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Tyler Wintermute’s Sci-Fi Visions

Self-admittedly obsessed with detail, Tyler Wintermute creates complex illustrations that are dense and action-packed enough to fill an entire graphic novel. His painstaking creative process involves multiple layers of traditional and digital media. Dim, colored light fills each busy composition, giving his otherworldly pieces a sci-fi feel. Voyeuristic, erotic fantasies pervades his work, as many of his unsuspecting protagonists are casually caught in the nude, unaware of the viewer's gaze. But some of Wintermute's other works turn up the adrenaline, giving the viewer a glimpse at fights and supernatural creatures that undoubtedly come from a cinematic imagination.

Self-admittedly obsessed with detail, Tyler Wintermute creates complex illustrations that are dense and action-packed enough to fill an entire graphic novel. His painstaking creative process involves multiple layers of traditional and digital media. Dim, colored light fills each busy composition, giving his otherworldly pieces a sci-fi feel. Voyeuristic, erotic fantasies pervades his work, as many of his unsuspecting protagonists are casually caught in the nude, unaware of the viewer’s gaze. But some of Wintermute’s other works turn up the adrenaline, giving the viewer a glimpse at fights and supernatural creatures that undoubtedly come from a cinematic imagination.

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