God’s Sword

Under a long day, equivalent to 5 earth days, God shines so bright that the dark gray humanoids can only glimpse the two swords he holds protectively over their beautiful world. It’s only during sunset they see one sword clearly, and when darkness falls, they sense the dark trail of evil that God has in his power. The nights when both of God’s spirits servants are up in the sky, it’s time to praise their creator. They dance with symbolic swords raised over a bonfire when both of God’s swords points at the stars. No one is greater, and no one is more powerful than the holy light that has created and protects all life. It’s an honor to come here to this solar system and experience this sight, where we have fortified ourselves safely up in a lush hill. Medium: A combination of gouache painting, acrylic air brush and digital work.

Published by

Einar Charles Larsen

My interest in science started when I was five, when I found a science book soaked with rain water in the forest. I dreamed to be an AstroArt artist since childhood, but I live in a monetary world where money is needed to live. AstroArt didn’t seem like the best business then, so I opted to the next best thing, use my artistic talents on graphic services for advertisement. Now, many years later, I feel that it's time to pay attention to my true passion, where I feel more at home. Creating Astroarts and share it to the world to inspire others to learn more about the landscape beyond our cosmic home, the Earth. I wrote the book “Mr. Nobrain and the Environment” for the same reason. I'm a perfectionist, born before high-tech cell phones was out in the market but nowadays I enjoy a bit of modern lifestyle by spending time in the internet and hanging out in social media whenever possible.

This artwork is copyright © Einar Charles Larsen. All rights reserved.