PETER ANDREW JONES BIOGRAPHY
The Studio Blogzine - November 2019

The FREE online edited version of LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE
What's your favourite picture and book?
2015
2016
2017
2018

Solar Wind Volume one 2 Peter Andrew Jones
Peter Andrew Jones Legendary Art Magazine
  Get your LUXURY MAGAZINE in PRINTED FORM >

Tales From The Wood Volume One Peter Andrew Jones
CONTACT THE ARTIST!
15th
SOCIAL MEDIA

THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"
 
The Acer Tree has dropped its leaves.

And the garden inhabitants are contemplative, of what comes next.


As am I, always . . . . . . .

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
14th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"
 
The Acer Tree has dropped its leaves.

And the garden inhabitants are contemplative, of what comes next.


Momentarily set as stone, while they consider . . . . .

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
13th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"
 
The Acer Tree has dropped its leaves, but . . . . .

. . . . the Wheel of The Year bursts through, with new colour from the Earth!


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
12th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"
 
The Acer Tree has dropped its leaves.

Sad to see it go, always far too soon for my liking . . . .

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
11th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"
 
The Acer Tree in full bloom!

It is always too short-lived for my pleasure but magnificent in its colour nonetheless.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
10th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

This month's = closing in 18 days.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
9th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

This month's.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
8th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"
 
Something of a contrast to the day before!

Snow.

A muted palette for today.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
7th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"
 
Sunrise.

A delightful palette of yellow, orange and mauve.

Inspiration for today's studio output!

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
6th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

This month's = closing in 22 days..


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
5th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

This month's = closing in 22 days..


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
4th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

This month's = closing in 22 days..


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
3rd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"
 
A rare day of bright sunshine..

The Acer Tree is in full glow.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
2nd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

This month's = closing in 22 days..


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
1st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

This month's = closing in 23 days..


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

October 2019



CONTACT THE ARTIST!
31st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

This month's = closing in 23 days..


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm



Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
30th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"
 
The Gaer Stone - early morning-ish.

The Wheel of The Year is turning.

The Autumn Equinox is now  fully  underway.


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
29th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

This month's.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
28th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

This month's = closing in 30 days..


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
27th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

FALCON Games book series - The Renegade Lord- part 2 of 4.
Its plot is based on the theme of time traveling. Not realizing the danger it may pose to the adventurer, an organization called TIME was created for time travelers and their travel period. Its agents patrol to ensure that no traveler changes the course of History. The player aims to track down a renegade agent who intends to deploy instruments on different timelines to cause dire consequences for humanity, and prevent all this from happening. To do this, the player uses the "Falcon’s Wing", a Cybernetic Artificially Intelligent Nexus (CAIN) controlled spacecraft that performs different functions, such as providing information about residents and artifacts to be found in a given time zone and detecting problems that have occurred.
The player may choose to leave the spaceship when it reaches its destination. In addition, he is armed with a laser gun and a jetpack, but he can only carry one artifact at a time. When collected, the item should be returned to its coherent chronological period.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
26th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

FALCON Games book series - The Renegade Lord- part 1 of 4.
Inspired by Jamie Thomson and Mark “Min” Smith's gamebook franchise, Falcon: the Renegade Lord was the only book in the Falcon franchise that received a 1987 arcade adaptation for the Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum.
Released by Virgin Games Ltd (and later by Dro Soft, in Spain), its gameplay was rather limited and the graphics were not good. Thus, the complexity of the gamebook was reduced to a Shoot'em Up game that takes place in H-scrolling-style maps (game mode where you move from screen to screen when you cross it horizontally).

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
25th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"FROM PAPER TO SCREEN"

As paperback book role-play games transitioned to screen-based games . . .


A couple more of my favourites.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
24th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"FROM PAPER TO SCREEN"

As paperback book role-play games transitioned to screen-based games . . .


A couple more of my favourites.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
23rd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"FROM PAPER TO SCREEN"

As paperback book role-play games transitioned to screen-based games . . .


The studio became - busier, and busier !

A couple of my favourites.


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
22nd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"FROM PAPER TO SCREEN"

Blogger Márcio Pacheco last year dedicated an article on his blog to Peter Andrew Jones and his computer games cover art/

Here

The high definition images Márcio got are amazing!

Provided by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
21st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

Blogger Márcio Pacheco last year dedicated an article on his blog to Peter Andrew Jones.

Here

Speaking briefly about the nostalgia of science fiction games and the old consoles,
Márcio has separated some game covers already reviewed here in this blog
or that will still get their own article.

The high definition images Márcio got are amazing!

A big hug to another Peter Andrew Jones art enthusiast

Provided by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
20th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

Blogger Márcio Pacheco last year dedicated an article on his blog to Peter Andrew Jones.

Here

Speaking briefly about the nostalgia of science fiction games and the old consoles,
Márcio has separated some game covers already reviewed here in this blog
or that will still get their own article.

The high definition images Márcio got are amazing!

Provided by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
19th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

Blogger Márcio Pacheco last year dedicated an article on his blog to Peter Andrew Jones.

Here

Speaking briefly about the nostalgia of science fiction games and the old consoles, Márcio has separated some game covers already reviewed here in this blog or that will still get their own article. The high definition images Márcio got are amazing!

Provided by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
18th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

Blogger Márcio Pacheco last year dedicated an article on his blog to Peter Andrew Jones.

Here

Provided by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
17th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE ARTIST'S MARK ON THE FABRIC OF TIME"

"The Green Dragon of Mordiford"
(close-up)
In celebration of
Da Vinci's Leda & The Swan
and 500th anniversary


EXHIBITION >
http://pajart.net

MAGAZINE
>
http://www.peterandrewjones-legendary-art-magazine.net
 
In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci.

If you are visiting , or live in, the local area, see the physical works at >
https://www.facebook.com/MrBunTheBakerChurchStretton


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
16th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE ARTIST'S MARK ON THE FABRIC OF TIME"
"Aeris Helical Stupra"

EXHIBITION >
http://pajart.net

MAGAZINE
>
http://www.peterandrewjones-legendary-art-magazine.net
 
In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci.

If you are visiting , or live in, the local area, see the physical works at >
https://www.facebook.com/MrBunTheBakerChurchStretton


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
15th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE ARTIST'S MARK ON THE FABRIC OF TIME"
"Wild Edric & The Wild Hunt"

EXHIBITION >
http://pajart.net

MAGAZINE
>
http://www.peterandrewjones-legendary-art-magazine.net
 
In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci.

If you are visiting , or live in, the local area, see the physical works at >
https://www.facebook.com/MrBunTheBakerChurchStretton


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
14th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE ARTIST'S MARK ON THE FABRIC OF TIME"
"Rhiannon : Goddess of The Birth Moon"

EXHIBITION >
http://pajart.net

MAGAZINE
>
http://www.peterandrewjones-legendary-art-magazine.net
 
In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci.

If you are visiting , or live in, the local area, see the physical works at >
https://www.facebook.com/MrBunTheBakerChurchStretton


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Click Here For Gallery Entrance


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
13th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE ARTIST'S MARK ON THE FABRIC OF TIME"
"The White Lady of Longnor" (close-up/detail)

EXHIBITION >
http://pajart.net

MAGAZINE
>
http://www.peterandrewjones-legendary-art-magazine.net
 
In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci.

If you are visiting , or live in, the local area, see the physical works at >
https://www.facebook.com/MrBunTheBakerChurchStretton


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Click Here For Gallery Entrance



CONTACT THE ARTIST!
12th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION LAUNCHED"
"THE ARTIST'S MARK ON THE FABRIC OF TIME"
Exhibition Now Fully Launched.

EXHIBITION >
http://pajart.net

MAGAZINE
>
http://www.peterandrewjones-legendary-art-magazine.net
 
In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci.

If you are visiting , or live in, the local area, see the physical works at >
https://www.facebook.com/MrBunTheBakerChurchStretton


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
11th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION LAUNCHED"
"THE ARTIST'S MARK ON THE FABRIC OF TIME"
Exhibition Now Fully Launched.

EXHIBITION >
http://pajart.net

MAGAZINE
>
http://www.peterandrewjones-legendary-art-magazine.net
 
In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci.

If you are visiting , or live in, the local area, see the physical works at >
https://www.facebook.com/MrBunTheBakerChurchStretton



Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
10th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION LAUNCHED"
"THE ARTIST'S MARK ON THE FABRIC OF TIME"
Exhibition Now Fully Launched.

