Our Guest Artist Series is a non-profit online gallery created to inspire artists and creative audiences. Every month a new video highlights the work and process of a featured Guest Artist.
The sun is setting and the waters are calm as the day ends near Triangle Island, a popular fishing port surrounded by pyramidal rock formations. Kids are often seen playing around the rocks and drawing the sea creatures they spot along the shoreline.
Conri ó Laighin is a character concept of a witty, but cowardly archer who takes expedition notes on the unusual beasts he hunts. He prefers to keep his distance and acts as an informant for his fellow hunters, providing knowledge in the field about their cursed prey.
It's low tide by The Drowned City as friends prepare to explore the ruins being reclaimed by the sea. Artist Pablo Rivera says, "I like visiting places where nature is taking over formerly inhabited spaces, and a metropolis now becoming a tidal habitat would be a great spot to walk around in for a day. There's something calming about knowing that life is cyclical and that in the end, the plants and the birds always come back."
Bow Maintenance catches our heroine Nammo and her loyal tiger companion in a sweet, sportive moment. It is part of an ongoing illustration series also named Nammo, which follows the pair's adventures and is loosely inspired by Korean mythology, folklore, and folk art.
Knights from Southside is an atmospheric piece drawn from the lingering memories of summer. Based on a real-life cycling trip taken in June, artist Fedor Titov captures the impression of that short, shiny summer day on a few layers of digital mud.