The nice thing about Dystopic Landscapes is that you can easily put one together and have something nice looking without having to think too hard. You mostly need some basic composition and afterwards you can let your imagination run wild. By their nature these types of landscapes present a world that has fallen to ruin, so you’re free to go crazy with your brushstrokes and treat mistakes like crumbled cement and rubble. It’s the perfect kind of messy playground that doesn’t stress me out too much but still (hopefully) acts as good practice for more polished material. This is definitely not done yet, so expect a finished version in the weeks to come.