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Alan Lee, Battle, Bryan Choi, dangerous woman, Digital art, Erica Carson, Fantasy, Fantasy illustration, fantasy woman, Frank Frazetta, Frazetta, illustration, KeithDraws, Peter A. Jones, post apocalyptic, science fantasy, science Fiction, strong woman, strong women, Todd Lockwood
Women with complex backgrounds and motivations, who are determined to achieve their goals. Set in an utterly convincing world engaged in wars and power struggles, magical powers and weaponry salvaged from a bygone higher tech age, the tension and excitement of these books is incredible.
Once again you can probably see the influence of Frank Frazetta and Todd Lockwood, as well as Alan Lee and Peter A. Jones.
When I read this book I soon realized I was faced with depicting the two main characters from entirely different backgrounds, who found themselves at the very bottom of society in what seems like a hopeless situation, facing the loss of everything they ever knew. Not only this, but they also find themselves hunted by the powerful red mages. Somehow they connect and with their own special skills are able to help one another face the future and attempt to rise above their awful circumstances.
All of this is what I needed to convey with my cover. So I’ve created a piece that shows the three main protagonists, the threat and the connection, and I’ve added subtle hints about the kind of magic “the “magic eater” feeds on in the title, as well as other hints about the characters and their circumstances, all with the intention of creating the question “what happens next?”
It was a great challenge.
The book is available on Amazon and can also be downloaded free here: https://claims.instafreebie.com/free/TuAj28Tc
The Authors Website is here: http://chamberlainpotts.com/
You can probably see that the main influences for this image were Frank Frazetta and Todd Lockwood.
Prints and Posters available here: https://goo.gl/7xe8rM
Action, Battlecruiser Alamo, Chris Achilleos, Chris Foss, Digital art, Frank Frazetta, FTL, illustration, Jim Burns, Keith Draws, Mother ship, Nebula, Peter A. Jones, Peter Elson, Polaris, Polaris Omnibus, Pushing the Envelope, Richard Tongue, Rodney Mathews, Roger Dean, Sci Fi, science Fiction, Science fiction art, Space Battle, Space ship, Starcruiser Polaris, Stars, Todd Lockwood
Action, intrigue and amazing vistas are all considerations so for this image, I imagined the Starcruiser Polaris bursting out of a nebular, guns blazing, and I set about it. After a few false starts, this was the result.
I love the idea that space has so many things we don’t understand, so many things we can’t even imagine (though I’m trying). I’m utterly awestruck when I think about this stuff and even more so when I’m asked to illustrate some of these incredible ideas by fine authors like Richard.
I do my utmost to infect the viewer with these feelings too just as my favourite artists did to me. People like : (in no particular order ) and I have to thank them: Todd Lockwood, Jim Burns, Chris Foss, Chris Archilleos, Peter Elson, Roger Dean, Rodney Mathews, Frank Frazetta, Peter A Jones and many more, without whom I would be painting landscapes.
This cover wraps the set as one book and so is no doubt a bargain you should not miss.
Check out his Author page on Amazon: https://goo.gl/Q1TCCZ
And his personal Blog: http://richardtongue.blogspot.com/
Posters and prints here: https://goo.gl/cxbA2d
advice, book cover, Bruce Pennington, Chris Achilleos, Chris Foss, Comic, Comic Art, Digital art, Fantasy, Humorous Science Fiction, illustration, Jim Burns, Keith Draws, KeithDraws, Peter A. Jones, Peter Elson, Roger Dean, Sci Fi, science fantasy, science Fiction, Science fiction art, superhero, superhero illustration, superhero woman, Todd Lockwood, Vampire Squid
“A doodler from an extremely young age, encouraged by the freedom to do as he pleased at school, Keith Draws has been an artist at heart for his entire life. Inspired by the sci-fi, fantasy and superheroes that amazed him as a child, he has gone on to create art for bands, books and games.
With a new sci-fi novel series proudly displaying his artwork on the covers and a crowdfunded superhero anthology in the works, Keith is more in demand today than ever before. He has mastered the art of telling a whole story in just a single frame, using shape and colour and detail to create intriguing and captivating pieces that draw you into everything his named is attached to.
We spoke to Keith to find out how he developed his skills and where they will take him next.
Kirstie: How did you get into art?
Keith: Drawing and painting is something I always enjoyed but it became something more when I started school. At the time the school were running an experiment (it was in the ‘60’s). The whole infant block was open plan and the idea was that kids could enter and leave any lessons they wanted to at any time. So of course, I would wander off and draw pretty much all the time. It’s all I remember doing for those two years. More…”
Chris Achilleos, Chris Foss, Guerin Zand, Humorous Science Fiction, Jim Burns, Keith Draws, KeithDraws, Peter A. Jones, Peter Elson, Roger Dean, Sci Fi, science fantasy, science Fiction, Science fiction art, Todd Lockwood
Battlecruiser Alamo, Chris Achilleos, Chris Foss, Frank Frazetta, Jim Burns, Keith Draws, Nebula, Peter A. Jones, Peter Elson, Richard Tongue, Roger Dean, RPG., science fantasy, science Fiction, Science fiction art, Space Battle, Space ship, starship, Todd Lockwood
This is a Tabletop RPG based on Battlecruiser Alamo with all of the artwork I’ve done for Richard Tongue’s books. It’s an artbook featuring my work and a game based on the incredible future universe and stories of Richard Tongue. Published by Shades Of Vengeance.
All the art has been inspired in one way or another by the following amazing and incredible artists (in no particular order ) and I have to thank them: Todd Lockwood, Jim Burns, Chris Foss, Chris Archilleos, Peter Elson, Roger Dean, Frank Frazetta, Peter A Jones and many more, without whom I would be painting landscapes.