EXHIBITION >
http://pajart.net

MAGAZINE
>
http://www.peterandrewjones-legendary-art-magazine.net

CATALOGUE > http://www.peterandrewjones.net/paintings_science_fiction/swa729.htm
 
In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci.

If you are visiting , or live in, the local area, see the physical works at >
https://www.facebook.com/MrBunTheBakerChurchStretton


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
9th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION LAUNCHED"
"THE ARTIST'S MARK ON THE FABRIC OF TIME"
Exhibition Now Fully Launched.

EXHIBITION >
http://pajart.net

MAGAZINE
>
http://www.peterandrewjones-legendary-art-magazine.net

CATALOGUE > http://www.peterandrewjones.net/paintings_science_fiction/swa727.htm
 
In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci.

If you are visiting , or live in, the local area, see the physical works at >
https://www.facebook.com/MrBunTheBakerChurchStretton

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
8th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION LAUNCHED"
"THE ARTIST'S MARK ON THE FABRIC OF TIME"
Exhibition Now Fully Launched.

EXHIBITION >
http://pajart.net

MAGAZINE
>
http://www.peterandrewjones-legendary-art-magazine.net

CATALOGUE > http://www.peterandrewjones.net/paintings_science_fiction/swa728.htm
 
In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci.

If you are visiting , or live in, the local area, see the physical works at >
https://www.facebook.com/MrBunTheBakerChurchStretton

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
7th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION LAUNCHED"
"THE ARTIST'S MARK ON THE FABRIC OF TIME"
Exhibition Now Fully Launched.

EXHIBITION >
http://pajart.net

MAGAZINE
>
http://www.peterandrewjones-legendary-art-magazine.net

CATALOGUE > http://www.peterandrewjones.net/paintings_science_fiction/swa724.htm
 
In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci.

If you are visiting , or live in, the local area, see the physical works at >
https://www.facebook.com/MrBunTheBakerChurchStretton

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
6th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"FLASH-BACK (and forward)"
 
Blog post.

2015.

3rd Variation sent to collector today.

Bye, bye old friend, I shall miss you . . . . .

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
5th
SOCIAL MEDIA

NEW MAGAZINE ISSUE, EXHIBITION & CATALOGUE UPDATE"

EXHIBITION >
http://pajart.net

MAGAZINE
>
http://www.peterandrewjones-legendary-art-magazine.net

CATALOGUE > http://www.peterandrewjones.net/paintings_science_fiction/swa721.htm
 
"THE ARTIST'S MARK ON THE FABRIC OF TIME"

In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci.

Exhibition Now Launching Over Next Few Days.

Check daily for updates.


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
4th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"NEW MAGAZINE ISSUE, EXHIBITION & CATALOGUE UPDATE"

EXHIBITION >
http://pajart.net

MAGAZINE
>
http://www.peterandrewjones-legendary-art-magazine.net

CATALOGUE > http://www.peterandrewjones.net/paintings_science_fiction/swa721.htm
 
"THE ARTIST'S MARK ON THE FABRIC OF TIME"

In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci.

Exhibition Now Launching Over Next Few Days.

Check daily for updates.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
3rd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

This month's = closing in 26 days..


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
2nd
SOCIAL MEDIA
"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

This month's = closing in 26 days..


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog




CONTACT THE ARTIST!
1st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

This month's = closing in 26 days..


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog





September 2019

CONTACT THE ARTIST!
30th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

This month's = closing in 26 days..


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
29th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

This month's = closing in 26 days..


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
28th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

This month's = closing in 26 days..


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
27th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"NEW MAGAZINE ISSUE, EXHIBITION & CATALOGUE UPDATE"

EXHIBITION >
http://pajart.net

MAGAZINE
>
http://www.peterandrewjones-legendary-art-magazine.net

CATALOGUE > http://www.peterandrewjones.net/paintings_science_fiction/swa723.htm
 
"THE ARTIST'S MARK ON THE FABRIC OF TIME"

In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci.

Exhibition Now Launching Over Next Few Days.

Check daily for updates.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
26th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"
 
Early morning-ish.

Now later than it has been.

The Wheel of The Year is turning.

The Autumn Equinox is now  fully  underway.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
25th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"NEW MAGAZINE ISSUE, EXHIBITION & CATALOGUE UPDATE"

EXHIBITION >
http://pajart.net

MAGAZINE
>
http://www.peterandrewjones-legendary-art-magazine.net

CATALOGUE > http://www.peterandrewjones.net/paintings_science_fiction/swa723.htm
 
"THE ARTIST'S MARK ON THE FABRIC OF TIME"

In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci.

Exhibition Now Launching Over Next Few Days.

Check daily for updates.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
24th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE  - NEW ISSUE"

http://www.peterandrewjones-legendary-art-magazine.net
 
"THE ARTIST'S MARK ON THE FABRIC OF TIME"

In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci.

Autumn Equinox Magazine Edition available over next few days.

Check daily for updates.


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
23rd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"NEW MAGAZINE ISSUE & EXHIBITION"

http://pajart.net
 
"THE ARTIST'S MARK ON THE FABRIC OF TIME"

In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci.

Exhibition Now Launching Over Next Few Days.

Check daily for updates.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
22nd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

AUTUMN EQUINOX EDITION - OUT NOW!

Limited Edition.

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm


It is in celebration of the 500th anniversary of his death this year that we honour the  talent of Leonardo Da Vinci by experimenting with the artistic techniques he used and examining how it, perhaps, influenced a contemporary artist, Peter Andrew Jones
.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
21st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"
 
"Never endingly beautiful.'

6.30am

The Autumn Equinox is underway.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
20th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"NEW MAGAZINE ISSUE & EXHIBITION COMING""
 
The coming week will be "deflationary".

Because, it's been a "lot to do".

So we needed help.

We got her to cast a "reduce workload spell".

It didn't work.

Probably, we should have asked her sooner.

But - we've done it now.

Chill time h. . . . . . .

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
19th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"FLASH-BACK (and forward)"
 
Blog post.

November 2015.

And now, time to make some more Gesso for the up-coming project / exhibition.

Shhhhh! Secret. (Until next week).

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
18th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"FLASH-BACK"
 
Blog post.

September 2015.
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
17th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"FLASH-BACK"
 
Blog post.

September 2015.
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
16th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"FLASH-BACK"
 
Blog post.

September 2015.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
15th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"FLASH-BACK"
 
Blog post.

September 2015.
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
14th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"FLASH-BACK
"
 
Blog post.

September 2015.
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
13th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

This month's = closing in 11 days..


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
12th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
11th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
10th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
9th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
8th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
7th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
6th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
5th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
4th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
3rd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
2nd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
1st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog





August 2019

CONTACT THE ARTIST!
30th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
29th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
28th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
27th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
26th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"IT STARTS WITH SOMETHING SIMPLE"
 
Cosmic Alter ?

Source of creation ?

You tell me !

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
25th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"IT STARTS WITH SOMETHING SIMPLE"
 
Spaceship ?

Robot ?

Space Station  Pod ?

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
24th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"IT STARTS WITH SOMETHING SIMPLE"
 
Dandelion Seed?

Or organic spaceship design?

Or indeed, an alien organic spaceship?

More . . . . . sorting through some old doodles.

Tiny sketchbook piece.


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
23rd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"IT STARTS WITH SOMETHING SIMPLE"
 
More . . . . . sorting through some old doodles.

Tiny sketchbook piece.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
22nd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"
IT STARTS WITH SOMETHING SIMPLE"
 
Sorting through some old doodles.

