One-on-one with Nataša Ilinčić

Boneshaker Press has the pleasure to introduce you to Nataša Ilinčić, an artist from Scotland contributing to the third volume of Encounters with the Imaginary. Find out more about Nataša on her website !

What’s your background?

I was born in a small Croatian coastal town, but grew up at the foot of the Italian Alps.
My fingertips have been dirtied with graphite ever since I was old enough to hold a pencil. But graphite wasn’t the only kind of dirt on my hands: as a kid I spent a lot of my time in the underbrush, searching for wild berries (and wilder legendary spirits), befriending ancient trees and exploring ruins covered in moss and ivy – elements that unsurprisingly crept into my work and are still present today. Continue reading “One-on-one with Nataša Ilinčić”

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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.

Announcing Dragon Bones: A Boneshaker Press Sketchbook!

Filled with inspiration to breathe fiery new life into your stories, designs, and illustrations, Dragon Bones is the next project coming from Boneshaker Press. Set to launch as a digital release in Spring 2017, with print versions available at select conventions throughout North America, Dragon Bones brings together a handful of us from BsP to explore the mythology and design of dragons through traditional illustrations.

Continue reading “Announcing Dragon Bones: A Boneshaker Press Sketchbook!”