I'm having challenging time lately finding the best composition for my landscape artwork. Perhaps I've been spoiled or tainted by my arch/viz career, where an image always has a center of interest (such as a bathroom vanity or kitchen sink area), and is always rendered for print at 11x8.5 ratios...
But I feel the need to delve into more panoramic renders for my personal artwork, and find it a bit frustrating to decide on and implement focal points. I've read up on tradition landscape composition techniques; maybe I'm just trying to cram too much into my scenes?
Anyway, I'll be posting up some recent works-in-progress for you all to criti
I have Been Chosen for the Wheel of Time Calendar!
Last year, the author of "The Wheel of Time", Robert Jordan, hosted a fan-art calendar contest for the 2009 Wheel of Time Calendar. He was very sick and wanted the proceeds to go towards research into his disease type, amyloidosis. He had no illusions about outliving this precarious disease, and indeed left us in September...
He is greatly and sorely missed, as is the final book for his series entitled "A Memory of Light", which he left unfinished and has since been taken up by his wife and Brandon Sanderson, a prolific fantasy author and friend.
I have the honor of having been selected by a panel of judges and finally by Mr. Jordan himse
Another year to congratulate you, to wish you joy and fun in your birthday, you receive the warmth and affection of everyone you love, you have gifts that the best is still life and share it. You give your dreams and illusions. Get fondly many kisses as do years!