January 15, 2018
New book cover – Outpost

Even thought I completed this late last year, I will start with it as a new post for this year ūüôā May I present the cover illustration for the¬†Gryphonwood Press¬†“Monsters, Maces & Magic – Outpost” book 1 written by Terry Ervin. There were few “firsts”¬†for me¬†in this project. I have never painted a goblin or […]

January 4, 2018

To all my new and long time fans and followers, wishes for the very Happy and Prosperous New 2018. May you have abundance of inspiration, motivations a plenty and nothing but the bright and cheerful moments!

May 23, 2017
Knight – Chess Series

I am pleased to release “Knight” – the 3rd in the Chess series. I am still very motivated to finish the series even though I started the project couple of years ago. So many things are happening lately, I had to put the pencil work on the pause. I was so eager to illustrate¬†the Knight, […]

April 11, 2017
FFG – All Men Are Fools (A Game Of Thrones)

Newly released “All Men Are Fools” (AGOT) chapter pack by Fantasy Flight Games, which is ultimately the title name of the card I had a pleasure to create for the deck. For more info on the release please click here.  

January 9, 2017
CreativeDust 4.0

I am excited to present to you a new look for Creativedust.com. It is a perfect timing to start the New year with the fresh look, and as I put on the finishing touches, I can’t help but reflect on the past and the beginnings. Not too long ago, in the now distant 2001, in […]

October 2, 2015
Part Time Job, Full-Time Artist: Rethinking the Creative Career

Since I am not a writer but I’ve started this blog awhile ago, I am sharing articles that others, “much better with words” creatives have written, in hopes it lands a helping hand where it is needed. Here is the enlightening article ” Part Time Job, Full-Time Artist: Rethinking the Creative Career” by Amy Ng, […]

November 11, 2014
Crescent Moon 2010 – Walkthrough

Here is the walkthrough I created for Digital Artist Magazine – Imagine Publishing, back in 2010.

June 18, 2014
The Thief – Making of steps

While painting the Thief, I saved progress shots so I am now showing you the process from sketch to final in this short video presentation. I am still not able to record the real time painting process because my Camtasia is unreliable and crashes on me all the time. Just don’t have patience to deal […]

May 13, 2014
Art Licensing Representation

I just stumbled upon this very informative blog by Joan Beiriger, in which she gathered a collection of valuable info, if you are in the market of finding an art representation. ¬†Like any other freelancers, our time is divided between many tasks and duties. ¬†Not only do we have to keep our portfolio current and […]

April 2, 2014
Watermill – Final

Ah, after a long, laborious endeavor, this painting is finally done. It would have been done awhile ago but knowing myself too well, I kept adding more and more, working details to “death”. ¬†I really should train harder to stray away from overworking things. ¬†In any case, I can close this page out and work […]