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Starting off with the art of:
Misc and or unknown artists
Remember http://tineye.com/ is your friend
Personally I'm much into surrealism and magic realism
This guy makes very nice pieces of art on known and unknown angels. He doesn't explain how he conjures the pictures but he's most likely awaken.
>le deathcore album cover man
you've got no taste my man
>he's most likely awaken
Why do you think that?
Nice artworks anyway, saved.
I once asked him to make a drawing based on pic related but he politely declined and said:
"I only do drawings based on real impressions."
If I'd donate to his Patreon he would consider it as a service but he was not interested.
My observation is also that the details he depicts in his drawings requires actual knowledge and contact with the archangels of EL that you cannot simply get from a textbook example. Once you meet beings like Uzriel, Ariel, Azaziel, Gabriel and Michael you will see the resemblance as well.
yep i saw in dreams the golden ones , whan you see a entity on the astral you wll see it troug your eyes (cultural bagage) if you are cristian you will see angels and demons ,if budish devas and budhas , but they are basically the same , powerfull entities
the more artsy you are you will be able to see details that nobody else can. , this guy is a awaken one , look how he use golden and light , he has seen real power the real ting.
I really love the art of the Belle Epoque. Even the ads were beautiful. It surely wasn't a coincidence that occult studies also flourished in this period.
Here's a few more from Klimt, since he's so great.
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Were any art threads archived from earlier incarnations of /fringe/?
Here's a better version of that Gerome painting.
Some of it is deep and esoteric how ever must of it just is good, nice to look at, and nondegenerate.
I will post a selection from this download.
Reposting because one of these had an ugly watermark that I somehow missed.
Here's a better pic of that Delville painting.