#Art of Fantasy 27: Svetlin Velinov

Today's artist hails from Bulgaria. Svetlin Velinov is a freelance illustrator and concept artist who has done work for companies such as Wizards of the Coast, Phoenix Age and Applibot. His style, in my opinion, captures the essence of fantasy and I especially like the gritty lines and dark colors. He is exceptionally strong on creature design … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 27: Svetlin Velinov

#Art of Fantasy 25: Viktor Titov

Viktor Titov is a concept artist and illustrator based in Voronezh, Russia. He is co-founder of Grafit Studio, an outsourcing company specialising in concept art, illustrations and marketing-advertising products. Viktor uses mostly digital paint as medium and there is a classic, almost fine art style to his work. Adding fantasy as subject matter, his paintings are … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 25: Viktor Titov

#Art of Fantasy 12: Justin Sweet

I discovered Justin Sweet's work by accident a couple of years ago. I don't remember how it happened, what site I browsed or which piece specifically enamored me--it happened too long ago--but I am a dear fan. Somehow the darkness in his paintings attracted me, still do, actually, but for me it is a mixture of sorrow … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 12: Justin Sweet

#Art of Fantasy 8: Terese Nielsen

I am late this week. I've been working on the first draft of a story that had to get finished this week and I just finished it. It's a short story that became a novella by accident. It's a novella that wants to be a novel. Time will tell whether this ambitious story will get … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 8: Terese Nielsen