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Sculptor Panel Talk 2022


Kristine Poole

It’s time for another Sculptor Panel Talk! Last fall, Colin and I had the privilege of spending some time chatting with Forest Rogers, The Shiflett Brothers and Patrick Mason. Our conversation danced its way through the materials we use, how we come up with concepts and ideas, how we arrange our studios most effectively for our workflow and more. Forest shared a plethora of information about her materials, methods and concept development. The Shifletts talk…

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Fischer Paints- Black Lotus… well er… a black lotus! We are talking about Bloom Tender!


Scott Fischer

July 5, 2022 - While I patiently await any chance to paint 'the' Black Lotus for Magic The Gathering, why not paint a bunch of lotuses! We are talking about Bloom Tender for Magic the Gathering, Double Masters two. And not only is there a black lotus but there is one for every other color of Magic card. (Couldn't figure out how to do an artifact Lotus in this scene... hmmmm...) Anyway, what follows is 11 minutes of me painting a lovely card called Bloom Tender. Look out for lotuses, symbolically growing life from death, AND, don't panic when I totally paint out the face and repaint it. Sometimes we gotta do what we gotta do. If something if your painting bugs you, fix it. Sounds easy enough, but hard to do sometimes. Often we just keep struggling with…

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