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Foxfield

Foxfield
My latest artwork done for Stygian Fox’s ‘New Tales of the Miskatonic Valley‘ for the Call of Cthulhu RPG, featuring an aerial view of the fictional town of Foxfield, Massachussets.
For the creation of this I used Michele Botticelli‘s ‘City of Arkham’ 3D buildings pack among other things. Render + matte painting and post processing.


City of Arkham

Arkham

My latest artwork done for Stygian Fox’s ‘New Tales of the Miskatonic Valley‘ for the Call of Cthulhu RPG, featuring an aerial view of H. P. Lovecraft’s fictional city of Arkham, Massachussets.
For the creation of this I used Michele Botticelli‘s ‘City of Arkham’ 3D buildings pack among other things. Rendered and post-processed. More images coming soon.

 


Flooded London, Alternate History Dieselpunk

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Full size: 4000x2400px. Mixed techinque – render and matte painting.


In a Foreign Town, In a Foreign Land

In a foreign town
This digital art piece was inspired by a short story from Thomas Ligotti’s ‘Teatro Grottesco‘. The name of the story is ‘His Shadow Shall Rise to a Higher House’ and it’s the first part of a trilogy called ‘In a Foreign Town, In a Foreign Land’.

Techniques used: 3D render + post production. Full size: 4082×3186

Although the story is pretty grim and sickening, it contains some vivid descriptions of the urban landscape of the unnamed northern border town which I found beautiful. (more…)


At the Mountains of Madness – Concept Art

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Concept art based on “At the Mountains of Madness”, H.P. Lovecraft’s novella.

Step-by-step process:


Lovecraft’s Providence – Concept Art

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Concept art based on “The Case of Charles Dexter Ward”, H.P. Lovecraft’s novel.
It looks more like an old English town, but that is where my imagination took me after reading the beautiful description.

“One of the child’s first memories was of the great westward sea of hazy roofs and domes and steeples and far hills which he saw one winter afternoon from that great railed embankment, all violet and mystic against a fevered, apocalyptic sunset of reds and golds and purples and curious greens. The vast marble dome of the State House stood out in massive silhouette, its crowning statue haloed fantastically by a break in one of the tinted stratus clouds that barred the flaming sky. […]

His walks were always adventures in antiquity, during which he managed to recapture from the myriad relics of a glamorous old city a vivid and connected picture of the centuries before. His home was a great Georgian mansion atop the well-nigh precipitous hill that rises just east of the river; and from the rear windows of its rambling wings he could look dizzily out over all the clustered spires, domes, roofs, and skyscraper summits of the lower town to the purple hills of the countryside beyond. […]
Sometimes, as he grew taller and more adventurous, young Ward would venture down into this maelstrom of tottering houses, broken transoms, tumbling steps, twisted balustrades, swarthy faces, and nameless odours; winding from South Main to South Water, searching out the docks where the bay and sound steamers still touched.” – The Case of Charles Dexter Ward, H. P. Lovecraft

The making video:


Christmas Card for an ArchVis Studio

As part of Forbes Massie Studio I created this idyllic winter scene visual in December 2015. It was also featured on Dezeen.

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