#Art of Fantasy 132: Pablo Marcos Ortega

I'm visiting a golden oldy this week, mostly because it's been a horror of a week and I find myself lamenting heroes from my youth. I am not so naïve to think I'd be able to recapture that old magic. No, not at all. Though my eyes are older and my mind harder I still have … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 132: Pablo Marcos Ortega

#Art of Fantasy 130: Alex Brock

My artist this week is yet another with a unique style, both in terms of composition and tone. Alex Brock hails from Tucson in the US and works as a freelance artist. His art explores the nature of dreams, imagination, and the personal connection he has with the world. Alex taps into the hidden, surrealistic beauty … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 130: Alex Brock

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 on Hiatus This Week

#Art of Fantasy is on hiatus this week due to looming deadlines. We are hard at work on Interspecies: Volume 2, and the first drafts of our stories are due next week. I'll have the regular art post ready for you next week but for this week I leave you with a painting by Mist … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy on Hiatus This Week

#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 119: Chris Cold

My Art of Fantasy artist this week paints with darkness and brings to life stories from the world below where nameless creatures of forgotten lore dwell. They seek liberation, these vile beasts from the Void. They want to enter the light and stain it with their rot. Beware! Digital painter, Chris Cold lives in Los … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 119: Chris Cold

#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