Sebastian Muriel

Sebastian Muriel

"Quien dibuja sonrisas en tu cara, merece que pintes su vida de Colores"
Sebastian Muriel
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Finished samurai boss! #vector #samurai #mempo #mask #illustration #sweyda

Finished samurai boss! #vector #samurai #mempo #mask #illustration #sweyda

This is created by Jared Mirabile. It was originally for one client but after it's success, he has created a collection of these samurais. I really love the contrast in colours. I love how much detail is put into the illustration but it still looks very minimal. I've always been fond with history especially with Japan and the feudal era. Traditionally when I see Japanese art, it's done traditionally but with Jared's illustration he creates a contemporary feel without losing the history.

This is created by Jared Mirabile. It was originally for one client but after it's success, he has created a collection of these samurais. I really love the contrast in colours. I love how much detail is put into the illustration but it still looks very minimal. I've always been fond with history especially with Japan and the feudal era. Traditionally when I see Japanese art, it's done traditionally but with Jared's illustration he creates a contemporary feel without losing the history.

Occult Knowledge and Symbols - Galdrastafir (ancient Icelandic magic symbols). Icelandic magical staves (sigils) are symbols credited with magical effect preserved in various grimoires dating from the 17th century and later. According to the Museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft, the effects credited to most of the staves were very relevant to the average Icelanders of the time, who were mostly subsistence farmers and had to deal with harsh climatic conditions.

Occult Knowledge and Symbols - Galdrastafir (ancient Icelandic magic symbols). Icelandic magical staves (sigils) are symbols credited with magical effect preserved in various grimoires dating from the 17th century and later. According to the Museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft, the effects credited to most of the staves were very relevant to the average Icelanders of the time, who were mostly subsistence farmers and had to deal with harsh climatic conditions.