What if Wonder Woman was… french? … and set during WWI instead of WWII (or present times)? It is an of course a wink to Eugène Delacroix’s La Liberté Guidant Le Peuple, only set a little less than a century later.


Doodle celebrating Lio’s fourth Balon D’Or.Update: You can now but Art Prints of this piece at Society6, [HERE]. Free shipping until January 13, worldwide.

Doodle celebrating Lio’s fourth Balon D’Or.

Update: You can now but Art Prints of this piece at Society6, [HERE]. Free shipping until January 13, worldwide.

You can buy this piece as a high quality art print at [society6.com].

You can buy this piece as a high quality art print at [society6.com].

Character Design / Concept Art on Death and his apprentice, Mort, while having a little circumstantial disagreement. Based on Terry Pratchett’s Mort. 

Character Design: Discworld’s DEATH’s horse, Binky.

Character Design: Discworld’s DEATH’s horse, Binky.

Warm-up sketch, It could end up being a whole painting / final concept art. Maybe.

(WIP) 3D model in Blender, now with alfa and morphs expressions. Still Lowpoly, less than 1900 tris. More details here.

(WIP) 3D model in Blender, now with alfa and morphs expressions. Still Lowpoly, less than 1900 tris. More details here.

Illustration for a multiplatform game project I’m doing art direction (and all the actual artwork, you know ;) )

Illustration for a multiplatform game project I’m doing art direction (and all the actual artwork, you know ;) )

In Greek mythology, Terpsichore ( /tərpˈsɪkəriː/; Τερψιχόρη) “delight in dancing” was one of the nine Muses, ruling over dance and the dramatic chorus. She lends her name to the word “terpsichorean” which means “of or relating to dance”. She is usually depicted sitting down, holding a lyre, accompanying the dancers’ choirs with her music. She is sometimes said to be the mother of the Sirens by Achelous. Her name comes from the Greek words τέρπω (“delight”) and χoρός (“dance”).

In Greek mythology, Terpsichore ( /tərpˈsɪkəriː/; Τερψιχόρη) “delight in dancing” was one of the nine Muses, ruling over dance and the dramatic chorus. She lends her name to the word “terpsichorean” which means “of or relating to dance”. She is usually depicted sitting down, holding a lyre, accompanying the dancers’ choirs with her music. She is sometimes said to be the mother of the Sirens by Achelous. Her name comes from the Greek words τέρπω (“delight”) and χoρός (“dance”).