Tiny sketchbook piece.
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
21st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

THE PRIMITIVE - part 4 of 4.
Peter Andrew Jones, responsible for the cover art of this book, focuses on Vardis in his new reality, at the beginning of his "adventure." Lying, unable, distant, the maximum that he can act in this situation is to curse the peasants on the small spaceship. Has the worst ever happened to him? The pink atmosphere beneath the main nave symbolizes the love of her mother that he will never know again, while daylight and the blue of the sky, above all, give the (last) hope to Vardis - symbolized by the landscape of oasis in which the protagonist finds himself - who forcibly enters a new phase of life and will need to stand alone in this situation.
Drama and hope combined into a futuristic scene with mastery. This time the mark of our artist that combines explosions and impending combat was magically replaced by an internal conflict whose solution is not guaranteed in a happy ending. Only PAJ could be able to provide so much emotion in just one scene.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
20th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

THE PRIMITIVE - part 3 of 4.
One of his works - "The Primitive" - tells the life of Leon Vardis, a being corrupted by violence. Educated on the edge of a small village by his solitary mother who was not wholly welcome in the community, the peasants burn her like a witch on the primitive planet of Rhome. Banned for the metropolitan planet of Joslen, he learns to be a peasant, then a space mercenary, and finally a stellar merchant. He finally sees an opportunity to act when he becomes aware of the hypnotic jewels of far Shergol, a fundamental part of his vengeful plan. Vardis becomes more relentless as the novel progresses. In the book, the focus is on how people treat themselves from Leon's point of view, rather than the aspects of science fiction per se. Vadis is a rebel but needs to adapt himself to the new situation. The sudden changes in the plot and the characters indicate that the book looks like a series of stories superimposed one by one, which gives a dark tone to the plot. Its pace is full of action.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
19th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm


THE PRIMITIVE - part 2 of 4.
An avid sci-fi reader and fantasy pulp in his youth in 1938, Tubb made contact with other British fans and made his first attempts to write in the genre. "My first attempts were written for my own pleasure," he later told New Worlds magazine, "and now are perfect examples of what not to do." Tubb discovered that he had a special talent as a storyteller in that genre when his short story "No Short Cuts" was published in New Worlds magazine in 1951. Previously a print machine vendor, he opted for a full-time career as a writer and soon became known for the speed and diversity of his production.
Tubb has contributed to many of the science fiction magazines of the 1950s, including Futuristic Science Stories, Science Fantasy, Nebula, Galaxy Science Fiction and most notably Authentic Science Fiction. He rarely found good writers to contribute to the magazine, so he often wrote most of the stories himself. He was also one of the co-founders of the British Science Fiction Association. Award-winning author, he won five times the Nebula Literary Prize Science Fiction Magazine (1953-1958) and the 1955 Cytricon Literary Award for Best British Writer of Science Fiction. Your story "Lucifer!" won the European Prize in 1972. In 2010, his novel The Possessed (2005, a revised version of Touch of Evil [1959]) won the Italia Award for Best International Romance.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
18th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

THE PRIMITIVE- part 1 of 4.
Edwin Charles Tubb was born in London on October 15, 1919 and died on September 10, 2010 in the same city. British author of hundreds of texts from science fiction, fantasy and novels, was also known as E. C. Tubb. His most famous work is The Dumarest Saga.
Praised by the legendary Michael Moorcock, Tubb also used 57 other pseudonyms such as Charles Gray, Gregory Kern, Carl Maddox, Alan Guthrie, Eric Storm and George Holt. And even pseudonyms that others author  have also used, such as Volsted Gridban, Gill Hunt, King Lang, Roy Sheldon, and Brian Shaw.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
17th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"
 
"Spooky!'

Shot on the way back from the pub.

(I only had two beers, really, honestly . . . .

Oh all right, OK, yes, it was three).

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
16th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"
 
"Summer Pastures".

Can you NOW see the sheep?

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
15th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"
 
"Summer Pastures".

Can you see the sheep?

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
14th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CATALOGUE UPDATE"

Gamichicoth
 
Update to web catalogue complete >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/paintings_science_fiction/swa405.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
13th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CATALOGUE UPDATE"
 
That looks like a deadly potion!

Processing update to web catalogue >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/paintings_science_fiction/swa405.htm



Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
12th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CATALOGUE UPDATE"
 
Arrrrgghhh!!!

Scary!

Processing update to web catalogue >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/paintings_science_fiction/swa405.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
11th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"
 
In the early hours..

"En Plein Air" beckons . . . . . . . !

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
10th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART GALLERY"

Hugely enjoyable first week of exhibition.
Looking forward to the coming week.

From the BOOK >

THE LEGEND OF RHIANNON

Currently you can view >

via the web at > LEGENDARY ART GALLERY

or, if in the local area, at  >  Mr. BUN THE BAKER

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
9th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART GALLERY"

First week of exhibition.

From the BOOK >

THE LEGEND OF RHIANNON

Currently you can view >

via the web at > LEGENDARY ART GALLERY

or, if in the local area, at  >  Mr. BUN THE BAKER

Enjoy!

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
8th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART GALLERY"

Launch week & first exhibition.

From the BOOK >

THE LEGEND OF RHIANNON

Now the hard work starts.
(Well, it was hard work putting it together, but . . . . .
now the _really_ hard work starts -
keeping to a show schedule each quarter year.

Watch this space.

Anyway, at least it's a start!

Currently you can view >

via the web at > LEGENDARY ART GALLERY

or, if in the local area, at  >  Mr. BUN THE BAKER

Enjoy!

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
7th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART GALLERY"

Announcing our launch & first exhibition!

THE LEGEND OF RHIANNON.


Exhibition launched today
.

You can view >

via the web at > LEGENDARY ART GALLERY

or, if in the local area, at  >  Mr. BUN THE BAKER

Enjoy!

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
6th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION GOING LIVE TOMORROW"
 
The legend of Rhiannon.


Exhibition ready for launch tomorrow
.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
5th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION GOING LIVE"
 
This piece >

"The Gorsedd Mound
" (detail).

The legend of Rhiannon.


Exhibition ready for launch this week
.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
4th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION ALMOST READY"
 
This piece >

"Rhiannon - Goddess of The Birth Moon
" (Full shot).

The legend of Rhiannon.


Nearly finished upgrading one of our books.

Exhibition ready for launch next week
.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
3rd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION ALMOST READY"
 
This piece >

"Rhiannon - Goddess of The Birth Moon" (Mid-shot)

The legend of Rhiannon.


Continuing to upgrade one of our books.

Exhibition now ready for launch next week
.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
2nd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION ALMOST READY"
 
This piece >

"Rhiannon - Goddess of The Birth Moon
" (close-up).

The legend of Rhiannon.


Continuing to upgrade one of our books.

Exhibition now ready for launch next week
.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
1st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION ALMOST READY"
 
This piece >

"For All The Trouble He'd Caused Her
" (semi-full view).

The legend of Rhiannon.


Continuing to upgrade one of our books.

Exhibition final installment getting ready for launch early next week
.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog





July 2019

CONTACT THE ARTIST!
31st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION COMING"
 
This piece >

"For All The Trouble He'd Caused Her"  (detail).

The legend of Rhiannon.


Continuing to upgrade one of our books.

Exhibition almost ready for launch
.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
30th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION COMING"
 
This piece >

"The Golden Bowl" (full view).

The legend of Rhiannon.


Continuing to upgrade one of our books.

Exhibition almost ready for launch
.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
29th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION COMING"
 
This piece >

"The Golden Bowl" (detail).

The legend of Rhiannon.


Continuing to upgrade one of our books.

Exhibition almost ready for launch
.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
28th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION COMING"
 
This piece >

"I shall never be his".

The legend of Rhiannon.


Upgrading one of our books.

Exhibition getting ready for launch
.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
27th
SOCIAL MEDIA


"EXHIBITION COMING"
 
This piece >

"I shall never be his".
(Close-up.)

The legend of Rhiannon.


Upgrading one of our books.

Exhibition coming together.



Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
26th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION COMING"
 
This piece >

"The Badger in The Bag".

The legend of Rhiannon.


Upgrading one of our books.

Exhibition being put together whilst re-editing book.


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
25th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION COMING"
 
This piece >

"The Badger in The Bag".

The legend of Rhiannon.


Upgrading one of our books.

Exhibition being put together whilst re-editing book.


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
24th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION COMING"
 
This piece >

"A Creature of the Night".

The legend of Rhiannon.


Upgrading one of our books.

So, framing the illustrations for an exhibition whilst editing.


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
23rd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION COMING"
 
This piece >

"A Creature of the Night".

Close-up.

The legend of Rhiannon.


Upgrading one of our books.

So, framing the illustrations for an exhibition whilst editing.


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
22nd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION COMING"
 
Upgrading one of our books.

So, framing the illustrations for an exhibition whilst editing.

This piece >

"Penance at the gate".

The legend of Rhiannon.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
21st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CATALOGUE UPDATE"
 
Update to web catalogue >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/paintings_science_fiction/swa708.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
20th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CATALOGUE UPDATE"
 
Update to web catalogue >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/paintings_science_fiction/swa708.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
19th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"
EXHIBITION COMING"
 
Sunday is a "day of rest".

Apparently.

