(wild) concept: everyone who enjoys your original content also likes it, so that you actually know that they have seen/read it. everyone who likes your original content also reblogs it, so that the work they so liked might get more exposure and love. everyone who reblogs your original content also adds a kind word or comment about why they liked it, so that a large smile will be put on your face for hours to come. the stars align. masses of people across the globe rejoice. happiness prevails. gratitude exists.
It’s that time of year again. This year’s ‘im a year old’ Loffrey is more full on since I felt inspired - I draw him my age each 27th. His scars healed, but his commitment and ideals still uncertain. We both grew up in turbulent times.
“Sean Andrew Murray is
a freelance illustrator, concept artist, author and teacher who has
worked in the entertainment industry for nearly fifteen years.
The bulk of his career so far has been
spent as a video game concept artist, working on such titles as
“Dungeons & Dragons Online,” “The Lord of the Rings Online,” “Ultima
Online”, “Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning” and two unannounced projects
at Harmonix Music Systems.
His freelance client list includes:
Legendary Pictures (Guillermo Del Toro), Disney-HyperionPublishing,
Meridian Entertainment/Travis Beacham (writer of Pacific Rim), Sideshow
Collectibles, Wizards of the Coast, Lego, EA Games, CoolMiniOrNot,
Privateer Press, Fantasy Flight Games, White Wolf Games, ImagineFX
magazine, Steve Jackson Games, FableVision and 3DTotal.
Sean was a finalist for a medal in the
20th annual Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art
competition. He was also nominated for a 2015 Chesley Award for “Best
Unpublished Black-and-White Work.” His work has been chosen for the past
seven Spectrum annuals and has also been featured in ImagineFX
magazine, Kotaku.com, EXPOSÉ, and Prime – The Definitive Digital Art Collection.
A graduate of Syracuse University, he has
taught in the illustration department at Maryland Institute College of
Art (MICA) and has spoken at Syracuse University’s Visual Communication
Symposium. He also occasionally runs his own 6-week long intensive
online seminars on the subject of “world-building for concept artists
Recently he began working for visionary
film director, producer and author Guillermo Del Toro on a television
series called “Killing on Carnival Row” as well as an illustrated
young-adult novel titled “Trollhunters”, which hit bookstore shelves on July 7, 2015.
The production of Sean’s illustrated
fantasy book, “Gateway: The Book of Wizards,” was funded by a successful
2012 Kickstarter campaign. The book was a primer for a fantasy world
centered on a vast city called “Gateway”, which Sean has been working on
in his sketchbooks for over 15 years. Copies of these books, as well as
several prints and other items are available for purchase at: http://www.cityofgateway.com
Lately, Sean has been spending more time
exploring and expanding upon the world of Gateway in his sketchbook and
through his illustrations as well as some exciting new game projects
currently in the works. For more information or to sign up for updates
go here (http://www.cityofgateway.com/about/) and scroll to the bottom of the page.”
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