Ever since I began my interest in fantasy/horror/science fiction art I have loved pouring through the art books on artists. Not only was it nice to have many of their pieces in one convenient collection, but I also enjoyed reading their words and getting more insight about their creative sides. I thought it would be nice to one day have a book of my own. Self publishing seems easier than ever before, it feels like a good time to work on a book which covers my 25 years of illustrating the imagined world of H.P. Lovecraft. A lot of my illustrations had been printed on less than desirable paper, especially for my greyscale w
I've just had a very interesting experience!
As some know, I tend to not gravitate towards technology (says the guy typing this on his computer), though I appreciate and of course use technology I tend to prefer the more 'old world' approaches when it comes to my art. Heck, I still don't even have a cell phone! Up to this point I would include the world of laser cut items as something which tends to not grab my attention... but this is now changed. Diego Scaglia Rat ( http://www.engraversdungeon.com/ ) is an artist from Spain who has been pushing the envelope regarding the world of lasered wood art, for some time now he has been exploring
A blast from the past!! One of the very first (if not the first) role playing games I made art for is coming back for a third edition. Don't Look Back was a very well received horror game which focuses more on the storytelling aspects than heavy game mechanics, the style of horror is cinematic and often likened to the X-Files. I came in during the making of the second edition, as it was some of my first illustration and published art it was a very exciting time to say the least!
A Kickstarter campaign has just opened to fund a new edition https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/606713165/dont-look-back-paranormal-conspiracy-horror-role-p I