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The Uncreator
Nov 21 2007, 04:35 AM
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Hello GMC!

Can anyone recommend me some good artists? preferably Fantasy, Sci-Fi, or Horror artists, (Comic Books count to), i need some new kind of style and approach to look at, my current drawing bear alot of resmeblence to Luis Royo, but i want to mix my love of Royo's paintings with other styles, here are artists i already know of quite a bit.

Luis Royo
Boris Vallejo
Julie Bell
HR Giger
Michael Turner
Joseph Linsner
Billy Tucci

Any artists you can recommend would be helpful, i know i cant be the only one at GMC with a taste for the arts! smile.gif

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Nov 21 2007, 06:14 AM
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I mentioned him in your other thread, but I have nothing but praise for Ganbat. This mongolian guy can put tons of expression into a few strokes of a pen, or create detailed masterpieces. Page through his sketchbook to see his stuff. Some of the more detailed stuff is further in. I really love his style, very unique IMO.

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Vinicitur
Nov 21 2007, 09:18 AM
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here's a list of artists that I know

Fantasy

Classic dungeons and dragons

Keith Parkinson
Larry Elmore
Jeff Easley

These three are the more famous of the dungeon and dragons artists.

Comic book artists

Michael William Kaluta
Charles Vess

There really isn't a gallery in Charles Vess' site. But look through the site and you'll find a lot of pictures. If you can find Stardust or the book of ballads I would recommend that you look at the artwork that he did.

Tim Bradstreet

Has done a lot of covers for comic books. His artwork for Hellblazer is my favorite. Has also done the artwork for the roleplaying game Vampire: the masquerade from White Wolf

Alex Ross

His specialty is super heroes. He's an amazing artist. Very realistic style.

Lord of the rings

John Howe

Alan Lee (sorry couldn't find his site)

These two are the concept artists for the Lord of the rings trilogy.

There is also a roleplaying game called Withcraft. I find their artwork very interesting. They have the first edition of the game as a free download.

Witchcraft RPG

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Vinicitur
Nov 21 2007, 09:39 AM
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Man am I stupid. I forgot Frank Frazetta. His style is very representative of the pulp era: "Sci-fi" and "Sword and sorcery". I found some of his art of flickr.

Frank Frazetta

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Muris Varajic
Nov 21 2007, 09:50 AM
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Probably Milo Manara,not sure if I spelled it right tho biggrin.gif

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Nov 21 2007, 09:54 AM
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Jacek Yerka does some really fine paintings smile.gif

http://www.yerkaland.com/

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Nov 21 2007, 10:28 AM
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QUOTE (The Uncreator @ Nov 21 2007, 04:35 AM) *
Hello GMC!

Can anyone recommend me some good artists? preferably Fantasy, Sci-Fi, or Horror artists, (Comic Books count to), i need some new kind of style and approach to look at, my current drawing bear alot of resmeblence to Luis Royo, but i want to mix my love of Royo's paintings with other styles, here are artists i already know of quite a bit.

Luis Royo
Boris Vallejo
Julie Bell
HR Giger
Michael Turner
Joseph Linsner
Billy Tucci

Any artists you can recommend would be helpful, i know i cant be the only one at GMC with a taste for the arts! smile.gif

A bit of topic, but if you like Giger you really should have this

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Hemlok
Nov 21 2007, 10:52 AM
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QUOTE (blindwillie @ Nov 21 2007, 06:28 PM) *
A bit of topic, but if you like Giger you really should have this


That is cool! But, I love Giger's work and that to me... well I would never buy it, I know someone on GMC has a Giger model, I just don't know, it seems a bit.. simple?

Edit: No that just doesn't do justice. sad.gif

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Robin
Nov 21 2007, 11:55 AM
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I'm not really into art, but Theodor Kittelsen sure kicks ass. Burzum have used his art for album covers.









This is probably not what you are looking for, but I just posted it anyway smile.gif

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Might not be what you're after Uncreator but I'd suggest Francisco Goya (Spanish artist from the 1800s). Goya did a whole series of paintings during his 'black paintings' period that include things like a a witches sabbath, Saturn eating his son and so on.

Somewhat more up to date Picasso's 'Guernica' is always worth a look - albeit not in the style that you use. And also Anselm Kiefer.

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The Uncreator
Nov 21 2007, 06:00 PM
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QUOTE (Vinicitur @ Nov 21 2007, 12:39 AM) *
Man am I stupid. I forgot Frank Frazetta. His style is very representative of the pulp era: "Sci-fi" and "Sword and sorcery". I found some of his art of flickr.

Frank Frazetta


Im more dumb, hes a legend, how could i forget him!! i know of him well!!


QUOTE (tonymiro @ Nov 21 2007, 03:24 AM) *
Might not be what you're after Uncreator but I'd suggest Francisco Goya (Spanish artist from the 1800s). Goya did a whole series of paintings during his 'black paintings' period that include things like a a witches sabbath, Saturn eating his son and so on.

Somewhat more up to date Picasso's 'Guernica' is always worth a look - albeit not in the style that you use. And also Anselm Kiefer.

Cheers,
Tony


Will Look into it, anything goes, keeping an open mind here wink.gif

@Robin
Yeah Burzum has some pretty wicked looking album art, very evil cool.gif ill try to pick up some of his stuff.

thanks for all the suggestions guys, will have to delve further into this.

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JVM
Nov 21 2007, 06:37 PM
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Have to agree on Keith Parkinson and Larry Elmore for fantasy artists.

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QUOTE (Robin @ Nov 21 2007, 11:55 AM) *
I'm not really into art, but Theodor Kittelsen sure kicks ass. Burzum have used his art for album covers.







This is probably not what you are looking for, but I just posted it anyway smile.gif

Theodor Kittelsen rules indeed...

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JVM
Nov 21 2007, 07:22 PM
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Here's some of Ganbat's stuff that I really like.





second one is unfinished.

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brandon
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The Uncreator
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Those are some really cool ones man, are those yours?

I love death stalks the detective, thats pretty funny laugh.gif

EDIT:

I just saw i like ewoks, thats awesome, im a huge star wars fan!

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