"Babushka on Her Routine Walk to Sunday Mass"
Used in Metempsychosis: Abyss of Horrors, solitaire card game
$80 original A4 ink on paper ($10 shipping anywhere)


 

"The Ship of Fools"
Used in Metempsychosis: Abyss of Horrors, solitaire card game
$90 original A3 ink on paper ($10 shipping anywhere)


 

"St. Patrick and Leprechauns"
Used in Metempsychosis: Abyss of Horrors, solitaire card game
$120 original A3 ink on paper (FREE SHIPPING anywhere)


 

"Two Pilgrims"
A blind seer led by a morbid clown – where are they going, accompanied by those grotesque apparitions?
Used in Metempsychosis: Abyss of Horrors, solitaire card game
$90 original ink on A3 paper ($10 ships anywhere)


 

"Hermit" 
Used in Metempsychosis: Abyss of Horrors, solitaire card game
BOOKED! $75 original ink on A3 paper (plus $10 shipping everywhere)
Dungeoney version of the classic tarot arcanum


 

"Sacred Bull"
Used in Metempsychosis: Abyss of Horrors, solitaire card game
$110 original A3 ink on paper ($10 shipping anywhere)


 

"The Foremother"
Used in Metempsychosis: Abyss of Horrors, solitaire card game
$100 original A3 ink on paper (FREE SHIPPING anywhere)
You may (based on that skull that is obviously Celtic propriety of Horned God, the one who laughs at the deep forests) think that she is something like mother nature or mother earth – but why then is she so ugly?! And now notice the Christian cross in the background. In times when Mother Nature danced in the fields and rocks, there were no Christians, no culture...? Yes, when she danced, there were none, but this picture captures her as she is NOW, in the modern period – with no elegance in her body or poise, only old, weary crone with the disfigured belly, because we do not let her give birth to anything naturally, putting mad, endless row of Caesarean sections upon her, striving for our beloved resources, ignoring the signs of the decay and woe in the background. She only holds the key to our future in her hand, to ANY future in fact, but she holds it in a threatening gesture – she is going to close the gate finally. Because we left her no choice.


 

"Lake of Wonders"
Used in Metempsychosis: Abyss of Horrors, solitaire card game
$90 original ink on A3 paper ($10 ships anywhere)
In the darkest heart of the forgotten forest, there is said to be hidden a lake of unspoken beauty, guarded by spirits of nature, the most playful and cunning ones unknown even to alchemists and mages. The lake is said to consist of water healing to some, deadly to others. Well, the screaming madman who crawled from the forest half dead without his legs swears that it is just a damned pond of acid, around which perverted astral maggots use to gather. But who would believe him? At least the stories agree that items do not reflect on its surface and taking a bath there will not leave you unchanged.

"A Lone rider at the Bleak Fortress"
Used in Metempsychosis: Abyss of Horrors, solitaire card game
$90 original ink on A3 paper ($10 ships anywhere)


 

"Belladonna Hallucination"
Used in Metempsychosis: Abyss of Horrors, solitaire card game
$130 original A4 oils, watercolor, ballpoint on paper (FREE SHIPPING anywhere)
"In the past, witches were believed to use a mixture of belladonna, opium poppy and other plants, typically poisonous (such as monkshood and poison hemlock), in flying ointment, which they allegedly applied to help them fly to gatherings with other witches or to experience bacchanalian carousal.[52] Carlo Ginzburg and others have argued that flying ointments were preparations meant to encourage hallucinatory dreaming; a possible explanation for the inclusion of belladonna and opium poppy in flying ointments concerns the known antagonism between tropane alkaloids of belladonna (scopolamine) and opiate alkaloids in the opium poppy, Papaver somniferum (to be specific, morphine), which produces a dream-like waking state (hypnagogia) or potentiated dreams while the user is asleep."
taken from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atropa_belladonna

"Torture"
Used in Metempsychosis: Abyss of Horrors, solitaire card game
$100 original inks and watercolors on 40×40 cm paper


 

"Autodafe – Public Witch Burning"
Used in Metempsychosis: Abyss of Horrors, solitaire card game
$140 original watercolor/oil on A4 paper (shipping FREE)


 

