Our site’s description page states that ‘our images have been appreciated for their distinct nostalgic and melancholic aesthetic.’ It is also obvious that the studio’s name and visual identity draws inspiration from Norse mythology. “Wyrd” is an Old English word for ‘fate’ or ‘personal destiny’, which also corresponds to the Old Norse “urðr” of similar meaning and a rich mythological substrate. (more…)
My partner and I have a new architectural visualisation website featuring exclusive content – https://www.wyrdtree.co.uk/
I will keep this blog as well, although I gave up on the paid domain and reverted to the free wordpress blog. Both links work for now, although from January you will only be able to access this blog at mcrassus.wordpress.com. If you have it bookmarked in the other form and wish to keep following it, please update the link.
My latest artwork done for Stygian Fox’s ‘New Tales of the Miskatonic Valley‘ for the Call of Cthulhu RPG, featuring an aerial view of the fictional town of Foxfield, Massachussets.
For the creation of this I used Michele Botticelli‘s ‘City of Arkham’ 3D buildings pack among other things. Render + matte painting and post processing.
My latest artwork done for Stygian Fox’s ‘New Tales of the Miskatonic Valley‘ for the Call of Cthulhu RPG, featuring an aerial view of H. P. Lovecraft’s fictional city of Arkham, Massachussets.
For the creation of this I used Michele Botticelli‘s ‘City of Arkham’ 3D buildings pack among other things. Rendered and post-processed. More images coming soon.
I created this image in January 2016 as part of Forbes Massie Studio. Project by Ri-Eg Architects (competition entry).
I painted this on my ancient Bamboo Tablet, using as a reference a photo I took in the beautiful Knole Park a while ago.
‘The Malediction Fields’ cover art served as a source of inspiration for the colours and mood.
Full size: 5000×5000. For full resolution previews (more…)