This was fun! I’m probably going to do a few more Disney princess royal portrait style things (I did one of Elsa a while ago, but I think I might redo it!) I’ve looking at loads of royal portrait paintings recently, this particular one was modelled on a painting of Alexandra of Denmark by Franz Xaver Winterhalter.
Finally upload these guys, huzzah! A little shout out to those folks who like gents in historical clothing as much as I do. Took advantage of the Doctor’s timey wimey time travels and placed him in different eras (mainly to see if i can pull it off. I think I did, did I?)
Anyway, here’s 9,10,11, and 12 in the clothing of Philip II of Spain (1598-1621), Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor (1792-1806), Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Prince Consort (tenure 1840-1861), and Nicholas II of Russia (1894-1917) respectively. This is done purely to see if I can do it and for a bit of fun and in no way is meant to compare the characters to historical figures.
So yeah. If anyone’s interested in purchasing prints of these guys, leave me a message. Sadly, I will only be able to entertain those who are in the Philippines but I’ll keep you guys posted when I get around to making a Society6 account. Cheers for now!
Creative Digital Paintings Blend Mechs Into Early 20th-Century Polish Villages
1920+ is a amazing collection of digital paintings created by Germany-based conceptual artist Jakub Różalski. In each piece, the artist produced a creative narrative of historical fiction. He used Photoshop to blend large, fictional walking war machines, or mechs, into rural climates from early 20th-century Polish villages.