Karrion Cross and ScarlettSchamberger Labs
Karrion Cross and Scarlett
Ink and watercolor on watercolor paper
Artwork by Rob Schamberger
Printed on 11" x 14" 130 pound uncoated cover stock, perfect for framing!
For this, my first painting of Karrion Kross and Scarlett, I had the idea of playing more with the composition, framing one figure with the other. Karrion is represented in rage-filled reds, his face obscured in shadow except for two pinpricks of red light coming from his eyes.
Conversely, Scarlett is nearly just a silhouette of negative space, using just a small splash of color to represent her facial features. She looks almost delicate, but framed by Karrion she takes on a more sinister appearance, as some sort of poisonous flower.
I'm happy with this composition and look forward to when I can do something similar again down the line.
ALSO: This is representative of their entrance, when she kneels down before him. If you think something else is going on in this piece, you're a naughty freak. It's like a Rorschach test, and you're definitely a freak. That's okay.