So, I'm taking the day off (to do some work).

Starting to get pieces together for an upcoming exhibition.

Hammer and nails at the ready!

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
18th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"
 
In the early hours..

Time to get the studio up and running.

But - "En Plein Air" first . . . . . . . !

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
17th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"
 
Late evening.

Cool  breeze and full moon now passing . . . .

And I can report, there are no Werewolves around this evening.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
16th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"
 
Early morning.

Cool  breeze and heavy mist.

Peace . . . . . .

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
15th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"
IN THE STUDIO TODAY"

Ultimate pagination day continues!

After a year, and more, of studio output, finally completing, individual, one-off book for a collector.

After so much work, I will miss it when shipped this week . . . . . . .

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
14th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"

Early hours . . . . . .

Waiting . . . . for confirmation of a Painter's paradise!


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
13th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"
IN THE STUDIO TODAY"
 
Finalising year-long (and more!) book project.

Ultimate pagination day!

Rare, individual, one-off for a collector.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
12th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW TOWARDS THE STUDIO"

Early hours, looking back towards the studio . . . . . .

Clouds over the Longmynd.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
11th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CATALOGUE UPDATE"
 
Update to web catalogue >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/paintings_science_fiction/swa587.htm

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
10th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"

Light, dark, contrast, mood . . . . . .

Painter's paradise!

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
9th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"
CATALOGUE UPDATE"
 
Update to web catalogue >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/paintings_science_fiction/swa588.htm
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
8th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

GONE TO PRESS - OUT NOW!

Limited Edition (and closing now).

Last chance to get this current issue >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm


Enjoy!


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
7th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"

Spot the sheep . . . . . .

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
6th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

OUT NOW!

Now Limited Edition.

Order now to avoid missing it >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm


Enjoy!


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
5th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

OUT NOW!

Now Limited Edition.

Order now to avoid missing it >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm


Enjoy!


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
4th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

OUT NOW!

Now Limited Edition.

Order now to avoid missing it >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm


Enjoy!


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
3rd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

OUT NOW!

Now Limited Edition.

Order now to avoid missing it >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm


Enjoy!


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
2nd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

OUT NOW!

Now Limited Edition.

Order now to avoid missing it >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm


Enjoy!


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
1st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

OUT NOW!

Now Limited Edition.

Order now to avoid missing it >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm


Enjoy!


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog



June 2019

CONTACT THE ARTIST!
30th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
29th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
28th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
27th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
26th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
25th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

DUNGEONQUEST - part 4 of 4.
Peter Andrew Jones gave prominence to the great concern of the game: the dragon awakened. Standing and furious, its flames will soon take up the entire room in which a suicide warrior is found defying it - he probably already knows he has nothing to lose in this situation, after all, an archway behind the monster seems to be the only escape to the lonely hero. Here, Jones shows to the admirer his two forms in art: sometimes he is the dragon, sometimes he is the hero. Perhaps this is the best work that sums him up: the most imposing creature, who upon awakening his artistic creation annuls everything around him, and the most audacious creator, who has defied the parameters of Fantasy Art for decades.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
24th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

DUNGEONQUEST - part 3 of 4.
Two expansions were released for the English version of the game, originally released as Drakborgen II. The first, Heroes for Dungeonquest (1987), adds twelve new heroes and many additional cards and tokens. The new heroes present new mechanics and special abilities. The second expansion, Dungeonquest Catacombs (1988), added another 20 pieces, as well as other cards for monsters, encounters and objects. In all, it contained 28 additional cards for the game. This expansion also added to the ability of players to explore the main board, even without any catacombs. Games Workshop versions used Citadel Miniatures for characters.
The game is simple and can be good fun for the family, but has peculiarities and not be monotonous, and can generate many stories. The highlight goes to the quality of its components, of high standard.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
23rd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

DUNGEONQUEST - part 2 of 4.
Each player starts on a different edge of the board, each one's passages will also be different from each other. Players may encounter doors (blocking the way ahead), drawbridges (blocking the path left behind), debris (blocking the way), traps (which kill players), darkness (players continue their way in a random direction) and corridor segments (which "accelerate" the path traveled). If a player gets stuck in a certain part, he can spend a turn looking for a secret door that will allow him to walk past a previously impassable wall.
Each character begins with a magic ring, which allows player to clear a trap, heal himself (or other players) or blind the monsters. Players can also find magic potions that virtually kill them if swallowed. Strings are easy to find in chests, not armor or weapons.
There are four basic characters with values distributed in strength, agility, armor, luck and life points. Only one of the characters has a special feature, besides having a beast. All adventurers are male.


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
22nd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

DUNGEONQUEST - part 1 of 4.
Dungeonquest (sometimes known as Dungeon Quest) is an adventure boardgame set in a fantasy setting that resembles classic RPGs like Dungeons & Dragons and Warhammer Fantasy. Two Games Workshop employees discovered this game in Sweden and liked it so much that they "begged" for their license to produce it in the UK.
In this game, players must explore the ruins of Dragonfire Castle and collect the treasure before their time runs out, or collect as much treasure as possible before escaping from that place. When the time is ended, the dragon in the room wakes up, and all who are in the chamber are burned and lose all their treasure as they run screaming.
Like a map to be explored, the gameboard is revealed only as it progresses. The game contains, in all, 115 spaces for players and monsters to walk to find the treasure room. Players may witness collapses or encounters with monsters during their mission, which hampers their progress. In such encounters, players may attack, wait or flee by screaming. The monster buys a card from the stack of monster cards and reveals how the monster reacts to its movement. If a battle occurs, combat is decided on stone-paper-scissors.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog





CONTACT THE ARTIST!
21st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

June 21st = Summer  issue.

Now Limited Edition.

Out now.

Order now to avoid missing it >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm


Enjoy!

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
20th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

June 21st = Summer  issue.

Now Limited Edition.

Why do spaceships look the way they do?

Order now to avoid missing it >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
19th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

June 21st = Summer  issue.

Now Limited Edition.

The story behind the spaceships.

Order now to avoid missing it >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
18th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

June 21st = Summer  issue.

Now Limited Edition.

OK, OK, I admit it, there's quite a lot about spaceships in it . . . . . . . .

Order now to avoid missing it >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
17th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

June 21st = Summer  issue.

Now Limited Edition.

In fact, it might be quite a lot about spaceships . . . . . . . .

Order now to avoid missing it >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
16th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

June 21st = Summer  issue.

Now Limited Edition.

Not just about spaceships, but, then again . . . . . . . .

Order now to avoid missing it >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
15th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

June 21st = Summer  issue.

Now Limited Edition.

Ready for landing . . . . . . . .

Order now to avoid missing it >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
14th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

June 21st = Summer  issue.

Now Limited Edition.

It's a bi of an Odyssey. . . . . . .

Order now to avoid missing it >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
13h
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

June 21st = Summer  issue.

Now Limited Edition.

More than just asteroids . . . . . .

Order now to avoid missing it >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
12th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

June 21st = Summer  issue.

Now Limited Edition.

But no need to cry, it can be yours.

Order now to avoid missing it >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
11th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

June 21st = Summer  issue.

Now Limited Edition.

Flap your wings, and get on board!

Order now to avoid missing it >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
10th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

June 21st = Summer  issue.

Now Limited Edition.

It's on a little bit scary :)

Order now to avoid missing it >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
9th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

June 21st = Summer  issue.

Now Limited Edition.

Order now to avoid missing it >

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/hello.htm

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
8th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEGENDARY ART MAGAZINE"

Out soon - summer  issue.

Now Limited Edition, so don't wait!

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
7th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"

No!

It's for the birds.

Please, can you not go find a tree to climb?!

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
6th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"

Early evening.

After the rain.

Summer? (making its mind up maybe . . . . . )


Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
5th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"

Early morning.

Summer returns.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
4th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"

Early morning.

Summer?

Temporarily on hold!

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
3rd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"WAY BACK WHEN . . . ."
 
Ron Goulart.

Flux and The Tin Angel.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
2nd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"WAY BACK WHEN . . . ."
 
Jack Womack.

Ambient
.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
1st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"WAY BACK WHEN . . . ."
 
Science Fiction = The Great Years.

Carol & Frederik Pohl.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog





May 2019

CONTACT THE ARTIST!
31st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"WAY BACK WHEN . . . ."
 
Murray Leinster.

Best of (and how!)
.
 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
30th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"WAY BACK WHEN . . . ."
 
