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Dark Visions - from the "Book of Dreams"

Dark Visions - from the "Book of Dreams"

Posted by Franz on 12/26/2005
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My most impressive paintings are directly inspired by dreams. I have a sketchbook called "The Book of Dreams" where there are dozens of dreams captured in short illus and descriptions. I have already dreamt to take a look into the finished book and saw paintings yet to paint. Once in the future youll hold the complete "Book of Dreams" in your hand, but for now here you can see some examples from the chapter "Dark Visions". - enjoy -

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Traumgiganten
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Tower of Illusion
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Ago of the Machine
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Sea of Flames
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Beben der Zeit
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Nova Roma - the Dream
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Protuberance of Steel
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Terminus
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Demons and  Fallen Angels

Demons and Fallen Angels

One chapter in my book of dreams show versions of the old mythical themes around fallen angels or even demons. The old stories of dark and light bring endless possibilities for artists.
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Mystic Visions

Mystic Visions

Dark Dreams and Mystic Visions from the past and in the future. Scenes from gothic places and mythological areas. The most exciting scenes extracted directly from my dream sketchbook.
(6 images)
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Views from the End of the World

Views from the End of the World

In my most bizarre dreams I saw creatures and scenes hardly to describe and strange to show in color, but I tried. I call this dark visions "Views from the End of the World" and even now, after hundreds of times of watching the pieces, it gives me the creeps.
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 Artist:   Franz  ( ) Contact Artist 
Franz
Born and living at the gates to the Austrian Alps near Salzburg my visions have always been enriched by nature and myths. I like to climb on mountains and ride through dense forests. And I always held a pencil to sketch what I see; but my love is SF and Fantasy Art, and this since 1979 when my first painting appeared in a magazine. Since then I met countless wonderful members of this big community in conventions and shows and I just can say: I love this scene! My work has been showed on book covers, in magazines and on collecitible cards as well as on numerous shows. But I always have the one or another private piece in making. But now enjoy my visions....

http://www.franzmiklis.com


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