#Art of Fantasy 127: Zezhou Chen

I'm still battling the flu but I'm getting there. Apparently, New Zealand has been hit with a vicious strain and a lot of people, from what I can tell, had to go on another course of antibiotics. I haven't done so myself yet and don't think I will. I have done the one course and … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 127: Zezhou Chen

#Art of Fantasy 86: Tyler Jacobson

I first saw Tyler Jacobson's art on the cover of Beyond the Pool of Stars, a Pathfinder Tales novel by Howard Andrew Jones. A few days ago on his blog, Howard mentioned that Tyler won the 2016 Chesley Award for Best Cover Illustration for that same novel. So, in celebration of the win and because on closer inspection I … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 86: Tyler Jacobson

#Art of Fantasy 82: Richard Wright

From studio artist to freelance illustrator, matte painter, and concept designer, UK artist Richard Wright has worked on projects for Blizzard Entertainment, Games Workshop, Wizards of the Coast's Magic: The Gathering, and the World of Warcraft. And, as you'll soon see, his fantasy worlds are sublime. Below is a small sampling of his awesome work. Each image links back to … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 82: Richard Wright

#Art of Fantasy 69: Lucas Graciano

Today there be dragons-a-plenty. Lucas Graciano is a multi-award winning artist from Oceanside in the US. He started in the video game industry as a visual development artist and developed over time into an accomplished illustrator. As a freelance artist, he focusses primarily on fantasy illustration and book covers, card art, and other promotional works for … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 69: Lucas Graciano

#Art of Fantasy 66: Josu Hernaiz

I've been meaning to showcase this artist for a while now. Normally I look for gritty warriors and monsters and fantastic worlds, but every now and again I'll find someone whose talent is so extraordinary, so captivating, it forces you to take note and I think today's artist is just such a candidate. Josu Hernaiz is … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 66: Josu Hernaiz

#Art of Fantasy 61: Brad Rigney

Brad Rigney, also known as Cryptcrawler, is a freelance concept artist and yes, he'll knock your socks off or send a chill down your spine, or both, and in that order. Brad worked on Halo Reach and Halo Cost, Magic the Gathering, and Legend of the Cryptids as you'll obviously see from some of the … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 61: Brad Rigney

#Art of Fantasy 58: Clint Cearley

We're entering awesome territory again this week. Not that last week wasn't awesome, of course. That post just explored a nostalgic-like angle to fantasy art, but this week we are back to magic beasts and supernatural creatures and shining warriors clad in gold with magnificent swords and more. I want to introduce you to Clint Cearley, … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 58: Clint Cearley