Today’s Art (19th June 2018)

Well, although today’s painting was somewhat rushed, I was thankfully able to salvage it (and give it even more of a “1990s cyberpunk” look) with some fairly extensive digital editing.

As usual, this painting is released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.

“Runner” By C. A. Brown

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Today’s Art (16th June 2018)

Well, today’s digitally-edited painting (which also comes in a non-rainy version, because I can’t decide which version I prefer) is another cyberpunk painting. Originally, I’d started making a more elaborate and detailed painting, but this failed. So, I decided to make another cyberpunk painting quickly instead… and, surprisingly, it actually turned out better than my first idea did.

As usual, this painting (and the non-rainy version) is released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.

“Launch” By C. A. Brown

Today’s Art (14th June 2018)

Here’s the next digitally-edited painting in my “Gothic Aberystwyth” art series (and here’s a version of it without rain).

Surprisingly, I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to think of the idea of making a painting set on top of Penglais Hill.

As usual, this painting (and the non-rainy version) is released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.

“Aberystwyth – Above” By C. A. Brown

Today’s Art (13th June 2018)

Here’s the next digitally-edited painting in my “Gothic Aberystwyth” art series. Surprisingly, this actually ended up being an autobiographical one.

Basically, for Halloween 2009, I got a festival pass to the Abertoir film festival at the Arts Centre cinema. Anyway, after watching one of the horror movies, I happened to notice a camera crew as I was leaving the cinema. The person I glanced briefly in front of the camera seemed like they were someone famous but I couldn’t quite work out who they were at the time.

Of course, quite some time later, I happened to get notstalgic and look on Youtube where I found a documentary filmed at the festival [mildly NSFW] and to my surprise, I realised that the person in question was none other than Emily Booth (star of “Bits“, “Shock Movie Massacre”, “Cradle Of Fear“, “Evil Aliens” etc..)! And I’m still kind of amazed that I walked past none other than Emily Booth and didn’t quite realise it at the time!

As usual, this painting is released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.

“Aberystwyth – Abertoir ’09” By C. A. Brown

Today’s Art (12th June 2018)

Well, here’s the next digitally-edited painting in my “Gothic Aberystwyth” art series. This one also comes in a non-rainy version and a “purple” version (which I thought about using as the main version, but decided against doing so).

Yes, this ended up being another painting of the town’s university campus (although I’m pretty sure I forgot to add a tower to the picture). Although I’d originally planned for this painting to be a lot gloomier, it is at least vaguely visually-consistent with yesterday’s painting (especially if you look at the “purple” version).

As usual, this painting (and the alternative versions) is released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.

“Aberystwyth – Taxi Ride” By C. A. Brown