A physics classroom

A physics classroom Digital paintingSize: A3. Painted on: February 2021 This was a commissioned painting. A university classroom of phisics in Argentina ─yes, students and teachers drink mate during the class usually─.I made It with my Wacom intuos pen tablet using Krita.I feel I'm imroving my skills, and feels easier…

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Boreal Dusk

Boreal Dusk Digital painting using Krita and a small Wacom tablet.Size: 2397x2397px. Painted on: December 2020 Boreal Dusk is a digital painting made for Criecziel's album cover. I was asked to paint a snowy landscape with a cave. After a few sketches we decided the look of the painting. It…

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Caverns Under the Wetland

Caverns Under the Wetland Oils on paper. Size: 50x30cm. Painted on: July 2020 This was a commissioned painting for Criecziel's first album 'Caverns Under the Wetland'. The painting should contain a swamp, a forest, a sight of the mountains at the background. It was the first time I painted with…

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Banshee Acrylics on canvas. Size: 30x24cm. Painted on: October 2016 This was a commissioned artwork for a particular. The requested painting was a swamp at midnight with a Banshee.A banshee is a female spirit in Irish folklore who heralds the death of a family member.

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Braunfels Keeptower

Braunfels Keeptower Tempera on paper. Size: 25x35cm. Painted on: January 2016 Braunfels is a German city. When I visited Germany on 2015 I took several pictures. Once at home I was in love with that place, its museum, the towers... I had to paint this picture.

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Pyrenees Acrylics on lined cardboard. Size: 24x18cm. Painted on: January 2017 The Pyrenees is the mountain range which divides Spain and France. This particular painting is from Bujaruelo, Aragon.

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Inspired by Kvothe

Inspired by Kvothe Acrylics on lined cardboard. Size: 18x24cm. Painted on: September 2017 As the title says, the painting was inspired by Kvothe. Kvothe is the main character from the book 'The Name Of The Wind" by Patrick Rothfuss.

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