Colin Kapp

The Wizard of Anharitte.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
29th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"WAY BACK WHEN . . . ."
 
Perry Rhodan 17.

Kurt Mahr - The Venus Trap.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
28th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"WAY BACK WHEN . . . ."
 
M. John Harrison.

The Centauri Device.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
27th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"WAY BACK WHEN . . . ."
 
Larry Niven.

The Patchwork Girl.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
26th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"WAY BACK WHEN . . . ."
 
The Dark Twin.

Marion Campbell.


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
25th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"WAY BACK WHEN . . . ."
 
Ah . . . ., Kult.

Mnnnnn . . . . . . . :)


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
24th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"WAY BACK WHEN . . . ."
 
Mick Farren.

Synaptic Manhunt

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
23rd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

BEYOND THE BARRIER - part 4 of 4.
His works are kept in the Special Collections of the University of Oregon and the University Archives.
In one of his books, “Beyond the Barrier”, originally known as "The Tree of Time," published in The Magazine of Fantasy and Sience Fiction in two parts (December 1963 and January 1964), Gordon Naismith is a university professor in Los Angeles of the future (1980), space travel future, "visiphones" and a machine that can duplicate people so they can attend several places at the same time (the professor, for example, uses it to teach the same class to several rooms at the same time). Naismith is a victim of amnesia and has only memories of the last four years, and yet they are not very reliable memories.
Thanks to strange interactions with mysterious characters (such as the Uglies - hybrids of green frogs and humans) and dreams, Naismith realizes that he is not native to the time and place he lives, especially when a student asks him "what is a zug?" He belongs to a zero gravity environment 20,000 years into the future, where he was both a dancer and a soldier in a war against aliens, who was sent to Los Angeles in the 20th century on some sort of mission he does not remember, and other travelers from the time of his environment want to manipulate and blackmail him to the point of being told that he has committed murder, which he, of course, cannot remember. Naismith, in time, discovers that he is not a human, but a Shefth - a class of warriors immune to poison - and who must stop that “zug”, a violent alien race, from going back to the future, from whence it came.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

In a distorted and complicated plot, the reader is never sure of the veracity of Naismith's ideas. Knight's style is weak and there is little characterization, but there are fun sci-fi gadgets such as robots, weapons and vehicles and so on. This novel more like a wild and crazy ride, with several totally unexpected moments.
Peter Andrew Jones created the cover art for Damon Knight’s book. The spheres of the field and the sky seem to be the boundaries of the plot, one linked to Earth (1980) and another to the universe (the future distant to 20,000 years), although the scenario does not look anything like L.A. The foreground mushrooms represent the strong presence of the hallucinogenic and humorous element of the plot, while the starship in the second plan would represent the other side of the narrative: the sober tone of the war. Humans in the third plan are the allegory of suspense, as they run to an unknown destination (the same situation as the lost Naismith) and, in the fourth plan, the enigmatic space-time barrier. The hands of the human characters almost touch each other, which suggests the idea of the difficulty in establishing coherence in the search for the "truth" in the book. Like the book, it is difficult to know which element has greater relevance in this painting, and such confusion well illustrates the challenge of reading a writer like Knight, sometimes unfairly downgraded by criticism. Was PAJ the very "zug" in our own time, an envoy from another cosmic plane to (supposedly) provide us with contemporary artworks? All I know is that he was the one to capture the essence of this novel in colors and shapes. Or maybe not? Sorry, I was confused right now, same as Naismith ...




CONTACT THE ARTIST!
22nd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

BEYOND THE BARRIER - part 3 of 4.
The stories that Knight published in the 1940s did not draw much interest from readers. In the following decade, Knight succeeded with his darkly humorous urban tales such as the famous “To Serve Man” (1950), “Four in One” (1953), “Babel II” (1953), “The Country of the Kind” (1956) and “Stranger Station” (1956). In the late 1950s, he chose to publish some of his best works in smaller periodicals. In the 60's, his production is not so prominent.
Knight was the founder of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA), co-founder of the National Fantasy Fan Federation, co-founder of Workshop Writer's Milford, and co-founder of Clarion Writers Workshop. SFWA officials and former presidents named Knight his 13th Grand Master in 1994. After his death in 2002, the Associate Award was renamed to the Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master Award in his honor. The Science Fiction Hall of Fame introduced it in 2003.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
21st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

BEYOND THE BARRIER - part 2 of 4.
In 1943 he became assistant editor of Popular Publications, a series of Pulp magazines. He later worked for a literary agency, then returned to Popular Publications as assistant editor of Super Science Stories. In 1950 and 1951 he was editor of Worlds Beyond, but the magazine published only three editions; later edited IF for three editions in 1958 and 1959.
Knight was long known to be a book reviewer, and one of his greatest achievements was to have been the first major science fiction outstanding critic. His most famous review was a review for Larry Shaw's fanzine Destiny's Child in 1945 about A. E. van Vogt's “The World of A”. From there he reviewed and reviewed for amateur and professional magazines like Infinity and The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, always insisting on the relevance of literary standards to science fiction. His first revisions were compiled in In Search of Wonder: Essays on Modern Science Fiction, of 1956, expanded and revised the following year and one more time in 1996. Still in 1956 it conquered an Hugo Award besides "better reviewer" in the same year and, in 1975, the Pilgrim Award from the Science Fiction Research Association and a 50-year Retro-Hugo in 2001 with the best tale of 1950.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
20th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

BEYOND THE BARRIER - part 1 of 4.
Damon Knight was born in Baker, Oregon, in 1922, and grew up in Hood River, in the same State. He was an USA author and editor. Like many science fiction writers, Knight became involved in SF Fandom. In 1941 he was a member of the Futurians (a group of science fiction fans many of whom became editors and writers also, which lasted from 1937 to 1945) in New York, where he shared an apartment with Robert A.W. Lowndes and met James Blish, C.M. Kornbluth, Frederik Pohl, among others.
His first professional sale was a cartoon for Amazing Stories magazine. His first published article (for which he received no payment) was named “Resilience” for the Stirring Science Stories in February 1941. His first story, “The Itching Hour”, appeared in the Futurist Fantasy issue in 1940.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
19th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"SIMULACRA" - The Card Game

Realms Card - newly created.

"The Steps To The River"
.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
18th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"SIMULACRA" - The Card Game

Realms Card - newly created.

"The Hidden Castle"
.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
17th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"SIMULACRA" - The Card Game

Realms Card - newly created.

"Sunrise Valley"
.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
16th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"

Early morning again - our very unusual, visitor,.

Lost?

Looking for its' mother perhaps?


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
15th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"

Early morning - an even more, and very unusual, visitor.

Never seen before from the studio.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
14th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"

Early morning unexpected visitor.

Beautiful!

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
13th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
12th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
11th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
10th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
9th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
8th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
7th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

Federation of Free Traders part 6 of 6.
Peter Andrew Jones was responsible for the cover art and other variants of it, and they are also disclosed in the game rules manual. The spacecraft "faces" the player in front, symbolizing the onslaught that is about to happen. Unlike the other more realistic starships, here the artist prized for the basic geometric forms as circles (both the main nave and the one inside the letter "O" of the acronym), triangles (formed by symmetrical projectiles), stars (formed in red by the projectile explosions) and straight lines (as they look straight at the starship, their wings form two lines parallel to each other, much like those of the Star Wars tie fighters). Even so, art is far from simple and highlights the golden color with its "halo", which represents both the "sanctity" of free traders and the pursuit of gold (profit), the color of that precious metal. The starship shows itself the wind rose with its black circles at each of its extremities, and the black of the absence of light from outer space gives all deserved prominence to the space vessel.
Such imposition only hastens us to make a decision: going against or in favor of this shocking masterpiece? Captain PAJ has already shown that he did not come to play…

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
6th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

Federation of Free Traders part 5 of 6.
The game has received mixed reviews in ACE magazines: Advanced Computer Entertainment, Antic's, Amiga Format, Amiga Magazine, Amiga Plus, Amiga Computing, AUI, CU-Amiga 64, Computer + Video Games, Datormagazin, The Games Machine, The One for 16- bit Games, ST Amiga Format, Zzap.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
5th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

Federation of Free Traders part 4 of 6.
After the fall of the Space Police, space became the home of roving bands of pirates. Surviving in this chaos depended on having a fast ship and powerful weapons. The surviving police pilots became known as "free traders." Soon, the best pilots began to enlist as ship-scouts owned by rich merchants who sought to profit from this anarchy. To counter this threat, the pirates gathered and attacked them with violence. Many pilots died trying to fight against huge pirate forces, so they teamed up and in a big battle killed most of the pirates, so that today piracy is just a small problem. This group of pilots became known as Federation of Free Traders.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
4th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

Federation of Free Traders part 3 of 6.
After the fall of the Space Police, space became the home of roving bands of pirates. Surviving in this chaos depended on having a fast ship and powerful weapons. The surviving police pilots became known as "free traders." Soon, the best pilots began to enlist as ship-scouts owned by rich merchants who sought to profit from this anarchy. To counter this threat, the pirates gathered and attacked them with violence. Many pilots died trying to fight against huge pirate forces, so they teamed up and in a big battle killed most of the pirates, so that today piracy is just a small problem. This group of pilots became known as Federation of Free Traders.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
3rd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

Federation of Free Traders part 2 of 6.
Its purpose is similar to the famous game Elite, involving spatial simulation and business exploration. The player has the task of exploring and discovering the billions of galaxies and planets generated by the process.


