Nothing makes your imagination catch fire like a dragon!
And now you can breathe fire with the best of them as you create dragons and other mythical beasts that will awe, delight, and disturb. More than 30 lessons break down each creature into simple color-coded steps, from basic shapes, to details including claws and wings, to spectacular finished dragons and beasts.
All you need is a pencil,... [click here for more]
You will experience immediate success by starting with extremely easy, basic anatomy that most fantasy characters share (simple shapes, easy views, easy to copy) then be able to move on to more interesting and complex characters that go past initial pencils into a shaded and colored finish.
Many of the features in the first book are carried over into Fantasy Characters such as historical facts about... [click here for more]
A tribute to dragonkind
120 dragons with advice and inspiration from 49 international artists
From fire-breathing to friendly, dragons pretty much rule the fantasy world. Dedicated to the coolest of mythological beasts, DragonWorld is a showcase of some of today's best, most imaginative dragon art. Some stick to the popular notion of what a dragon is, while others offer more unexpected interpretations.... [click here for more]
Dreamscapes is a unique guide to painting beautiful watercolor angels, fairies and mermaids in their own worlds (celestial, woodland, garden, sea and castle scenes) step by step. Fantasy artist Stephanie Pui-Mun Law walks readers through her process, showing and describing her techniques for creating fantasy scenes full of wonder and mystery.
You will begin by learning about essential materials,... [click here for more]
How to Draw Grotesque Fantasy Creatures
Draw the stuff of which nightmares are made. If you harbor a love of imagery most foul, of demons and monsters and devils of all sorts ... then welcome to the book from hell. Within its pages lurk sadistic orcs, flesh-eating zombies, blood-thirsty dragons, unholy monstrosities and dreaded beasts of legend and lore. If you dare to open this book and... [click here for more]