The Trinity Test, 1945 in progress

I’ve been slowly working on The Trinity Test, 1945 in the studio for the last month. I’m probably about a third of the way through it. It’s a pixilated painting of the mannequins used for the first atomic bomb test. The mannequins were used to study the effects of the atomic fallouts on humans. I like how it looks like a normal family sitting around a dining room table casually conversing. Here is my progress and the pixilated photograph.

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