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Hello, I’ve been following your blog for a bit and love every post. Do you have anything on King Cophetua and the Beggar Maid? I discovered the story through the paintings of Daniel Maclise and Edward Burnes-Jones, Victorian era painters who both surprisingly depict a handsome, dark lord wooing a peasant woman. I know the story dates back to at least the late 16th century and I’m curious about the depictions of an African king who marries a fair woman.
This animation consists of 12 597 handmade aquarelle paintings, each painting is approximately 1,5*3cm in size. Together they form my 35 minute long paraphrase on the motion picture Blade Runner (1982) by Ridley Scott.
By Anders Ramsell, good God what a beast!
WIP. Faux-cover art for a sickeningly sweet Super Famicom game called Asameshimae-nyanko (literally “Piece of Cake - Meow”). It’s Othello with cats, don’t watch unless you want your kidneys to fail.
Intentionally done in the style of those awful 80s video game box arts that turn cute Japanese games into heavy metal album covers.
Painting… doodle. Painting doodle.