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Luminous Neon Fury

Luminous Neon Fury

In the deep forest, under a quiet moon, I painted “Luminous Neon Fury.” The scene unfolded where Jason Vorhees, the infamous character from Friday the 13th, closed in on a camp counselor after a lengthy chase through the whispering trees.

On the canvas, Jason stands tall with a machete raised high. His figure is outlined in subdued blues, almost blending with the silent night, while pink and purple neon lights cascade beside him, creating an unexpected, yet haunting glow in the background. It’s a precarious dance between the serene and the violent, the dark and the light.

As I dipped my brush, I could almost hear the soft footfalls of the counselor on the damp earth, the rapid breaths escaping from their lips. There was a distance, yards and yards, covered in desperation and fear, but Jason was relentless. With every stroke, I captured the inevitability of their encounter, the crescendo of their nocturnal symphony.

This piece isn’t just about the horror, the impending strike of the machete. It’s also about the eerie silence of the forest, the unseen eyes watching, the glow that seems otherworldly. It tells a tale of a chilling chase that unfolded under the watchful moon, a narrative of Friday the 13th that many know, yet seen through a different, more intimate lens. Each hue, each stroke was a whisper of the story unfolding in the shadows, the silent scream reverberating through the canvas.

With “Luminous Neon Fury”, I attempted to seize that fragile moment right before the storm, the quiet breath before the plunge, the soft glow preceding the fury. It’s a visual narrative encapsulating not just fear, but also the mesmerizing dance of lights in the dark, the allure and trepidation intertwined in the dead of night.

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Digital Download - Instant gratification! Have the file available to you at checkout in 5 different aspect ratios!

Pearl Linen Postcard - This 3.5"x5" postcard is printed on linen, creating a almost canvas appearance. Between the linen weaves are pearlescent clusters, which increase the contrast of the art.

Holographic Poster - Printed on 8.5"x11" heavy duty card stock, these posters are dipped in holographic foil prior to printing. This enhances all of the darker tones in each painting (especially the line art), bringing subtle shards of iridescent colors when hit with direct light.

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