On My Nightstand

In the spirit of blogging more often I'm sharing a snapshot of my nightstand as it looks now. I'm way behind on my reading. I'm not even going to mention what's waiting for me on my kindle. I allow the books to pile up as a reminder that I have things to read. I love reading … Continue reading On My Nightstand

#Art of Fantasy 113: Bogdan Rezunenko

Bogdan Rezunenko lives in Saint-Petersburg, Russia and is a freelancer. At some stage, he worked as an artist for Pathfinder. That is it. No other information exist that I can find. So, we know Bogdan is a freelance artist. We don't know what informs his creativity or what inspires him. His work is awesome, though, and … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 113: Bogdan Rezunenko

Obscure Tales: Lugh, High King of Ireland

"On northern islands of the earth there were tribes of the goddess Danu and there they comprehended knowledge, magic, knowledge of druids, charms and other secrets. In four cities they comprehended knowledge, secret knowledge, devil craft - Faliase and Goriase, Muriase and Findiase. From Falias they brought Lia Fal that was then in Tara. He … Continue reading Obscure Tales: Lugh, High King of Ireland

#Art of Fantasy 112: Mariusz Kozik

Technically not fantasy but today's artist is so talented and his art so photorealistic, I felt like I had to share.  Mariusz Kozik lives in Lublin, Poland and works as a freelance artist and illustrator. He is classically trained and his work shows it. His art has been exhibited widely in Poland and he has … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 112: Mariusz Kozik

Obscure Tales: The Apkallu

Welcome to the first installment of my new weekly series, "Obscure Tales." Each week I'll delve deep into obscure folktales and mythologies from cultures across the spectrum. I'll explore stories that are not so mainstream and I'll show how they overlap and that somehow there is a golden thread that ties each one to the other. … Continue reading Obscure Tales: The Apkallu

#Art of Fantasy 110: Grzesiek Przybyś

A concept artist, illustrator and Co-founder of Division 48 studio, Grzesiek Przybyś lives in Wrocław, Poland. He began his career as a concept artist for Techland in 2007 and has worked on projects such as "Call of Jaurez: Bound in Blood", "Dead Island" and "Call of Juarez: The Cartel". With his brother, Marcin, he cofounded Division 48 … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 110: Grzesiek Przybyś

Blogging and Writing and Polling

As mentioned in an earlier post, I'm at a crossroads again with my blog. I'm still happy with the exterior but the interior, the posts, I think, have reached a plateau in terms of excitement. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy posting "#Art of Fantasy" and I'm not planning to stop anytime soon. Staying with this … Continue reading Blogging and Writing and Polling