/// cybernetic dreams ///
Here are disturbing ones,
here's a scrapbook.
My main drawing person.
Inspired by Star Trek, this man is, as you can see by the eyes, a Betazoid. His name is Ian Londer.
To be exact, he was inspired by ST:Voyager "Meld"
by the killer Lon, but by Tuvok desperate to understand the killer. He somehow appeared. I tried to make him more futuristic
(cybernetic eye) but he's just a normal blonde dude with a pony.
This portrait was inspired (ripped) from
photo of Till Lindemann.
The new character I just mentioned. Will show up numerous times, as he became the second character for me to draw and include
(for example in the background of this webpage).
His name is Joseph.
I wanted to "edit" the previous portrait so it would be a different person, more likeable
perhaps. The result was, in my opinion, amazing yet simple. I soon made some projects for t-shirts with him, which I proudly
Jewelry is so overrated!
I made this in January but didn't take a photo until someday in March.
Gary Numan "Sacrifice" album cover
Ink with water
This one is more heavily edited because I could not get any clear enough photo, it would reflect any light possible. It's
still accurate though. It's a remade version of Joseph's first portrait.
One of the best I think.
For my first custom t-shirt
I swear it looks better on cloth lol.
Also, he was supposed to look comatosed or unconscious, instead he looks high...
Second custom t-shirt, Joseph smiling kindly and sweetly :)
Water crayons (yes
that's a thing lol I didn't know either)
A bit awkward portrait of Ian, from this
Gary Numan's photo.
These things are unforgiving, one little mistake and the whole thing is trashed...
First done on paper, then fixed digitally. Probably will be used for a third t-shirt.
Why the collar, you may ask?
Because I thought it would be ridiculous, and fill the space a bit.
I'm currently trying to make an animation of him dancing too.
Joseph posing proudly.
Man I love cold light so much.
Old background of this site
Oil paint on cardboard
Robocop, as you can see.
This painting was given to someone, but not made as a request, rather given away.
I will most likely be updating this section.