#Art of Fantasy 127: Zezhou Chen

I'm still battling the flu but I'm getting there. Apparently, New Zealand has been hit with a vicious strain and a lot of people, from what I can tell, had to go on another course of antibiotics. I haven't done so myself yet and don't think I will. I have done the one course and … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 127: Zezhou Chen

#Art of Fantasy 126: Choi Yongjae

Life has been stranger than normal. This week we had a meme war between CNN and the rest of the Internet, which is still ongoing, triggered by CNN's pitiful display of bullishness and complete lack of self-awareness. It resulted in #CNNBlackmail trending on Twitter for a day or so. I'll be honest, I enjoyed it. … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 126: Choi Yongjae

Art of Fantasy 125: Jorge Benedito

Who is Jorge Benedito? I don't rightly know. I know he is from Spain and that he is the Lead Artist of a game development company, possibly MercurySteam. I know that his work on Castlevania received critical acclaim. Castlevania is a multi-generational video game series developed and published by Konami. The franchise was first released … Continue reading Art of Fantasy 125: Jorge Benedito

#Art of Fantasy 123: Carlos Quevedo

I thought I'd shake things up a bit this week, given how wayward May had been and given the peculiar whispers about June. I have previously featured an artist who combines different mediums to create a hybrid type of art. Back then I stated I am not a fan of photoshopped "fantasy" save for a … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 123: Carlos Quevedo

#Art of Fantasy 122: Remko Troost

Today I want to introduce you to the Canadian artist, Remko Troost. Remko is a veteran in the games industry with over 15 years of making great art. He is a Senior Concept Artist at Ubisoft Montreal and has worked on projects like Far Cry 3, Assassin’s Creed III and Assassin’s Creed Unity, and a host of other … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 122: Remko Troost

#Art of Fantasy 121: Nuare Studio

Instead of a single artist, I am showcasing a studio of artists this week. I don't know the circumstances of their formation but it happened in 2006. I can only imagine that it's not unlike a group of authors combining their powers in a joint effort to harness the power of their creativity and function … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 121: Nuare Studio

#Art of Fantasy 117: Noah Bradley

I not sure whether my mood influenced my choice of artist for this week. I suspect it may be a contributing factor. The last two weeks have been rough. Really rough. And then two days ago I learned Babylon's Song has been shortlisted for New Zealand's Sir Julius Vogel Award. I'm an outsider, a relative … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 117: Noah Bradley