Bruce Robertson, «Techniques of Fantasy Art»
Time Warner Books UK | ISBN 0-356-15324-X | July 1988 | PDF | 145 Pages | 11,3 Mb
There is strength through mystery. A picture produced from the images within the mind can be a more accurate portrayal of human perceptions than one based entirely on observations. When we look at the work of a fantasy artist we can respond to the mystery on a number of levels: the source of the ideas, the constituent parts, and the subject matter of the picture. The construction of the composition, its use of the elements of light and shade, and its depictions of imaginary forms are all crucial. Finally comes our response to the mysteries of the artist's technique – his painting skills.