Wolf Countess – another one of my favourites! Part of my “Wolves” series, this features an aristocratic girl (possibly a werewolf? a lycan? a vampire?) walking down the crumbling staircase of her ancestral home with her wolf protector. I love wolves! My own original acrylic painting. Continue reading →
The first in my new series of paintings called “Les Vampires” (which is French for The Vampires) – a new line of paintings that feature vampire beauties inspired by French rococo and baroque themes and aesthetics. These will also be part of my upcoming Vampire tarot/oracle deck I've been commissioned to work on, being published next year. This first painting is called “Les Vampires: Lanterne-Citrouille” (which means “pumpkin lantern”) she is simply lovely! And with the pumpkin of course there are subtle Halloween-ish overtones (added to with the inclusion of my black cat Azrael!). There are also some creepy details in the rococo sofa the two sit upon. I went with a lighter more rococo palette on this piece rather than the bold/jewel tones I normally would put on a vampire/halloween painting, and I think I rather like how it turned out. My own original acrylic painting. Continue reading →
Original Fantasy Artwork by Kayla Ascencio. Being held against her will deep inside the castle's dungeon, she waits for the return of her captor. He delivers her a glass of blood to feed on daily, but everyday her resentment grows and her desire to drink declines.
Once you believed in Santa Claus then you grew up. But what happened to him when you stopped believing? Did he die? And if he died what happens when you start believing again? Better tell 'em not to stop believing … Continue reading →