The biggest influence for these were the etchings of Willem Den Ouden. This Dutch artist has an amazing series of studies of what appear to be sky-landscapes. For the presentation art, I used his prints as placement backgrounds in the images of the levitating soldier and the german looking out across the field. Here are a few pure, unadulterated Den Ouden prints.
The other images feature dramatic washes by my friend, Iandry, who contributed to this film in a big way. He can pretty much do it all. It's just black ink on paper and he's made this very elusive, atmospheric effect that is just perfect. These are just a few of the paintings he created.
I would be remiss not to show you at least one image by Iandry. I am sure I will post many more in the future, but for now, here is one of my favorites, a linocut titled "Kalangita".