‘A dragon nesting’.
A recently released image from Trollwatch International (trollwatch.com.au)
Digitally restored from the original 30,000 year old rock art is this rare example of troll art from Northern Australia. Found high in a long forgotten cave, this is a perfect example of ‘post-human’ troll art. Before the advent of the aborigines into Australia some 60,000 years ago, troll art was either non existent or extremely primitive. The ancient aboriginal artists obviously had a profound effect on the cave painting trolls who borrowed heavily from their ideas to produce art that was usually stylistically inferior and patently less dynamic but as equally long lasting.