What strikes me right off the bat looking at this series by Maroto is the design of each of the images. How the forms and forces are interacting with each other. It's very strange and unique. The paint application could be traced back to to the typical sources: Frazetta and then further to other masters of Art History. The color palettes are strong and make sense within color theory. But the way the images are composed and the subjects are balanced across the canvas is very unusual. Each one is distinct. The only pattern is that they're all very unorthodox. I wonder if this was intentional or if this is just what's logical only to Maroto.