Illustrated portraits by Jessica Oyhenart Ball

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By Ben Winfield in New Illustration on Saturday 24 November 2012

I literally get weak in the knees when I see Jessica Oyhenart Ball’s illustrations. Her understanding of lighting and handling of form is truly mind-blowing. If all you do today is go to her website, it will be a good day.

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Photoshop generated creatures by Dave Rapoza

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By Ben Winfield in New Illustration on Friday 23 November 2012

Nothing I say can do this man justice. One literally has to see his work to experience its true awesomeness. Created entirely in Photoshop, Rapoza’s digital illustrations portray creatures of all shapes and sizes, lit so amazingly that you are almost convinced that they are going to climb out the screen, punch you in the stomach, and rip your guts out. His work is truly inspirational.

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Hajime Sorayama

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By Deb in New Art on Wednesday 13 July 2011

Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama is one of my favourite artists of all-time. He is an exceptionally amazing talent. I have followed his work for almost two decades.

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Julie Dillion’s amazing sci-fi art

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By Gerry Mak in New Illustration on Thursday 24 March 2011

Julie Dillion is an illustrator specializing in fantasy, sci-fi, and videogame art. I’ve always been a sucker for this kind of stuff. Her colors are stunning.

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Jason Chan

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Wednesday 29 October 2008

Drawing from anime and fantasy art from the past half-century of graphic design and illustration, Jason Chan’s images appeal to the role-playing geek in us all. Chan renders beautiful pixie women and expressive children with bright eyes and remarkable dragon-riding abilities — their zombie-slaying skills ain’t too shabby either.

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Steven Stahlberg

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Saturday 15 March 2008

Steven Stahlberg sets himself apart from other fanboy fantasy artists by being able to actually convey mood rather powerfully. Yes, many of his Photoshop paintings feature scantily clad cyborg women and nubile nymphs battling dragons, but at his best, he’s almost a post-apocalyptic Norman Rockwell.

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