Alamo – After The Fall

(How it looked in 1836 “After The Fall”)

by John Robert Beck

This art was created in 2011. The art is what the Alamo probably looked after the 13 day siege in 1836.

ARTIST NOTE: In this art, I did extensive research as to how the Alamo looked at the time of the famous battle. This rendering, I believe is pretty close to how things may have looked. Fractals were added over the Alamo to give it a “ghostly” feel. The famous “hump” on the Alamo was not there at the time of the battle, nor were the windows on the Left and Right upper sides. – J.B.

There are two versions of this art, rectangular or square

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Here is a video “the making of” of this art.