A scene in Weep for Day when human won the war against Nightmares. I was listening to podcast (The Dollop) about the history of Thanksgiving when I was working on this painting. Basically this scene is just like the second Thanksgiving where people celebrated for genocide of another group. What a history we have.
Took me quite a while to do this one. It is based on the short story Weep for Day by Indrapramit Das. In this world the sun never set and no buildings have east facing windows. The environment is the auditorium at College of Archaeology at the University of St. Kataretz. It doesn't look like a archaeology class just yet.
I haven't update for a while (no worries! I'm being productive that is why I have little time to write and post) but this week's GoT finale is excited, splendid and satisfying I have to share. I won't spoil any plot but I want to take a note about the music in the opening sequence. Amazing. The calm and melancholy piano melody playing and cello building up the tension adding a sense of urgency. I felt very emotional watching it. It is now on Spotify Or here's a link
A lot of dissonance in the later part piece to create the haunting effect in anticipation of certain event to happen