Cthluhu, from the Cthulhu chart I posted a few weeks ago. I’m a huge Lovecraft admirer. Especially “Night Ocean” and “The Shadow Over Innsmouth”. I did this one while keeping an eye on a test students were doing at school.
Today was the last day of an annual exhibition, Salon des Artistes Orléanais. Here are the three paintings (only 3 pictures maximum allowed per artist) I showed this year. The first one is a dusk landscape in oil, the second one a picture from Red Light District in Amsterdam (oil painting too) and the last one, a moonrise over the Loire (monotype).
Six pages from my “The Man Who Would Be King” sketchbook, based upon the Rudyard Kipling short story I’m so fond of. Here, Daniel Dravot dressed as a “mad priest” in Kumharsen sera ; his room in his Sikander palace ; and a traditional Kafir house, inspired by the wood and stone structure of Nuristani houses.
Views from the train. Done with Photoshop, by clicking with my finger on the trackpad (not very convenient). This is the kind of skies I see when traveling early in the morning and late in the afternoon. Each, ± 5 min.