"The Bleak Hills"
Used in Metempsychosis card game
$90 for original ink on A3 paper ($10 shipping anywhere)

"The Witch Trials"
Used in Metempsychosis card game
$90 original ink on A3 paper ($10 shipping anywhere)
"An estimated total of 30,000-60,000 people were executed during the witch trials.[7][8] Among the best known of these trials were the Scottish North Berwick witch trials, Swedish Torsåker witch trials and the American Salem witch trials. Among the largest and most notable were the Trier witch trials (1581–1593), the Fulda witch trials (1603–1606), the Würzburg witch trial (1626–1631) and the Bamberg witch trials (1626–1631)."
Taken from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Witch_trials_in_the_early_modern_period


"A Leg Carrier"
Used in Metempsychosis card game
$350 original ink and watercolor on A3 paper (FREE shipping anywhere)
The piece is showing an unrecognizably mutilated torso impaled and carried by a bailiff from a gallows as some bizarre trophy. In his other hand, the bailiff carries a leg of the executed, but it may look like the dead man himself is bearing the limb. This act symbolises the fact that in the medieval heretic and witch trials, the imprisonment and even torture or execution were meant as serving for suspect's own good (for the good of his soul) - and he himself or his relatives had to bear all the expenses for the trial. 


 

"Mocking Hats of Heretics"
Used in Metempsychosis card game
$400 original ink and watercolor on A3 paper (FREE shipping anywhere)
This piece is showing theologian and reformer Jerome of Prague wearing a mocking hat right before his being burned in Konstanz 1416. He is being taunted and pushed to a stake by mental cripples all around. On the right side we see the ghost of his old mate John Hus, another great uncomfortable church reformer convicted and burned in similar mocking hat some year before Jerome... The inquisition council is in its session behind in the middle of the picture, overturning the bible over for their own purpose. Behind in the left upper corner we see Sigismund of Luxembourg, called "ginger fox" in Bohemian lands for his alleged perfidiousness during the trial with these significant church reformers.


 

"Giantauros"
Used in Metempsychosis card game
$100 original ink on paper, approx. 11 × 16" ( FREE shipping anywhere)


 

"Invoking the Elder Gods"
Used in Metempsychosis: Abyss of Horrors, solitaire type card game on War Claw Games
$150 original ink on A3 paper (FREE shipping everywhere)
There was a civilization used to invoking elder gods too much. Its masks-wearing priests played their drums and cymbals in such an eloquent way, shed so much blood in their rituals, brought so many human heads on a plate and many many other fruitful sacrifices, that once - finally - the Great Old Ones really came, crawling out from the deepest tombs of the pyramids as well as from the cracking sky. And, as you can easily guess, the fall of the civilization came with them.


 

"Facing Cracked-head, the Soul-Grinder"
Well, a quite overly noble nickname for someone who just crushes fresh human flesh with his mace, but now, facing this monster, you actually have two other, much bigger issues to solve: 1) How can you defeat someone who practically started his career by smashing his own head, just for fun? 2) Will you manage getting rid of him before the undead invoker over the Cracked-Head‘s shoulder (the real boss of this game) summons another, and maybe even more deadly minion? (Not to mention the hungry fish-spider in the back). Given circumstances like this, you must admit that you are slowly beginning to almost regret your venturing to these particular corners of the astral plane.
Used in Metempsychosis: Abyss of Horrors, solitaire type card game on War Claw Games
$120 original ink on paper, approx. 11 × 16" ( FREE shipping anywhere)


 

"Oceans of Blood"
$250 original mixed media on paper approx. 11 × 16" (FREE shipping anywhere)


 

"Thugs in the Dark Forest"
$100 original ink on A3 paper (FREE shipping everywhere)


 

"Multiheaded Monster"
$45


 

 

"Gallows Ghosts"
$75 original ink on A4 paper (plus $10 shipping)


 

"Lagoon"
License not available
$75 original ink/watercolor on approx. A4 paper ($10 shipping anywhere)


 

"Flying Castles"
$150 original ink on A4 paper

"Anxiety"
$100 original ink on A3 paper (shipping FREE), licensed to a grindcore band


 

"Crusader"
$85 original ink on paper approx. 15,7 × 15,7" ($10 shipping anywhere), licensed to a dungeon synth band


 

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