Another legend who requires no introduction and whose work will forever populate the halls of nostalgia is British artist and illustrator, Peter Andrew Jones. His illustrious career spanned 40-plus years, during which time he produced a massive number of fantasy and science fiction illustrations for books, magazines, and movies. Peter continues to receive commissions still … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 97(Legends): Peter Andrew Jones
#TheDeadGod There once lived a dragon named Smok in a cave deep inside a hill–or, if you prefer, a small mountain, although “a large hill” is probably closer to the truth–who found sustenance in sheep and virgins, and when there were no more virgins, peasants from a nearby village tasted just fine, though they lacked the richness and splendor of chaste flesh...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgclvkTv4Ps I've done a strange thing. I've been thinking for a while now of getting my own Patreon page, so two days ago I began compiling one, writing soberly about my intentions with the page, about my lack of time due to factors most of us struggle with, and my aim to complete all my … Continue reading Help Me Unleash My Stories
Frank Frazetta once called Jeffrey Catherine Jones "the greatest living painter". Jones, who achieved fame simply as Jeff Jones, was an American artist who created over a hundred iconic book covers during the 70s. She was also a particularly talented Fine Art artist as you'll see when you follow the links. Jones is one of those artists … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 19: Jeffrey Catherine Jones
I wrote a quick review after I finished Sword in the Storm by David Gemmell. I pretty much read it in one long sitting over the weekend. Yes, there were many interruptions, but not enough to disqualify it as one sitting. My Kindle barely left my hands. As it was on my Kindle I got the … Continue reading Review: Sword in the Storm by David Gemmell