The fort in this piece was the stage of many good childhood memories for myself, my brother and our friend Ry. It began as an old chicken coup. We had adopted a bunch of chickens but the night after they moved in, a fox dug underneath their coop and had itself a massive feast.
I recently had the pleasure of being interview by 3dTotal. We talk about Kickstarter, freelance art career, art techniques and more.
I had the pleasure of being interviews by One Fantastic Week about my 2018 Calendar Kickstarter: The Year of the Unicorn
Come along for my birthday! I got a new tattoo of the motto of Pratt Institute and I got to see Neil Gaiman in person!
I am going to show you a large portion of the artwork I have created throughout my lifetime, we are going to talk about talent, how to improve, working on personal projects and much more, enjoy!
Hi guys! In this episode we're flipping through three art books from 3DTotal Publishing while talking about how art books can help you improve your work, especially if you are starting [...]
Ballistic Publishing recently released their list of award nominations for vol. 12 of their Art Annual Exposé. I am very honoured to have my illustration ‘Apocalina’ (shown above) among the nominees in the ‘Storytelling’ category. You can pre-order the book and find the full list of nominations here: Project: Exposé 12
I have had the honor of being invited to join the Changeling Artist Collective. As the name suggests it is a collective of artists who paints whimsically wonderful fantasy art! Every month there is a themed auction through Facebook, where you can bid on a wide selection of traditional artwork painted by the artists in the collective.
Halloween is a fantastic, colorful and much beloved holiday in the US, but in Denmark, where I am from, it was not celebrated until recent years. Despite of not growing up with it I really like Halloween, I love the feeling of fall, I love the pumpkins, the colors, the costumes, the funny spooky decor and I love painting Halloween illustrations, though it wasn’t always so
The team behind Patience Brewster wanted to reach out to the community and help people get to know artists better with a little fun Q&A.