Well, 2016 is almost over and it has been a great year - and a not so great one.
About average, right?
For my part, Deviant Art has proved to be a brilliant source of inspiration and creativity. I have found the site a wellspring of interest - and each new visit seems to offer new ideas.
I'm not an artist. I do art, but I'm a business analyst and a writer before I'm an artist. DA lets me see art to aspire to. It offers a window on the true artists, those who have spent the time to develop their expertise and potential.
I had a CORE membership this year to support the great work this site does. It provides portfolio and forum for so many g
The game Symbaroum explores the relationship of humanity with the Fae. The Elvenkind seek understanding of humanity by kidnapping their babes from the cradle and, in return, placing their own kind, the Changelings. The babies grow up amongst the Elve ... https://www.deviantart.com/axreb/art/Forest-647102471
I find myself constantly in search of the perfect vision of something I haven't seen. I find myself on the lookout for a figure or form that I hope exists outside my mind, beyond my narrow personal range of perception.
Since I started writing my own game material based on the works of the writer H P Lovecraft, I have been in search of artists who share my visions of what his creations might look like. With so many manufactured, nigh on industrial-scale producers of imagery in the market, creating games based on templates and common visions established 30 or more years ago, it's tough; tough to find those willing to go back to the source for