrections to the pages of my Jheronimus book... At the top, the 2013 version of a page from chapter 3 (the first i started working on), at the bottom a more detailed version from today. The glossy paper i use allows this kind of treatment without damaging the material too much. At first, i thought i could get away with leaving lots of space empty. Nonsense, of course. Call it tedium vacui for my part. But seriously, after colouring these pages it would not work. And at the start of the book i was more concerned with moving ahead with the story than with filling in all the blanks.

Thursday, May 08, 2014

Aleksandra Waliszewska PROBLEM / SOLUTION second edition

First edition of "Problem/Solution" sold out in a month and a half. Thus, we decided to come up with a second edition. All works are scanned anew and are better quality. Each book has 200 pages, more by additional 60 pages than the 1st edition. All works were selected and ordered by myself. David Tibet wrote extended versions of the introduction. All in all, it was worthwhile to hesitate then and get it now.,new.html,new.html,new.html

Tuesday, May 06, 2014

Mechanista on the Plasmic Plain.

This drawing was a 30 x 30 cm commission done in my old crosshatch style that I haven't used in awhile. Decided to use a red pencil crayon for the amorphous blobs in the background, then went over them with white ink.


Sunday, May 04, 2014

Goblin shark

Hello Mr. (Mrs?) Goblin Shark.

Two excellent short films

 These are two of my favourite films from last year. If you have 23 minutes to spare.

 Nina Shorina's Room Of Laughter. Makes me think how underutilized animation is for making dark and disturbing films. Really strange and satisfying.
 Somehow it wont show up on the video finder to be embedded on this page, so click here to see it on youtube.

 Here is Watson/Webber's version of Fall Of The House Of Usher. I think this is far better than most of the silent horror canon, short and sweet.


Saturday, May 03, 2014

Inbreed Illustrated

Appeared in issue #1 of HOTWIRE Comix