Piece description from the artist
A pirate ship sails the open seas late on a sunny afternoon. Suddenly, the calm waters become choppy. On the horizon, an impossibly huge form erupts from the water. It's a humpback whale breaching, yet this is no ordinary creature of the sea. It is dozens of times larger than any humpback should. Perhaps, these high seas marauders have brought the wrath of the sea down upon themselves, and it has thrown the god of whales against them.
This one was inspired by the Pirates of the Caribbean movie series. I've always rather liked the idea of high seas pirate era fantasy. It's a refreshing break from the more common medieval type.
To create this artwork, I used 3D rendering (CGI) as well as digital painting techniques.
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