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Hecatomb – ‘heka’tom/ (noun) – An extensive loss of life for some cause. or… The name of my terrifying novella. In a drowned village, on a dark shore, in a city of white stones, an ancient evil stalks. It has no name, no face, and no desire but to see the death of everything… …and everyone. […]
We started with this… * And ended with this… * Here’s another angle… * Hither the Wind – Tahina Morrison & J Edward Neill For more 3D art pieces like this, go here.
Part 1 of 2 – The ideal schedule 6:30 AM – Wake up, enjoy a light breakfast, read a few writers’ blogs, look up new art posted by my favorite artists 7:30 AM – Drive to the nearby forest trail, walk briskly for 90 minutes, return home feeling amazing 9:15 AM – Shower. Open all the […]
Created over two nights in the dead of autumn. With many glasses of wine. And hours of melancholic music. For more, try this.
* ‘The Oracle’ is also the cover of the novella – The Hecatomb: * For more, go here.
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Here’s ten artists who’ve shined a powerful light on me (and my walls.) They’re in no particular order. * * * Allen Williams Allen Williams, master of graphite powder, lord of charcoal, is among the most interesting illustrators and conceptual artists I’ve ever stumbled upon. He’s done film work, but the works I’m struck by are […]
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When in doubt, emulate H.R. Giger. At least…that’s what I say. Recently, sculptor Tahina Morrison carved out a beautiful woman and paired her with a face hugger. And then tasked me with the not-so-easy job of painting a terrifying background. As ever, I do her bidding… Perfect Organism 18″ x 24″ Thanks for stopping by. […]
For my latest round of short stories, I’ve decided to sketch my own cover art. It’s a challenge. …and I love it. This next piece is a sequel to this. Here’s a quick progression: * * * Nadya, the Deathless – a character in the novel Hollow Empire. Thanks for stopping by. More paintings are […]
At DragonCon 2017, I wandered the art gallery for what seemed like eons. I encountered stunning fantasy art of all kinds. I found light, darkness, and everything in-between. But then I stumbled upon something I’d never really seen before. An artist – I admit I don’t know her name or website – had created a […]
I recently collaborated with sculptor T. Morrison to create another 3d painting. She sculpted the girl; I splashed deep blues and greens all over the oceanic background. Presenting Ariel, the not-so-little mermaid: * Check out those tentacles! And yes…the shells are real. A few years back, I plucked them from beneath a wrecked ship off the […]
Here’s what’s up: In my latest book, 101 Reasons to Break Up, I’ve hidden a little Easter egg. It’s true. One of the 101 break-ups is mine. I’ve changed my name, but the story is 100% true. To the first reader who guesses which of the 101 tales is mine, I’m giving away a free […]
The Night Emperor is now available to wear… The original artwork is here.
On a lonely Friday eve, long after midnight slid by, I stood before a black canvas with the last drop of white paint clinging to my paintbrush. Sounds a bit dramatic, right? Anyway, I made good use of the white paint. And out came my latest painting, Night Emperor. Prints are available here. For purchase inquiries, hit me […]
I wouldn’t have it any other way. With that said, single dad art-making ain’t always easy. Almost six years ago, my son (the G Man) burst into my life. He was the Kool-Aid Man breaking through the brick wall of me. Upon his arrival, I prepared myself for sleepless nights, hours upon hours of crying, and the end of all […]
Dark cities… Wasted landscapes… Unholy dwellings… These are among my favorite types of art to create. And so I have. * City of Nowhere – 24×48″ is among my more massive of my works. To make it happen, I slathered an entire canvas with red and black paint. After the base layer dried, I carved a […]
In J Edward’s latest book, he promises to drain one bottle of red wine per chapter. That’s the rule. There’s no breaking it. And while deep in his cups, he takes readers on a sometimes funny, sometimes poignant journey. Playful yet serious, funny yet honest, the bounce between bottles takes readers on a stroll through everything. Dating. Religion. Politics. That one […]
Artist T. Morrison and I have got it in our heads to sculpt and paint mushrooms. LOTS of mushrooms. We did this. And then this. As our shroomy confidence built, so too did the size of our canvasses increase. Until we decided to paint something really big… Doomed Kingdom – 24×36″ – our largest sculpture/painting yet. […]
I’d just finished working on several highly-realistic sketches. …and my pencil hand was tired. To ease my mild suffering, I picked up a huge (24×48″) canvas and went after it with green, black, yellow, and white paint. The result was…well… * …big. I enjoyed every second of painting this giant landscape. Now it’s back to […]
I suppose I’ve always been fascinated by Asian style art. Trees. Landscapes. Buildings. Dragons. …all so different from Western work. I tried to let it inspire me while painting a duo of large acrylic canvasses. Did I succeed? You be the judge… Tower of Souls was sort of an accidental painting. I painted a deep […]
My co-painting collaborator has been down and out lately. While she’s under the weather, I’ve been busy with my new favorite style. …watercolors. Here’s a few I’ve slathered up. Please enjoy: * For Stygian Tree, I wanted a slightly Asian theme. Bold colors, stark lines, graceful curves. This painting was both fun and rewarding to […]
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