Amazing use of colours and shapes. I think it took the little man on the left, with his suitcase, a long while to climb up through the fog and reach the tower. He's didn't expect the king-sized bed though, but I'm sure he'll happily use it.
Great, this one is different! You are putting more color and stands very well. Btw wanted to ask you, what you mean by sgrafifito in your works. I know the technique applied to walls, but in painting? Do you scratch with some instrument?
I appreciate your comment, Stefano....indeed, sgraffito applied to walls and, without other technique name, i'm using it for my mechanical means and methods applicable on canvas and paper....i do use a lot of small instruments for scratching, polishing, erasing painted surface to reveal underneath. Figure, is a delicate intervention, comparing my supports with walls. For more details about the instruments used, we can exchange a note. Thanks.
OK, thanks for clarifying John. I understood. Have a colleague who used to use similar technique in the past and I've seen him working. Very good artist, but went into drinking a lot and his life is ruined now.
it looks like a castle tower, or one of the towers in the lord of the rings. it seems to be growing out of and uncertain "platform" or the white foreground. that also looks like heavy snow. the tower seems ominous. the white part at the bottom looks like you did it quickly, expressing some sort of impending doom or distress. very complex, very good!
i'm at a loss as to why you'd want my opinion on this. its quite abstract for my tastes, however well done it may be. i will compliment you on the tonal values, as the rusty tones at the top are such a contrast to the bright white at the bottom. and the texture additions keep the viewers attention. makes me want to drag my fingers along it. it seems like a sort of landscape/cityscape. its missing the robot man at the front entrance of the tower.