Steve shares the “secrets” of the photography he does of his wife’s—the Beautiful and Talented Lynne Taylor Fahnestalk’s—robot sculptures. He hopes you’ll find it interesting.
Photographic covers are becoming more and more common on book covers, even in the science fiction and fantasy genres
Steve’s (NOT R. Graeme Cameron’s) report on last weeks VCON 39/Canvention 34!
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. That is to say that beauty is subjective and, despite the human condition that every one of us shares, is subject to cultural biases as well as […]
When I was in senior high school (thirty looong years ago) I had an appointment with a career counsellor. I had an aptitude for art and was interested in science.. Based on these two pieces […]
This week I became an author. After reading about Hugh Howey, I was inspired to collect the three installments of The Carrion Files into an e-book which I then put on Amazon (as part of […]
So, a couple weeks back I began talking about current fantasy artists. I want to continue with that theme this week, but I want to talk about digital artists. Specifically about digital painters. Photoshop began […]
M. D. Jackson has been drawing since he could first hold a pencil. He has been writing for so long that he has, in fact, developed an alternate personality named Jack to handle the fiction.
His work has appeared in numerous magazines and on the front covers of many books as well as in the pages of Amazing Stories Magazine. You can also see a lot of it at his gallery.