#Art of Fantasy 14: Alex Horley

Alex Horley is an artist, illustrator, painter, comic book artist and concept artist. I found the following from his bio on his website: His real name is Alessandro Orlandelli and he was born in the small town of Opera in the outskirts of Milan Italy.  His love for the fantastic came early while reading his favorite Marvel … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 14: Alex Horley

#Art of Fantasy 9: Ken Kelly

The featured artist today is Ken Kelly--another legend and longstayer in the sword and sorcery and heroic fantasy subgenres. You'll note a familiarity between his style and that of Frank Frazetta's. Kelly studied under Frazetta, you see, and it shows. Kelly has been in the business for well over 30 years, specifically in painting book covers, … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 9: Ken Kelly

#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