One-on-one with Katherine Rasmussen

Today Boneshaker Press presents you Katherine Rasmussen who contributes to the second volume of Encounters with the Imaginary. Katherine lives in California, USA and specializes in Design and Visual Storytelling. To view more of her work, visit her website.

What’s your background?

Born in San Diego and growing up in Norway, I’ve been given a unique perspective on the world. I grew up wandering through beautiful forests and daydreamed about dangerous creatures and magic that lived in the woods and mountains. Now, living in Los Angeles I still catch my mind wandering through those Norwegian woods.

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One-on-one with Casey Gustafson

Boneshaker Press is proud to introduce you to Casey Gustafson a new Boneshaker artist contributing to the second volume of Encounters with the Imaginary. Check out Casey on her website !

What’s your background?

I grew up on the South Hill of Spokane, Washington with my mom, dad, brother, and our two cats. As an adult I attended college at the University of Washington Bothell Campus and then left to study art at Washington State University. I felt I wasn’t learning what I wanted to learn, so I left there and pursued art practice full-time, attending weekly figure drawing workshops. Continue reading “One-on-one with Casey Gustafson”

One-on-one with Sebastian Becker

Boneshaker Press has the pleasure to introduce you to, an illustrator living in Germany and we are proud to welcome him on the second volume of Encounters with the Imaginary. Check him out on his website and social medias!

What’s your background?

I’m a student in communication and graphic design from Germany, aspiring to become a freelance illustrator. I mainly work digitally with my genre of choice mostly being fantasy/gothic. I live in a small town between Bonn and Cologne, right next to the forest and the “Wahner Heide,” a big heathland.

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One-on-one with Juan Francisco Bautista

Today Boneshaker Press has the pleasure to introduce you to Juan Francisco Bautista, an illustrator, concept artist and visual developer living in Barcelona in Spain. Checkout Juan on instagram!

What’s your background?

I’m an artist that didn’t know it was possible to make a living out of this profession – So I when I went to University, I graduated from English Studies. I loved reading and making up stories (sometimes drawing them too!) but even after finishing, I felt something was missing…

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“Dragon Bones” Sneak Peek

Dragon Bones is a sketchbook to fuel your creative fire. Every piece offers a personal twist on dragon mythology, and you can be sure that you’ll want to flip through them again and again!

We are busy assembling Dragon Bones and getting it ready for digital release; we have an incredible collection of traditional art on the way! Each artist has contributed 10 pieces of art to the book, and this week, we have one finished piece from each of them. Continue reading ““Dragon Bones” Sneak Peek”

Dragon Bones: Dragons-in-Progress Week #2

We’re back again this week with more beautiful “dragons-in-progress” for Dragon Bones: A Boneshaker Press Sketchbook. Each participating artist has a wonderfully unique interpretation of dragon mythology, and this week’s pieces clearly illustrate that fact!

Tune in next week for more sneak peaks of the artwork from Dragon Bones! Be sure to keep an eye out for the digital download, due Spring 2017.

Welcome to Oz – Art Group Update #2

Today marks the start of a new challenge set for the Boneshaker Art Group: Visdev for The Wizard of Oz!

We’re going to spend the next six weeks building towards a final image that will serve as a product cover for a novel, game, comic, or whatever medium you choose as your end goal. While it’s possible to follow along on your own, we strongly urge you to consider joining us in the Facebook group so that you can see what everyone else is up to, and share your work throughout the process.

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