It bridges my interest in doing abstract painting but never been able to let go of the figurative. Also very freeing to not have any directives except to have the painting work and just throw anything into it.
The interesting thing is that it works as doing cut-ups in writing.
If you have tried to do cut ups and use certain sources it will make sense and relate to the material that gets chosen.
In either case it seems that the same principle occurs in these paintings. They do get the same feeling depending on what source material there is laying around and how it interacts with the main attention grabbers of the paintings.
The second one based around the sigil of a entity used in magick called Emluzias. The main focus goal of that entity is to help you with art, potential and prosperity. So the painting is made as an invocation of Emluzias.
The third one has no basis in anything and just started with the skulls (a lot of skulls painted since starting to think about the Ghede and Baron Samedi of Vodou fame) added a bear and then another drawing that my daughter made. It really came out easy and is less complicated than the other two but there is not really anything else to add.
I guess by default the painting has to go by the name of Catmaker as I heard the word listening to a documentary about Hieronymus Bosch while painting. Is it possible that there was a mis-hearing?