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FAERIES is an illustrated book and compendium, featuring the masterful illustrations and descriptions by artists Brian Froud (Labyrinth, Dark Crystal) and Alan Lee (Lord Of The Rings & The Hobbit)

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  1. I almost got a heart attack because it looked like you were only about to describe Alan Lee as "the Hobbit concept artist" as if he had nothing to do with Lotr hahaha

  2. Thank you for this , I am trying to colour in and faery and maker different that isvwhy Brian frouds, art for ideas I will see if I can find the book. I know the creaturesvexisy as Spiritual beings they aren't imaginary. They are part of the Devic kingdom.

  3. Lastly, I want to say to other points. I believe Froud's style or work was used in Arthur and the Invisibles , or Minimoys,. It's a Fairy movie with Madonna and Snoop Dog directed by Luc Besson. So speaking of "Stealing". (pun intended). It thing it's OK to "steal" themes but not someone imaginary. It's great to learn and grow from Froud but not just copy his imagery and call it your own. Luc Besson copies everything. So I don't know if the few creatures that looked like Froud's was a credit or benefit to the original artist, Froud. Ok. That's it. Thanks.

  4. I had those books when I was a teen. I have a lot of more recent fairy books but no longer have that one. I'm talking over 35 years ago, I believe. I recently saw that book in Barnes&Noble. but for some reason, I didn't connect Alan Lee's name with Froud with LOTR. Now this is amazing because like you am a LOTR Trilogy fanatic. I watched Alan Lee and John Howls religiously in all the DVD BTS of all the movies. They have a fun, complimentary chemistry and as you say, one have a very clean desk and some time they was have playful mischievous banter when Alan would move items on John's desk. It's amazing they got along so well for so long. Both amazing Masters. I also like how you likened them to Animation methodologies of "Pose to Pose vs. Straight Ahead". Great Analogy. I do animation and Zbrush so this was very enlightening approach. I better understand how to be more original and can relate to the vague and ambiguous or widely use reference to "Story". They way you explained it really connected the dots for me. I don't think I will be unclear about it again. Thanks.

  5. 40 years ago, I was in a city outdoor exhibit with a painting that had the nude backside of two African children playing in a fantasy environment. It was a reference I got from one of the national geographics book. Totally natural. Some jealous old guy , older than I am now, who was also an exhibitor accused the work as being inappropriate. He was jealous because the local new station interviewed me out of all the exhibitor (over 500 artist street fair). It was very hurt because I was young and never thought of anything like that. He also ridiculed my "Jesus Painting" because I made him as I am, A Black Man. So I related to your story about depicting youthful anatomy. I have loved Froud's work ever since I was young teen artist. Never thought nothing of it. In today's world I wouldn't attempt it. Too much stigma. However, I have done "Chibi" or Cupid Baby characters. I am appreciate youthful anatomy more now that I am an old fat guy. Fortunately I have done my own modeling for my own painting when I had a much more youthful physique. Too bad we didn't have Camera Phones back then. I use to have to section off my public studio space with sheets. It's amazing they would let me do that back then. It wouldn't happen now.

  6. Very interesting to have dissected illustrations without the psychological aspects of what created them. You do not have the same belief as them but are enthusiastically enthralled with their work. Quite perplexing.

  7. You mentioned the LOTR ‘making of’ films as being a great artistic motivation, I thought I’d tell you that Orson Welles’ ‘F For Fake’ is also very artistically stimulating. I recommend it!

  8. My two favourite artists! To find Alan Lee's work was a revelation.. here was someone who did things the way I did. Here was the pencil artist who 'scribbled' his work onto the paper like I did. It made me realise that we all have our own style and it gave me the confidence I needed to express myself artistically. I do art for fun but even so I was given the stamp of approval to do it my way and not feel I was doing it wrong!
    Great inspiring videos.. Continue the excellent material on your channel!

  9. I don't draw but this is very helpful to me on the journey into a make believe world with composite photography. Turning my children into forest faeries 😍😁. Thank you, great video.

  10. I bought the paperback in a small bookshop on Stow-on-the-Wold in the Cotswolds in England in 1979 when I was 17 yrs old. I’m 56 now and Alan Lee’s drawing and painting style was a profound influence on my decision to go to art college and the work I produced as a Jeweller for many years. I started an MA in Illustration recently and Lee still influences my watercolour work.

  11. Brian Froud's definitely in the lineage of my inspirations. And the thing I love about whimsical dark art is how it has that threatening element like old folk-tales do- "don't go into the forest at night, for it is full of dangers", "beware of strangers, fore some of them are monsters", it's all old-world folk wisdom and I try to bring that mixture of magic, menace and whimsy to my work.

  12. Everybody needs to accept Chaos in order to find peace, try to organize in life's chaos and you delve into fear of losing it to Chaos. That's why chaos might apear apealling perhaps, because through accepting it you are bound to voyage to peace. You speak very eloquently btw i like it a lot.

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