Lisa Jablonski is one of my favorite dark Gothic model and singer, when I first saw her I knew that I would make something beautiful with her photos. So I sketch her and made this illustration. Keep rocking this world Lisa!
The head is an ink painting I made and it’s one of my favourites drawings from my ink series. I wanted to make something simple and horrifying without adding digital elements, textures, blood and editing in Photoshop. Ink is a great material to play with and design great dark art because of its liquid feeling and contrast.
Here is a review about it from the artist and old friend Ninaste from Deviant Art, thank you mate!
“Alright while being a traditional artist I know something with ink ain’t that of an easy piece of cake and this definitely brings my eye of attention. I like the particular fact that the head is hung up like just in there giving it such a macabre look and actually this is a macabre and horror piece so it totally suits the terms, the lines have been worked very nicely still not abusing of the tools, I like the way the spine hangs down the head giving it a naturalistic look that always drives me nuts when I see some ink work or traditional art, the main thing I look for is creativity in the realisation of the art and this one might have come out of something like that. I also like the background used not to distract the attention from the main subject, yeah that’s pretty cool using backgrounds without many details when you want to emphasise to something.”
Religion is destroying and dividing our world. We, in every place in this world, have created fictional, metaphysical beliefs to explain the events of the natural world around us. Humans have forever used religion to control the masses and unfortunately they still do.
We suppose to live in a modern world now, where science can provide answers to the questions that ancient people used to rely on religion. It is beyond my understanding how people still follow ancient books and believe in an invisible man in the sky that will save them.
I am a believer in proof, and so far, religion has failed miserably to prove to me the existence of God, or that being a part of a particular club of similar minded backward thinking fools is of any value to my life. Whether religion you are, you are living in the past. You are hanging on to very old beliefs created by primitive people with limited knowledge.
I am always disgusted when I hear Christian people say they have a “personal” relationship with God. The “relationship” these good Christians refer to is a feeling created by them and their happy little fairy-tale world view that they want to live in. They want to believe that there is a God that loves them so they simply go on believing it. They fantasize their God. And they fantasize their happy, peaceful, insular world to feel safe and loved. And they fantasize their eternity in heaven through works and/or strong conviction so they have another warm happy place in the afterlife. They are afraid of the real world! They do no actions to make this world better! Religion is destroying our world!
As long as humans are living in the past, people will continue to have serious problems sharing this world with one another and the incessant violence will continue. Open your eyes! Don’t be blind!
Due our history there were many examples that humanity suffered in the hands of some “people” – “scientists” that made experiments on us… (and I am sure they still do). They try to make super humans, soldiers, control our feelings, emotions, sleep, life…
“At the beginning of a new century we are confronted by great problems. One of these is human vivisection in the name of scientific research. We appeal, then, to the medical press of America to beak that unfortunate silence which seems to justify or, at least, to condone it.
Now and henceforth, will it not join us in condemning every such vivisector of little children, every such experimenter upon human beings? We make this appeal to it in the name of Justice and Humanity and for the sake of millions yet unborn.”
The famous chemist, E.E. Slosson wrote on Dec. 12th,1895, in the New York Independent,
“A human life is nothing compared with a new fact in science….the aim of science is the advancement of human knowledge at any sacrifice of human life….We do not know of any higher use we can put a man to.”
This art is dedicated to the ones that play with our life..
A hand made ink drawing, painted with water colors and finalized in photoshop. Angel of Sorrow is one of my favorites angel drawings I ever made. She is so disappointed in our evolution that she look us behind her dark mask and just walk away in shame…