Jelly limbs, distorted forms, and pixilated monsters are at the centre of his work. Using living elements to dispense realism, the imagery featured often replicates ordinary objects. Having the ability to control and manipulate them in a 3D space, Pascale contrasts human and horror, making hybrid animations. Carrying an interest in simulation-driven work, he creates a digital realm comprised of ‘monster-people hybrids.’ From his sketchbook to the digital world, his work comes as an extension of his creature-like illustrations combined with experimental 3D contortion.
The artist’s use of humour plays a pivotal role in the majority of his work. Intrigued by the haphazard and unpredictable results of his work, he finds humour in the darker spaces of his pieces. Exploring unique ways of distorting the human form, he experiments with an artificial creation of bodies, challenging the notion of portrayal and perceptions of form. Having always been fascinated with the different ways to distort the human body through digital art, Pascale’s work functions as an escape from reality. Read on as he takes us through the alternate world he has created.