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
2nd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

Federation of Free Traders part 1 of 6.
Federation of Free Traders, better known by its acronym (F.O.R.T.), is a computer game for released in 1987 developed and published by Gremlin Interactive for computer formats Amiga and Atari ST.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
1st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog





April 2019
CONTACT THE ARTIST!
30th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
29th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
28th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
27th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
26th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
25th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION"

Organising a local exhibition.

"The Seashore Faery"

Close-up detail.


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
24th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION"

Organising a local exhibition.

"The Seashore Faery"

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
23rd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION"

Organising a local exhibition.

Partial display shot.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
22nd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION"

Organising a local exhibition.

"The Seashore Faery"

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
21st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION"

Contribution to the >

"As if" exhibition.

Original version for >


"THE FEMALE MAN"
Joanna Russ - Star Books, Science Fiction, 1977


and more recent variation.

http://www.drawingcenter.org

THE DRAWING CENTER
is located in the historic neighborhood of SoHo, in New York.

The Drawing Center is the only fine arts institution in the U.S. to focus solely on the exhibition of drawings, both historical and contemporary.



 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
20th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION"

Contribution to the >

"As if" exhibition.

My book cover for >

"THE FEMALE MAN"
Joanna Russ - Star Books, Science Fiction, 1977


Close-up shot.

http://www.drawingcenter.org

THE DRAWING CENTER
is located in the historic neighborhood of SoHo, in New York.

The Drawing Center is the only fine arts institution in the U.S. to focus solely on the exhibition of drawings, both historical and contemporary.

It was established in 1977 to provide opportunities for emerging and under-recognized artists; to demonstrate the significance and diversity of drawings throughout history; and to stimulate public dialogue on issues of art and culture.



 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
19th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION"

Contribution to the >

"As if" exhibition.

My book cover for >

"THE FEMALE MAN"
Joanna Russ - Star Books, Science Fiction, 1977

http://www.drawingcenter.org

THE DRAWING CENTER
is located in the historic neighborhood of SoHo, in New York.

Their galleries provide "an intimate and human scale viewing experience" and has been called "one of the city's most highly respected small art museums" by The New York Times.


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
18th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION"

Organising a local exhibition.

"The Forgotten Spell"

Detail

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
17th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION"

Organising a local exhibition.

"The Forgotten Spell"

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
16th
SOCIAL MEDIA
"EXHIBITION"

Organising a local exhibition.

"Spiky Naughtiness"

Close-up.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
15th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION"

Organising a local exhibition.

"Spiky Naughtiness"

More, soon . . . .

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
14th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"

Early morning from the studio window. (close-up

Spring HAS definitely arrived!

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
13th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"

Early morning from the studio window.

Spring HAS arrived!

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
12th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION"

Organising a local exhibition.

"The Falorn Faery"

More, soon . . . .

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
11th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION"

Organising a local exhibition.

"The Falorn Faery"

More, soon . . . .

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
10th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"EXHIBITION"

Organising a local exhibition.

More, soon . . . .

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
9th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"SIMULACRA" - The Card Game

Realms Card - newly created.

"Starfish Cove"
.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
8th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"

Early evening over the Ragleth.

At last, a day of sunshine!.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
7th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"

Early morning from over the Caradoc.

Just before clouds rolled-in.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
6th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"

It came, and went.

One-day snow event!

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
5th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
4th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
3rd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
2nd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
1st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

March 2019





CONTACT THE ARTIST!
31st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
30th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
29th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
28th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
27th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
26th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"SIMULACRA" - The Card Game

Realms Card - newly created.

"The Blossoming Boughs"
.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
25th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"SIMULACRA" - The Card Game

Realms Card - newly created.

"The Snowbound Path"
.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
24th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

Colin Kapp's "The Wizard of Anharitte" part 3 of 3.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones


Peter Andrew Jones preferred to maintain the coherence of the narrative made by the antagonist and portrays it in the cover art: Two humanoid beings in a curious mini-ship seem to face the reader in a challenging way. In their eyes there are the mysterious black, the color of darkness, along with unexpected muscles sprouting from the middle of the male's forearm, which seems to be the leader of the pair. The Rogetian couple does not seem to be intimidated by the reader – the same feeling they would demonstrate to the "wizard" - and even the clarity of the scene in this inhospitable place cannot takes away the suspense of this encounter about to turn into a conflict. And only the star (in the depths of the sky) and the reading will solve this mystery created by our master of the arts.






CONTACT THE ARTIST!
23rd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

Colin Kapp's "The Wizard of Anharitte" part 2 of 3.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog







Kapp's third novel was “The Wizard of Anharitte” (1973), which is science fiction despite the title reminiscent of fantasy. Its story happens in Roget, a feudal planet, but also an important point of transfer to interstellar commerce. When one of the local nobles - the "mage" - begins to educate his slaves and take measures to reform local society, the free-trade organization of the outside world discovers that he is a Terran and decides to oppose him, both by political and economic reasons, as for murder, if necessary. From then to the rest of the book is basically a duel between the two opposing forces, with some quite intelligent parts highlighted.

This book was an improvement on the rather "mechanical" style used by Kapp in his first two novels, much like the books of A.E. van Vogt without his occasional inventiveness. The wizard is too perfect to be trusted; he anticipates every move of his opponents and always has a card up his sleeve. The most interesting aspect is that Kapp tells the whole story from the point of view of one of the "villains", although he shifts sideways at the end.









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
22nd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

Colin Kapp's "The Wizard of Anharitte" part 1 of 3.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog







Derek Ivor Colin Kapp, best known only as Colin Kapp, was born in 1928, in Southwark, South London, son of John LF Kapp and Annie M.A. He was a British science fiction writer whose work encompasses dozens of published short stories and a dozen of novels, dying in 2007. He is best known for his stories about unorthodox engineers.

Author and electronic engineer, he began his career at the Mullard Radio Valve Company, and later became a freelance electroplating consultant, professional specialization who was instrumental in the history of "Hunger Over Sweet Waters" (New Writings, 1965). He made his science fiction debut with "Life Plan" for "New Worlds" magazine in November 1958, and much of his best texts soon appeared, including "Lambda I" (December 1962) and "Transfinite Man" (November 1963 to January 1964, as "The Dark Mind").









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
21st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"SIMULACRA" - The Card Game

Realms Card - newly created.

"The Icy Clearing"
.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
20th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"SIMULACRA" - The Card Game

Realms Card - newly created.

"The Rotting Undergrowth"
.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
19th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"SIMULACRA" - The Card Game

Realms Card - newly created.

"The Sacred Castle"
.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
18th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CLOSE-UPS FROM THE ARCHIVE"

Ixia (detail)

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
17th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CLOSE-UPS FROM THE ARCHIVE"

Shadowitch (detail)

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
16th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CLOSE-UPS FROM THE ARCHIVE"

Pheonix Without Ashes (detail)

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
15th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CLOSE-UPS FROM THE ARCHIVE"

Orn (detail)


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
14th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CLOSE-UPS FROM THE ARCHIVE"

The Crypts Of Terror (Demonspawn 2) 
 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
13th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE UNSEEN PICTURES"

The Devil's in the detail!

The Sacrifice of Ruanon (variant).


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
12th
SOCIAL MEDIA
"IN CASE YOU MISSED IT"

FLASHBACK.
Legendary Art Magazine

Detail from issue 1.

Spring 2018 issue.


