A study I did from reference. Old film stuff, satanic risuals, whatever. I really need ot paint more. Most of my recent paid work has been drawing based and i’ve been struggling to find the time to do my own thing. 

A study I did from reference. Old film stuff, satanic risuals, whatever. I really need ot paint more. Most of my recent paid work has been drawing based and i’ve been struggling to find the time to do my own thing. 

Friday Knights 4: BEST HORSE FACE

A sketch I did of a knight a couple weeks ago. That is the best horse face I have ever drawn/painted. hands down. 

My last Friday Knight can be found here!

Friday Knights 4: BEST HORSE FACE

A sketch I did of a knight a couple weeks ago. That is the best horse face I have ever drawn/painted. hands down. 

My last Friday Knight can be found here!

Just some timed studies I did from some photographs I found floating around on the internet. I cant believe this is what I do to relax now…

by Kellan Jett

This is how i feel about graduation. I’m convinced the world outside school is one terrifying demonic floral crucifixion ritual….. It’s been a long week people…. 

Just practicing my digital painting. tried out some new brushes. 

Just practicing my digital painting. tried out some new brushes. 

The Silencing of Saint Livinus
This is Saint Livinus of Ghent. He was a Bishop of the early Catholic church somewhere in the 600s i think. He died trying to convert a bunch of pagans who (understandably) weren’t to stoked about having to denounce the old gods. So naturally, Saint Livinus lost his tongue and then his head. In my version i like to think his severed tongueless head continued to preach and is still mouthing the words even in death. 
What excites me about saints is that they are points where religion meets folklore and Christianity meets paganism. Saints tend to be a strange blend of all of it. I love that Catholicism, one of the biggest monotheistic religions in the world is full of totally deified mortals. How great of a contradiction is that. 

The Silencing of Saint Livinus

This is Saint Livinus of Ghent. He was a Bishop of the early Catholic church somewhere in the 600s i think. He died trying to convert a bunch of pagans who (understandably) weren’t to stoked about having to denounce the old gods. So naturally, Saint Livinus lost his tongue and then his head. In my version i like to think his severed tongueless head continued to preach and is still mouthing the words even in death. 

What excites me about saints is that they are points where religion meets folklore and Christianity meets paganism. Saints tend to be a strange blend of all of it. I love that Catholicism, one of the biggest monotheistic religions in the world is full of totally deified mortals. How great of a contradiction is that. 

 Roy batty from blade runner. 
Photoshop painting and portrait practice. Messing with brushes. Took almost 2 hours. 
I enjoy doing these film studies for practice, i think im going to make a habit out of it. 

 Roy batty from blade runner. 

Photoshop painting and portrait practice. Messing with brushes. Took almost 2 hours. 

I enjoy doing these film studies for practice, i think im going to make a habit out of it.