Deviant Login Shop  Join deviantART for FREE Take the Tour
×
  • Art Print
  • Canvas
  • Photo
  • Art Gifts
Download JPG 1450 × 747



Details

Submitted on
May 1, 2013
Image Size
527 KB
Resolution
1450×747
Link
Thumb
Embed

Stats

Views
5,269
Favourites
377 (who?)
Comments
9
Downloads
102
×
Eternal Pillars by ReneAigner Eternal Pillars by ReneAigner
A barren land, pillars of stone reaching towards the sky.

Follow me on facebook if you're interested in being up to date with my work:
[link]
Thanks!
Add a Comment:
 
:iconakanevsky:
This is a cool painting. Here's what my imagination draws as happening here. A big crowd of monks came to pray to their deity. Strange mist has descended upon the land and turned them all temporarily into large stone statues. Now they became one with nature, whether they were expecting to or not. This too shall pass, and in the morning the mist will disappear, and they will become human again. Those who entered the area after the mist descended, such as the guy in lower right, were unaffected by it. Their size or physical state did not change. Thus they could freely wander among the statues and observe the positions in which each monk froze as if this was an outdoors museum...
Reply
:iconepicjwklfilms:
EpicJwklFilms May 29, 2013  Student Filmographer
holy shit
The Landscape!
MMMM THE LANDSCAPE
OMFG
Reply
:iconartman2013:
What can I say that hasn't already been said? (praise wise)
Reply
:iconmolicious:
Super Arbeiten! Wie bekommst du diesen lebendigen Strich wie beispielsweiße bei den Felsen hin? Lg
Reply
:iconfireblademe:
It's awesome! I love it :D
Reply
:iconcocoratscha:
Cocoratscha May 2, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
That's great! I love how only the foreground is focused and the background is very blurred. And the sky is really cool, as well...
Reply
:iconsomelarder:
Somelarder May 2, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
NICE !
The sky is beautiful and I love your technic, keep going ! ;)
Reply
:iconnearia91:
Wow, I love the atmosphere! It's very menacing, and I'm kind of getting a weird mix between fear, depression, and that "after the storm" kind of calm, like something horrible once happened there. It's a very powerful piece - great job! :D
Reply
Add a Comment: