Reading this book has rekindled some of my earliest memories of all things extra terrestrial. I am well into my second reading and find it to be as enjoyable and enthralling as the first. What's more, I know it won't be my last.
I purchased a copy of "FUTURES" from a book shop linked from your website. To say that it is an extraordinary book on the story of space discovery and space art is an understatement. Your inspiring paintings, combined with Patrick Moore's engrossing text, set this book apart from those which are nothing more than compilations of poorly rendered images and questionable history. This book is the real thing!
I am enjoying this book tremendously and would recommend it to anyone who is fascinated by the subject. A great gift idea as well, especially for younger folk who may show an interest in "The Challenge of the Stars."
Very inspiring work. I liked your Red Dwarf tutorial and tried a variation that turned out fairly good. I too am fascinated by clouds, whatever matter their composed of. Thanks for posting the lessons.
David, your work captures the imagination. Really appreciate your work. You take us there in a manner only paralleled by NASA. It's fantastic to be transported to the planets in the way you illustrate. Keep up the good work.
Congratulations David on being first guest editor for InSANe Art Of The Week, and thank you for choosing "Titan's Low Surface Gravity" as InSANe's very first selection in this category. I'm a lousy judge of my own work and I never know what will ultimately connect with this esteemed community. Coming from a world-recognized master of the genre as yourself makes me appreciate this honor all the more. Thanks!
Oops! I sent a friend request to you Dave and was going to add a message, but it got away from me! Always loved your works and the video tutorial is excellent! Just posted to Jon as a friend and remarked that it seems like decades since the KSC workshop! Have a great rest of the afternoon!