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
11th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"IN CASE YOU MISSED IT"

FLASHBACK.
Legendary Art Magazine

Detail from issue 1.

Spring 2018 issue.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
11th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"

Early morning from over the Caradoc.

Seems Merlin really has stirred in his cave on this occasion!
 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
10th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"

Early morning - the opposite side of the Stretton gap..

Sprinklings of snow and mist . . . . . . .

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
9th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"

Early morning from over the Caradoc.

I can almost sense Merlin stirring in his cave . . . . . . .

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
8th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog


CONTACT THE ARTIST!
7th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

Freya, the indolent Persian cat, was stalking a mouse through the kitchen garden.

The mouse was wily, but the cat determined to catch it, tease it, carry it home and leave it in the stately withdrawing room.

The mouse was beginning to suffer fatigue, his legs to feel like lead.

Indeed, Freya was on the verge of catching her prey, when the Witch appeared round the corner.

She didn’t like mice, nor Persian cats but, of the two, she was inclined to prefer tiny
mouses.

She uttered an oath and cracking her knuckles, stared at Freya with wide, venomous eyes.

Her gaze burned the face of the Persian cat.

Burned so hot that she fled back through the garden, back down the road and shot into “her” fire lit kitchen.

The end....


Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
6th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

The weather had turned clement, summer spring like and perfect for open topped drives in the countryside.

I always searched the car before setting off to check for the presence of unwanted passengers.

This particular day had dawned sunny and breezy, just right for a swell canter or gallop.
I saddled my horse, and hit the trail, feeling on top of world.

As I cantered across the open fields, I saw the Elves, the Imps and the Pixies.

These ill mannered beings were racing each other upon their Elf-size motorbikes.

They rode at top speed with nary a care, impeding the passage of those on horseback or headed t’wards the hills.

Above them soared a Red Kite, a Buzzard and a Condor seeking an easy prey.

The birds circled and swooped, dived on the air currants, waiting for an inattentive morsel,

Their 20/20 vision alighted upon the Elves and their various cohorts One could tell that they were assessing the situation.

With power and grace, they dived as one and each scooped an Elf from the seat of his motorcycle.

T’was those creatures good fortune that their clothes were inedible and they wriggled too much to permit for safe passage.

The birds dropped their prey, departing elsewhere and the Elves, Imps and Pixies headed home to the garden....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
5th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

The Cook had retrieved an itty bitty kitten, a Calico kitten abandoned and frightened, left at the side of the road.

She adopted it forthwith, kept it warm, clean and fed milk using an eensy weensy baby bottle.

The kitten played and slept, ate and explored, enclosed safely behind the tightly closed
kitchen door.

The household staff were inclined to pet it and spoil it, but the Cook refused to permit them to do so.

The garden residents had been kept in the dark; however, it was par for the course that the Elves, Imps and Pixies found out.

Intent upon giving the kitten a fright, they contrived somehow to break into the kitchen.

The world outside was pitch black, but the house, itself, was illumined by nightlights
‘aglowing.

The kitten was curled into a miniature ball, fast asleep, though its ears did, occasionally,
twitch.

The Elves, Imps and Pixies crept through the kitchen, keeping quiet, as quiet, as quiet as mice.

As they neared the cat basket, the kitten sneezed, wrinkled its nose, opened an eye and froze.

Its fur stood on end, it mewed fit to bust, setting off the kitten alarum.

The household staff tumbled out of bed and I took the stairs to the basement two at a time.

The Elves, Imps and Pixies spent the rest of the night locked in an icy cold, unused, cellar room....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
4th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"CURRENT NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

I had, perforce, to go away for some days to see my agent and various business associates.

The house was left, I knew, in the capable hands of the Housekeeper, the Cook and Head Gardener.

The time passed quickly, so busy was I, that two weeks seemed but a minute.

I arrived back at the house in time for dinner, an after dinner brandy and a smoke in the coolly dark garden.

The Owl hooted from deep in the wood and the night creatures went about their pre-programmed business.

The night Faeries were dressed to the nines in Angora wool cloaks, scarves and mittens and caps. Upon their feet they sported, waterproof, tree bark booties.

I glimpsed a Witch, an unknown, in the tennis courts, her cauldron bubbling nicely.
She turned about and her face knocked me out, line drawn, unhealthy and wart covered.

Our resident Witch didn’t know her.
The Wizard knew her and refused to have anything to do with her, for her bite was much worse than her bark.

Poisonous.

Rather than imperil the dogs by giving them the task of getting rid of this personage, I asked the Wizard to visit Sirius.

He was to encourage the Dog Star to shine so bright that the intruder Witch was blinded.

He was to wait, however, till all the world and her kin were tucked up in bed and asleep....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
3rd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"MONTHLY NEWSLETTER"

Available now.


Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

A young dragon had been espied staking out the garden.

Was he spying on behalf of somebody else or, perhaps, searching for a home he could call his own until he grew too large?

He poked his nose where he would, sussing out who lived where and whether or not there was a space left over.

The Witch and the Ogre had watched from afar, unsure as to whether to approach him.

Eventually, the Ogre did move forward, carrying the Witch’s cauldron.

The Witch followed after, armed with her wand, her hat and her tome of spells.

She was dressed in a purple, black, gold, ermine cloak and a gown of pink satin and gossamer.

She had been summoned by the Queen of the Witches to the Royal castle, to receive a, much coveted, award.

Her morning’s work complete, she shook out her skirt, dragged a comb through her long, tangled locks.

The fingers of her right hand tap tapped, tap tapped, as she waited patiently for the Queen’s coach and four to arrive.

The wait lengthened.

The Witch was dismayed, disheartened, disappointed and turning, trod forlornly back home.

She was almost arrived when a message arrived.

The carriage had toppled into the lake and the horses, taking fright, had bolted.

However, the dragon had been hovering at the garden gate, wondering what next to do.

Catching a glimpse of the Witch’s face and sensing her unhappy predicament, he generously offered to ferry her there riding upon his back.

A message was relayed to the Palace.

The Lord Chamberlain met them and conducted the Witch to the Queen’s
luxurious Withdrawing room....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
2nd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE WACKY WORLD-WIDE WEB"
 
Post from Pinterest = >

Shot from my SOLAR WIND book.

"Fantastic Voyage"

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/books/book_solarwind.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .







The youngster dragon, unbeknownst to himself, was the subject of discussion betwixt the Queen and Lord Chamberlain.

Her lawyer and secretary were sent for when an agreement had been reached.

With the signatures of each one of them, the position of the dragon was Law.

He was now on the payroll of the Crown Estate and knighted.

“His Excellency, the Dragon Supremo....” 

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
1st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE WACKY WORLD-WIDE WEB"
 
Post from Pinterest = >

Shot from my SOLAR WIND book.

"Stardance"

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/books/book_solarwind.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

Thor hurled a thunderbolt ‘cross the tempestuous heavens, throwing Space debris everywhere.

He’d had words with his wife, the golden haired goddess, Sif and was in a decidedly cantankerous mood.

The trees in the garden were bending, twisting, swaying, creaking, and two or three of the young saplings snapped in two.

Not a soul was about upon the saturated lawn, not Unicorn, Witch, Frog, Toad or Water Rat.

I had slept very deeply the previous night and was bitterly disappointed to find myself
prevented from going for a fast, open roof, drive cross country.

The storm didn’t let up till t’was time for tea, of which I partook in my attic studio/
workshop.

The garden residents remained all the day, indoors, though the Elves did try to find a dry way to the house.

(Thankfully, they found themselves thwarted).

And the Finale?

The night creatures, a Witch, the Faeries of the Night, the night Elves, Imps and Pixies et al, issued forth the following, tempest-free night and took over the basement and attic....

Debbie & Peter








February 2019





CONTACT THE ARTIST!
28th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE WACKY WORLD-WIDE WEB"
 
Post from Pinterest = >

Shot from my SOLAR WIND book.

"Matrix Marauders"

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/books/book_solarwind.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

Standing forlornly before a plain glass church window, was a sad faced girl.

She held her arms, tightly folded, across her bony chest.

Her grief-stricken expression smote the hearts of the softhearted Goblin and Gremlin.

Her white feather dress was too light for the season of winter, and she was, quite obviously, freezing.

The friends approached her to offer succour, but not a word did she manage to utter.

The Goblin and Gremlin each took a hand and conducted her gently t’wards the garden.

A fist banging loudly against the front door alerted the household, who descended, or ascended, en masse, to the front hallway.

