We're going into a different direction this week. Meet Nekro. He calls himself a digital alchemist and hails from Spain. A digital artist with a unique eye and style, Nekro's creations stand out for their desaturated color compositions and baroque designs. It comes as no surprise after viewing his art to learn that his work is … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 108: Nekro
Babylon’s Song is Done!
The above image is a small strip I cut from our cover for Interspecies. It's a teaser of what's to come. Remember last year when I did a blog post on Kōsa Press titled, The Magnificently Dark Piofoks, in which I showcased our cover artist's talent? Well, this is part of that beautiful and awesome cover he made … Continue reading Babylon’s Song is Done!
Interviewing The Collective SF: Xavier Granville
I have interviewed people in my professional capacity as a lawyer and I have given author interviews about my work, but I have never interviewed another author or artist for my blog or anywhere else for that matter. Of course, I've toyed with the idea and I may have mentioned it once or twice on … Continue reading Interviewing The Collective SF: Xavier Granville
#Art of Fantasy 26: Amanda Sartor
A.M.Sartor is a freelance illustrator from Seattle, WA. Although traditionally trained as a children's book illustrator, she has several game credits on her resumé. According to Sartor, her style is 'greatly influenced by works from the Golden Age of Illustration, Ukiyo-e, and contemporary pop surrealism.' She uses a mix of traditional and digital media and … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 26: Amanda Sartor