Stunning Fantasy Illustrations by Jason Chan This looks like the cover for the Prince of Thorns
Tuesday Tips - Cape It Simple! I don't need to add too much explanation today. A cape, cloak or long coat simplifies the silhouette of most character, gives them a unique look or presence and conceals a lot of the overall anatomy. Keep track of the character underneath to know where to fold, drop or stretch the fabric. The fabric itself should play a role too. Different behave differently. Movement and gravity are key to "ground" your character in the environment and make it look…
This piece shows shape and depth because it is at a different point of view when looking at a person. This type of shape and depth art is called amplified perspective. The feet are unusually large which is juxtaposition.
You can't really tell if this beauty actually is a greenhouse or maybe a gigantic indoor garden. But either way it is stunning and a huge inspiration on how to design one's one greenhouse with a little more charm than just the usual pots and benches.
Nature colonizes everything. Abandoned library with tree. I would love to have a thing of nature in a library it just seem so cool. I mean you can read your book on the tree! Even though it's abandoned that would be awesome.