Spent this afternoon working on Lemegeton, my the second piece in the new Magic series. It’s not finished, but it’s almost there. Below you can see some images of it in its current state. The yellow snake still needs work, and there are some un-tidy edges and things I’d like to clean up, but on the whole I think it’s largely finished.

The piece is comprised of a few key elements: Something mundane, something extraordinary, something in transition, and something extra-dimensional. The upholstered sofa-end is mundane, the yellow snake is extraordinary, the pink-to-green gradient is in transition (going from one state to another), and the giant gaping hole is indicative of a dimensional rift.

These are going to be the four elements I play with as I go along, mixing and combining them as though they were the ingredients in a magical spell.