My Artwork [ARCHIVE]

Ocassionally I create artwork in my spare time. So I decided that this would be the place to publish it.

Note that most of my artwork is 300×300 pixels unless specified otherwise.

Update for 11th February 2017:
This page has been discontinued and archived.

All new artwork pieces will be posted in individual blog posts.
Update for 10th July 2016:

I have changed the copyright license for all of my artwork. The license is below.

I have also decided to take a few of the artwork pieces down from my website.
The following artwork have been removed:

Infernal Grounds
Prismarine (Due to copyright and because it never really belonged here anyway)

Creative Commons Licence
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

Entropy

Date created: August 2016

Entropy

Different style, nothing special. 🙂

Simplicity

Date created: 10th July 2016

Watermark

This was originally supposed to be a simple watermark.

Spectrum

Date created: 6th January 2016

Spectrum

Spectrum because why not? 🙂

Amethyst Impurity

Date created: December 2015

Amethyst Impurity

I made this when I was bored. Not really inspired by anything.

Night Sky

Date created: 21st November 2015

Night Sky

Inspired by the dark sky over the United Kingdom and the bright Moon shining bright over the Earth. The orange glow in the bottom-right is a reference to the poem “Sunsets” by Richard Aldington.

Morning Skies

Date created: 21st November 2015

Morning Skies

This one was inspired by the bright blue sky I saw this morning over the United Kingdom, which is very rare considering we get a lot of rain and clouds 😉

Farland Mists

Date created: 20th November 2015

Farland Mists

Farland Mists wasn’t really inspired by anything – I was just bored and wanted to create some art 🙂 – Although, the dark red patch in the top-right of the picture is a reference to the brutality/violence of World War 1.

Pandemonium

Date created: October 2015

Pandemonium

This one was originally called “Impressionism” and was inspired by Wilfred Owen’s ‘Dulce et Decorum Est’ poem wrote during World War 1. This is also my first ever piece of art, so it may not seem very good.

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