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Horses and Dragons


Steven Belledin

While soliciting the Internet Hivemind for subjects to pontificate on, the following query arose: Why are horses harder to draw than dragons? [caption id="attachment_48395" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Here's a quick and dirty horse and dragon I did. The gray bits are not shading. They're the "dirty" part of the quick and dirty sketch. They're the first pass that I thought I'd leave in to illustrate that I have trouble drawing both of these things. Heck—I have…

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Spectrum 27 Call For Entries


Arnie Fenner

November 11, 2019 - It's that time of year again: the Spectrum 27 competition is now open for entires! All professional and student artists, art directors, publishers and artists’ representatives are invited to submit entries to the 27th Annual Spectrum International Competition for Fantastic Art. Work chosen by the jury will be featured in full color in the Spectrum annual, the peer-selected “best of the year” collection for the fantastic arts. This year's Call for Entries Poster (shown above) was created by the renowned artist, Paul Sullivan. Paul's credits include work for Tomb Raider, Afro Samurai, Megamind, X-Men: The Last Stand, Iron Man, Sly Cooper and The Book of Life among many others. The Spectrum 27 jury is comprised of a six member panel of some of the most exceptional artists and educators working in the industry today. The esteemed judges this…

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