The original painting is in vivid color. This is a black and white version presented for variety. A lot of my fans and appreciators like my work for it’s shape, pattern and tone attributes alone, so I’ve decided to make a series of my watercolor paintings as B&W versions.
The watercolor painting “Axion of Evil” was created by JeffJag in 2008. I photographed the making of this painting and sequenced the images as a time-lapse animation. You can view the making of this painting in the YouTube video here. Originally, the painting was named “Axion of Evil” to refer to the hypothetical particle the Axion:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Axion , but somewhere along the way, I typed “Axiom,” which is also a word. That stuck for a while. Years later I noticed the error and the painting is now correctly named.
The painting was created on hot press watercolor paper using Dr. Ph. Martin’s Radiant Concentrated Watercolors.