Xu is another mtg artist that has a very distinctive style. He creates a sense of realism with more muted tones with very accurate lighting and backgrounds, but contrasts this realism with fantastical imagery that creates very powerful artwork.
Terese Nielsen is a very popular artist for Magic the Gathering cards, and has a very distinctive style of work, using bold colors and unique lighting to create very dreamlike imagery. I love a lot of her work and thought she would be an appropriate conclusion artist for the end of the year.
A few shots from a continuation of an assignment I started a while ago. The whole concept started with trying to make a sculpture that imitated fire or energy emerging from a shoulder that has been torn open. I did the cast of my should a while ago, and recently completed the project. The piece is less successful because it's intention is not obvious at first, nor did it really satisfy my desires for the assignment, but it was very time consuming and worth at least mentioning in that respect
This was a small side project that I did alongside the Compassion piece. I found an old mask from a middle school art project and improved on it. I'm pretty satisfied with the result given the spontaneity of the idea
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.