This article with advice to artists by Frank Frazetta was originally published in L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume VII.
World-renowned artist Bob Eggleton painted the cover art for L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume 35.
Art? So you want to do art for a living? Do you know what the chances of success are?”
Award-winning illustrator and artist, Shaun Tan, gives sound advice to new illustrators with tips that are relatively universal, useful and encouraging.
Famous illustrator Paul Lehr gives practical advice and three important keys to help aspiring science fiction and fantasy artists.
This article with advice to artists by H.R. Van Dongen was originally published in L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume X. It covers 5 vital points for any aspiring artist.
Julius Schwartz had a long and distinguished career both in science fiction and in comics. And in this article he gives his tips for writers and illustrators who want to break into comics.
Artist Edd Cartier, with over 50 years of experience in the field of illustration and commercial art, wrote this article with words of advice for new science fiction and fantasy illustrators.
While my own career has been spent in the practice of sequential art, a form that arranges images and text in an intelligent sequence to tell a story, I have nonetheless always been professionally involved in the fundamentals of illustration. I, therefore, feel I have accumulated enough experience with which to endow my advice with some credibility.
This article was originally published in L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume XI. Mankind has used pictures to tell stories from the beginning of time. Recently, ancient cave paintings were discovered in France, and while cave paintings aren’t new discoveries, these are unlike anything seen before.