#Art of Fantasy 15: Kerem Beyit

Kerem Beyit is an award-winning artist from Turkey who, like Alex Horley, became interested in art because of the comic books he read. Frazetta and Brom served as his primary inspiration and because he is self-taught, for Kerem, they were also his teachers, guiding him through his own process of maturity. Not unlike a writer reading … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 15: Kerem Beyit

#Art of Fantasy 7: Boris Vallejo

Something different today. Or maybe not so different. I first saw Boris Vallejo's art on the covers of my Tarzan books. I was in my early teens, I think--maybe younger, and those covers sold the books for me. I loved the smooth, clean lines Valejo used in his action scenes. He made it look so … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 7: Boris Vallejo

#Art of Fantasy 1

I wish to take my blog to the next level this year. What do I mean by this? Well, I want to blog more frequently for starters, which I've already started doing, and I want to introduce new themes. I'd like to add interviews and reviews as regular features along with my own babbling on the … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 1