American artist Erin Kelso, aka Bluefooted, calls herself a poor student and non-professional artist on her Deviant Art profile. And yet, while researching this wonderfully mysterious artist, I found mentioned in two other articles that she has a Ph.D. in Evolutionary Biology and a Master's in Zoology. I get the feeling she is one of those … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 51: Bluefooted (Erin Kelso)
I have another unique artist for you today. Peter Mohrbacher is an independent illustrator and concept artist living in the Chicago area. He works primarily on self-owned projects in addition to some freelance work. Peter previously worked in the gaming industry for years before he decided to devote all his time to a personal project called, Angelarium. … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 41: Peter Mohrbacher
A while ago I briefly mentioned that Woelf Dietrich is a pen name. I took it from Wolfdietrich who is a German hero of romance. I thought it apt given my primary writing interest. Also, there is a hotel by the same name in Austria, but that is another story. I discovered the history behind Wolfdietrich … Continue reading The Meaning Behind The Name Woelf Dietrich
It is normally chaotic in the mornings here, but this morning progressed into a completely alternate reality. My daughter had a friend sleep over because, you know, it was her birthday yesterday, and Vanesse had to prepare for her trip to Europe, so this morning felt like a star going supernova. Why you ask? My wife is, as … Continue reading Bullies and Seals Discounted!
I have something different for you today. I don't know Yoann Lossel, but I did mention previously I wanted to feature young and up-and-coming artists. I discovered this artist by chance while browsing my Tumblr feed. All I know is he is French and a professional artist. What drew me to his work is the … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 20: Yoann Lossel
I want to update you guys on the projects I'm busy with this year, which I haven't really done, apart from cryptic mentions here and there. Last year I wrote a proposal for a game I called, "The Dead God". I based the premise on Slavic lore and it featured a hero named Krakus, veteran … Continue reading “The Dead God” and Other Updates