Posts Tagged ‘fantasy’

Heather Hudson Interview Part 3

This is the conclusion of a three-part interview with artist Heather Hudson. Tell us a little about working in the gaming industry. Things have changed in the tabletop fantasy game industry since I started illustrating for it back in the 90s, and I can’t say I’ve been very active there for the last few years, so…

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Heather Hudson Interview Part 2

This is the second of a three-part interview with artist Heather Hudson. The feature in its entirety can be seen throughout the month of March via the Featured Artist link.  © Heather Hudson Please tell us a bit about your general work process. I’ve been thinking about that a bit recently as I make the transition from…

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Heather Hudson Interview Part 1

This is the first of a three-part interview with artist Heather Hudson. The feature in its entirety can be seen throughout the month of March via the Featured Artist link.  © Heather Hudson Heather Hudson’s art is a delightfully surreal blend of the beautiful and the beastly, a world where fairies inhabit the light and Cthulhu…

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Adventures in Dragon Making, Part 3

My first two experiences with these three-dimensional dragons was so much fun that I wanted to take the process another step forward. I was inspired while wandering a convention and seeing all of the wonderful costumes and props that were all around me, and since my experiences with Worbla began as specifically cosplay-related material it…

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Adventures in Dragon Making, Part 2

The results of my first attempt at sculpting dragons were encouraging enough and fun enough that I thought I’d have another go at it. My second foray into the world of dragon-making was based on this image, which I’d painted a while before: Incidentally, this image was originally inspired by a photo that was taken…

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Dragon Making, Part 1

Having done a number of cosplay-realted projects with a material called Worbla, I wanted to try making a straight sculpture with it. Worbla is a material that comes in sheets and when heated becomes sticky and plyable, like modeling clay, then becomes strong and hard when it cools down. Earlier in the year I had…

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Remembering Rachel

This is a tribute to a good friend who I never met face to face. She would have been 45 on November 12 and we lost her suddenly five years ago today. When I was first fumbling around on the internet, circa 1998-2001 I spent a lot of time on a group of forums mostly devoted to Tori…

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The Harp Twins Interview (Part 3)

This is the conclusion of a three-part feature, the interview in its entirety can be found throughout the month of September via the Featured Artist link to the right. You have also done a good bit of acting work, can tell us a bit about that? We’ve done some acting work for commercials and films. We think we…

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The Harp Twins Interview (Part 2)

This is the second of a three-part feature, the interview in its entirety can be found throughout the month of September via the Featured Artist link to the right. Please tell us a bit about your general work process. We always start our creative process by listening to the song we’re going to arrange again and again. We…

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The Harp Twins Interview (Part 1)

Camille & Kennerly Kitt, known collectively as the Harp Twins, are definitely two of a kind. In fact they are currently the world’s the only known professional harp playing identical twins. With their immense popularity, personal charm and dedication to their many fans, they are also spearheading a small phenomenon, which they have dubbed the…

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