With the power of the ancient Dragonlords now burning blue in his hand, he stood boldly upon a rocky precipice, overlooking the molten valley below. Black forms circled far above, carried upon plumes of ashen smoke that billowed from the burning rock below. Then, slowly, as if in anticipation of his arrival, a massive, haunting shape arose from the shimmering waves of heat, a terrible creature with embers for eyes, dripping spouts of flame from between rock-spire teeth....


For those of you who have been waiting for a new dragon painting to hang on your wall...well, wait no more!


I made this one for you dragon and fantasy art lovers out there, so you can take home a piece of art that really warms up your heart.


So now is your chance to become the Dragonlord, and conquer the realm of wings, fire, and stone! Order your print right now while it's 15% OFF in the ESA shop, and take home the magic for yourself or a loved one :).


And stay tuned next week for some sweet deals on tutorials, prints, and brushes for Black Friday!


Waiting to see something specific in the ESA Shop? Write back and let me know! I'm always open to feedback and suggestions.


Cheers,

Eben

Updated: Dec 26, 2020



How do you get your audience to quickly immerse themselves in a painting and keep their attention there for as long as possible?


This is a question artists have asked themselves for hundreds of years, but it's never been more relevant. With the advent of the internet and social media, art is consumed far more quickly then ever.


Sometimes all you have is a fraction of a second to grab your viewer's attention and pull them into your painting.


This can be achieved through a compositional principle called flow


So I decided to take all that knowledge and condense it into a short video on the key strategies I use to incorporate flow into my paintings.


So take a minute to check the video out, and be sure to subscribe to the channel so you don't miss new videos I release every Wednesday, as well as my weekly live streams every Sunday.


I hope you're all well and safe out there :)


All the best,

Eben

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I've got a new free tutorial video out for you painters out there, per requests from a recent portrait study post. You can check out the whole process in this 30 minute walkthrough, where I discuss tips, tricks, and strategies for getting the most out of your portrait studies.


If you're an artist yourself, or just a fan of watching the process unfold, this video is definitely for you!

And if you have a moment, please like the video, subscribe to the channel, and leave a comment and let me know what you think! I take all feedback into consideration (this video was made by request), so if there's anything you want to see in a video walkthrough, time lapse, or Live Stream (which I hold every Sunday at 12 PM EST), please let me know! Cheers, Eben

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