Grim Artist Represented:
Joshua 'The Triumvirate' Dsiorpov [link]Featured Technique:
Drawing-Writing-Painting-Crafts Aesthetics Collaboration, Tres Alas Gemstone Supremacy: A method that is becoming more and more common within the Grim Renaissance. It is one that imbues his sketchbook with a specific style using colored stones to represent what he has in mind. Different artists have different takes on which colors represent which. Some feel that White should be lightning, some say that Lime should represent Wind, and so on. Josh's color palette isn't too complicated, but it is vast; he hasn't even thought up names or functions for all the shades and hues he can produce.
- Josh's Gemstone Supremacy is special in that he can hand control of his book to either Azrael, Michael or Rafael, sometimes even allowing them to share one or multiple copies of Tres Alas. That action of allowing one's creations to use Grim Devices is extremely rare, due to Prerogative issues, and it is said that Josh's Winged Dominations can use Tres Alas monumentally better than he ever could hope to.
- One of the modes that Tres Alas can engage is the Black Onyx Book for Darkness-based and Disabling-oriented summons, moves, effects and constructs.
- Another one is the White Marble Book for Light-based + Augmenting-oriented summons, moves, effects and constructs.
- If he is in the mood, Josh goes for the Grey Hematite Book for Metal-based, Offensive-fortification summons, moves, effects and constructs.Random Quote:
"I am not a trinity; I am not three persons in one. I am a state governed by three different forces. I am myself, individual and separate, but it just so happens that three other Dominions can influence my own."If he/she chose a Theme Song:
Abeyance, by Mark Petrie [link]