Checkout my new Q&A and my classic flying saucer in the A-Z of Sci-Fi in Januarys edition of ImagineFX (Out Now) . I painted a six headed monster for one of the Q&As which was really fun to do, and I got to paint an alien abduction which was pretty cool too!
Looking forward to the Christmas holiday and spending time with my family now. Have a great xmas and a happy new year to you all!
I’ve done quite a few of the “Artist Q&A” for ImagineFX magazine, but it’s always good to answer a question with artwork that you really enjoy doing. My contribution to issue 56 was exactly that! It was a lot of fun to do and great to see it in print too. I tend to do more fantasy related work for a lot of my clients so this was a nice change of pace with some Science Fiction (something I don’t do enough of). I couldn’t help but think of Kelly Freas when I painted my ‘Golden age Sci-Fi’ alien with all the tentacles and stuff; I guess he was my inspiration for this project.
I’ve always been a sucker for nostalgia and pulp fiction, or pulp science fiction if you prefer. When it comes to the golden age of sci-fi it’s the period from the 1940’s to the 1980’s that interests me the most , especially the great artists that illustrated during that wonderful era.