Music often stimulates my flow of mind, occasionally it sparks an idea from out of the blue for reasons still unknown to me. It does not always reflect the music itself, sometimes it’s a completely different image I get, but it’s still the music that set the creative juices to stir. Could it be anymore vague? I guess so, however, to get to the point: these dark and abstract artworks are what came out of such a spark.
To give the song some more credit in my own way; I named this piece after the track “Pseudo Silk Kimono” by Marillion (from their album: Misplaced Childhood). I actually found this name ‘somewhat’ relevant to the artwork, which gave it a more complete touch for me. I guess you could see it as a fan-made artwork.
After I published the Pseudo Silk Kimono print I was commissioned by ARTR (a Dutch digital art community) to create a tutorial piece for a similar artwork. Considering that I hadn’t done this before I gladly accepted the challenge. Personally, it was a very interesting project and good learning experience for me. Aside from tutorial itself I decided to offer a wallpaper pack of this piece as a little extra.
All of that has unfortunately been taken down after they decided to stop running the blog. The artwork I made will of course remain available for glances and prints.
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