Thursday, 1 November 2012
Thursday, 12 July 2012
Thursday, 5 April 2012
I have had the privilege of having concept designs that I have created for a games project, turned into 3D models by Marc Hermitte and I hope that one day in the not so near future, more of my work will go through the 3D process via this talented 3D modeller, animator and artist. But, there is a great deal more to Marc than 3D work. He paints, writes and teaches and has had an interesting career that spans many media outputs.
Thursday, 1 March 2012
|Featuring Chet Zar, Paul Kidby, Mike Corriero, Alex Ruiz, Nathan Spoor and John Howe|
Why do you do what you do? It is a question I have been asking myself quite a bit recently, not knowing fully where I want to go with my own art or why I even do it in the first place. I have been asking myself this and, this month, I asked 6 other top artists that very question and here I present their answers.
A big thank you to the contributors of this article.
Thursday, 2 February 2012
Simon Sherry was brought up on the same sort of things that I was and as a result, creates art work that I absolutely love. Dark, edgy and not without humor, Simon mixes mediums to create his striking art and has a style that lends itself well to the comic and pop surreal genres.
Friday, 20 January 2012
Some say that a sequel to a film is never as good as its first but there are cases where the 2nd film in a movie franchise far surpasses the original. Films like Terminator 2 or Aliens for instance.
Well, for the 2nd year in a row, surrealist painter of the dark, Chet Zar, has put his curator hat on, picked up the sculpting trow and organised another sculpture orientated art show at the Copro Gallery in California. Last year was Conjoined in 3D. This year: Conjoined 2 in 3D.
Thursday, 5 January 2012
Nathan Spoor is an incredibly prolific and original artist and painter. He creates such vast and vivid landscapes and brings to life the wonder, splendor and majesty of such sublime dream worlds. Added to this, he is a deep thinker and has a creative process I have never encountered before, in that he 'converses' with his creations.