Each entry in my Top 25 will have:

  • a descriptive paragraph.
  • a sentence or two about why I chose it.
  • one or more close-up details.
  • a link to my original post about the work.
  • thumbnail gallery with all artworks included so far.
  • prints for sale.
  • Links for all previous entries.
  • a poll for picking your favorite.

#25 EUOF

EUOF, digital painting, 3X4 ft @ 300 dpi, 10/2014.

A dramatic and deadly encounter between a robot and a mutant human. The robot has riddled the human with bullets shot from guns conveniently mounted on its head. The drop of blood on the robot’s finger references the famous Queen News of the World album cover. The digital impasto style is my own invention, and is influenced by the painterly techniques of artists from Van Gogh to Francis Bacon. EUOF is an acronym for “excessive use of force”. It is a tragic image of a human being extinguished by an automaton.

Why I chose it:

The impasto technique, the emotional impact, and the robot I invented. The robot’s hand may be my favorite bit.


Original Post

The original post has lots of details, process pics, an animated process, discusses meaning and influences.


Prints are gallery-quality giclée art prints on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Very reasonable pricing starting at $15.

~ Ends

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