#Art of Fantasy 128: Sam Carr

Apologies for my recent absence. For some reason Winter this year in New Zealand decided it wanted to take revenge on me for all those years I never got sick. I've been in a sorry state for over a month. It started with influenza and ended with a trachea infection. I went through two courses … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 128: Sam Carr

#Art of Fantasy 124: Piotr Jabłoński

And #Art of Fantasy is back this week! I have a sneaking suspicion that I like artists from Poland. I feature a lot of them, unintended, of course. But as I look at those previous entries, I find the art similar in tone. Dark and atmospheric and in some cases seemingly inspired by nightmares. And … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 124: Piotr Jabłoński

#Art of Fantasy 67: James Zapata

James Zapata is an illustrator and concept artist from Brooklyn and has done work for Blizzard Entertainment, Wizards of the Coast, Telltale Games, Guerrilla Games, Passion Pictures NYC, Nathan Love, Applibot, and Games Workshop. Below is a small sampling of his portfolio. Each image links back to the gallery of origin. Enjoy! James' work is … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 67: James Zapata

#Art of Fantasy 63: Christoph Peters Von Sperling

I have another wonderful artist for you today. Christoph Peters Von Sperling hails from Chile and is one of those artists that make you swivel your head every time you see his work. Below is a small sampling of Christoph's work. Each image links back to the gallery of origin. Enjoy! In retrospect, "wonderful" might be … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 63: Christoph Peters Von Sperling

#Art of Fantasy 61: Brad Rigney

Brad Rigney, also known as Cryptcrawler, is a freelance concept artist and yes, he'll knock your socks off or send a chill down your spine, or both, and in that order. Brad worked on Halo Reach and Halo Cost, Magic the Gathering, and Legend of the Cryptids as you'll obviously see from some of the … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 61: Brad Rigney

#Art of Fantasy 58: Clint Cearley

We're entering awesome territory again this week. Not that last week wasn't awesome, of course. That post just explored a nostalgic-like angle to fantasy art, but this week we are back to magic beasts and supernatural creatures and shining warriors clad in gold with magnificent swords and more. I want to introduce you to Clint Cearley, … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 58: Clint Cearley

#Art of Fantasy 53: Bayard Wu

Bayard Wu is a professional illustrator and concept artist from China and he impresses the hell out of me. In fact, he just jumped to my top ten list of awesome artists I wouldn't mind working with, and you can see why. Vivid colors, sharp composition, smooth textures, and amazing detail all contribute to what … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 53: Bayard Wu