Inspired by Gulliver's Travels through Castle In the Sky, along with the Central Coast of California where my wife and I like to visit.
Trees are native Monterey Cypresses, flowers are invasive Sea Figs. Architecture is meant to evoke a "Victorian Hacienda," blending the two predominant styles of the region. Geometry is impossible, but I feel like that kinda goes with the reference material.
This is also a continuation of a series of experiments with larger clusters, in which the majority of the piece is worked with a 2x2 brush, single pixels are avoided entirely, and single-pixel-wide marks are avoided where possible. It has some interesting consequences, like eliminating antialiasing and encouraging more sculptural forms. I wouldn't go so far as to say I prefer it to other approaches, but I'm enjoying it insofar as it is breathing new life into a medium I had otherwise hit a wall with.