I’m starting this journal to share the artwork I make for spirits. Some are offerings, some inspired. I can share with you a digital copy of them with you if you want to unless specified. All my art here is inspired by the spirits, for the spirits.
I’ll start with my first ever artwork offering, for King Paimon. Who continues to teach and guide me till today, for which I’m humbled and grateful.
Archangel Michael. He continues to have my back and be my biggest supporter, he calls me out on my bs, which is much needed lol.
Azazel*, need I say more? He flipped my world upside me, challenged me, and he still does it. I am complaining but not complaining. His difficult lessons have proven to be one of the most significant ones I’ve learnt in my growing practice.
Wow! These are all so incredible, your art covers so many styles and figures, it’s amazing! All of them are absolutely amazing. Congrats on your work!! Happy to see it posted. Thanks so much for sharing
Azazel and Belial really astound me. I think it’s the darkness in them that calls to me (not to be super edgy of anything). That skull against the dark shows such good detail and I love the overall feeling that Azazel laid between his background and the skull he holds gives off. For Belial, I mean you just nailed it. That whole vibe is amazing, the clothes, the expression and everything about it.
Gabriel is one intimidating…spirit. In my experience he’s pretty cutthroat and to the point. I see him in extremely dark blues and in a “no bs” vibe everytime I meet him. He’s the 2nd angel I learned about at the very beginning.
Time taken: 2-3 ish hours? I didn’t keep track.
Dropped my paint water in between while fixing my bed table’s leg, moved my drawing copy out of the way ASAP because I learned from the last time, water fell on my bed instead. Cue my friend screeching in horror and me hurrying to tell friend no. 2 to pass me the tissues.
I made a thumbnail sketch first (which is not shown here). I already had the colors planned out. I focused a lot more on the skin and armor than anything else. But this one of my most favorite backgrounds I’ve ever painted.
I used to scry clouds a lot, for fun. I’ve always wanted to paint them. Instead of using up a whole page and panicking, I divided the paper into slots and practiced in each box. I like how they turned our. The 2nd and 7th are my personal favorites.