The Cook and the Housekeeper took one look and promptly lead her down to the kitchen.

Once fed and watered she began, slowly, hesitantly to explain her miserable predicament.

She was a Faerie who had had her powers clipped by a jealous, vindictive acquaintance.

She had also been stripped of her ability to become simply vanish.

Worse still; every magick spell that she cast simply went amiss.

The Witch was consulted.

She advised that the Faerie recoup for awhile afore undergoing any remedial treatment.

Erelong she did recover and, her powers restored, herself took revenge upon the Faerie’s vindictive acquaintance....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
27th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE WACKY WORLD-WIDE WEB"
 
Post from Pinterest = >

Shot from my SOLAR WIND book.

"Alien Legion"

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/books/book_solarwind.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

I had reestablished contact with the Shooting Range, having let practising that skill languish for months on end.

I found that I had to return almost to stage one, inclined as was my focus to wander distractedly.

The morning away from writing proved beneficial.

My interest, my concentration, my imagination improved.

I’d been practising some weeks, was still keen as mustard, when I discovered, one morning, the Elves, Imps and Pixies, riding their motorbikes hell for leather in that very direction.

Arrived at the shooting range, they dismounted, rushed t’wards the range and were waiting for me expectantly, Elfin Ruger American rifles in hand.

I knew that they’d turn on their counterfeit charm, inveigle the staff to allow them to shoot.

I was allotted a position and an instructor, but I knew that the Elves, the Imps and Pixies were there to my right.

They, too, had been allotted a fearsome instructor.

However, they did achieve their objective of creating absolute mayhem.

Their instructor had finally to call in reinforcements and the miscreants were shoved unceremoniously into police vans.

Squirming and shouting, they fought real hard, but were, eventually, locked in the police cells for days, weeks, months....

Needless to say, their enforced incarceration changed their behaviour, niente affatto....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
26th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE WACKY WORLD-WIDE WEB"
 
Post from Pinterest = >

Shot from my SOLAR WIND book.

"A Gift From Earth"

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/books/book_solarwind.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

The Goblin and Gremlin were sampling Faerie Camembert cheese.

An eensie weensie morsel spread upon a Fearie-made cracker.

They approved.

The Ogre was seated under the Oak, consuming a hearty, healthful breakfast.

He appeared to be engrossed in gobbling down his meal, but had seen the Faeries offer them the Camembert to try.

He scowled.

When the Witch approached to clear the groundsheet, he yabbered and jabbered, complained and, I hate to say it, bitched.

She stared at him for what seemed a very long time, eyes wide, mouth zipped, hands held tight, tight in fists.

“Should you wish for breakfast tomorrow, shut your mouth and don’t open it till you’ve something helpful to say.”

The Ogre, chastised, prepared himself to sleep.

When he awakened he found, to his gratification, that the the Flower Faeries had left him the gift of a Camembert cheese, most beautifully wrapped.... 

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
25th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE WACKY WORLD-WIDE WEB"
 
Post from Pinterest = >

Shot from my SOLAR WIND book.

"Titan"

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/books/book_solarwind.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .





Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

The Elf Art Tutor was teaching a lesson in painting, and specifically, of the painting of
Fine Art as rendered in the styles of the illustrious, never to be forgotten, Old Masters.

The Flower Faeries were perched atop one easel, the Goblin and Gremlin on stools at two others.

The Ogre was too large to participate and the Witch did not appreciate that genre.

Her particular favourites were Dalí and Picasso, Kandinsky and the genre of Fauvism.

The Weasel, Stoat and the Mole liked to cover the canvas with foot smears, paw smears and to roll on it.

The Frog, Toad and Water Rat spilled the paint over a canvas laid flat and hopped or dragged their feet all over the sheet.

The Cook brought out snacks, the Housekeeper, drinks and a whoopee doo time was had by everyone....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
24th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"SIMULACRA" - The Card Game

Realms Card - newly created.

"The Castle Moat"


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .





Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

“Come what may, I shall never return to that plastic coated sea, under the blaze of a
burning sky.”

Thus spake the Walrus to the Dolphin.

They had been told of a magickal mystery land beyond the grasping hand of humankind, where the salt sea was warm, clear and soothing and the air was gentle upon the soul.

They had summoned the Faerie of Salt Sea mammals and asked her to cast a spell, a spell that allowed them to fly out of their natural watery environ.

On the way to their intended destination they were caught in a tempestuous storm; were forced to land and land they did, inside our mysterious, deep veiled, hidden Outland.

The garden residents did wonder how on earth these mammals could possibly survive in our garden, but, the Faerie of Salt Sea mammals had apparently travelled with them, incognito, so all was well, all was well, good night....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
23rd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

The Lone Wolf Series part 4 of 4.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog






Peter Andrew Jones illustrated cover art for dozens of these gamebooks. In them, rarely the protagonist of the series, with its green cover and its sword, appears, transposing the focus to the antagonists of the plot. Tenebrous monsters, fantastic dragons and heavily armed warriors lend a less narcissistic tone to the plot. With this, the reader-player thinks less about himself and focuses more on what dangers he will find in this plot. Sometimes the reader-player is distant from the enemy (as in Flight from the Dark), sometimes nearer (as in Fire on the Water), in others the danger has colossal proportions (as in The Caverns of Kalte) or it proves certain optimism for triumph (as in The Chasm of Doom). So many possibilities, so many readings ... the cover art, as well as the text of the books, visually offer innumerable possibilities to the hero.









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
22nd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

The Lone Wolf Series - Part 3

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

During a Fehmarn feast celebrated by the Sommlending on the first day of their spring, when all the Kai Lords gathered in the monastery, Silent Wolf is sent to chop wood from the surrounding forest as a punishment for their lack of attention during a lesson. When it departs, a surprise attack comes from the Darklands to various places in Sommerlund. The monastery is looted and the Kai Lords are massacred. Returning from the forest, Silent Wolf stumbles on a low branch of a tree and falls violently, fainting. When he wakes up and returns to the monastery, he realizes that he is the last of the Kai. He renames himself as Solitary Wolf and leaves his homeland for the capital to inform the king of the loss of the Kai.
One can divide this "mega-campaign" into four mini-series: Kai series (gamebooks from 1 to 5), Magnakai series (gamebooks from 6 to 12), Great Masters series (gamebooks from 13 to 20) and New Order series (gamebooks from 21 to 32).
In the Kai series, the only one translated into Portuguese, the reader-player seeks to reunite the armies of Sommerlund and his ally, Durenor, for a raid against the invasion in order to repel her, as well as to chase and capture the traitor who provoked the invasion.








CONTACT THE ARTIST!
21st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

The Lone Wolf Series - Part 2.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog




The whole story takes place in Magnamund, a planet in the universe of Aon, a fictional world that is disputed between forces of good, represented by Kai (God of the Sun) and Ishir (Goddess of the Moon), and of evil, Naar (God of Darkness ). The protagonist is Silent Wolf, one initiated in the Kai Monastery and inhabitant of the kingdom of Sommerlund. Its people, the Sommlending, are dedicated followers of Kai, among them are the Kai Lords or simply "the Kai", monks-warriors holding extraordinary abilities which have been enhanced and trained since childhood in the Kai Monastery, greater defense of his kingdom against the followers of Naar. The reader-player represents the protagonist, the last Lord Kai of his caste. On the other side are the Darklords, inhabitants of the Darklands, west of Sommerlund, powerful warriors (even weakened) in the natural atmosphere of their world, who bribed armies like Drakkarim (humans worshipers of Naar), Giaks (creatures resembling goblins), Vordaks (undead with psychic powers) and Helghasts (undead shapeshifters) to fight in their favor.







CONTACT THE ARTIST!
20th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"0 BLOG DO ESTUDIO"
Blog article

by Pedro Panhoca, our Brazilian game development partner >

Enjoy his full blog @

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/blog-sa.htm

The Lone Wolf Series

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog





Lone Wolf is a gamebook series authored by Joe Dever (1956 - 2016) that aims to be completed in his 32nd title with the partnership between his son Ben and Vincent Lazzari, a longtime fan of the series. According to the book Heroic Worlds: A History and Guide to Role-Playing Game, authored by Lawrence Schick, it is the second best gamebooks series of all times, surpassing even the Fighting Fantasy series, founder of the genre “gamebook”.

Part 1 of 4







CONTACT THE ARTIST!
19th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE VIEW FROM THE STUDIO"

Early morning mist.

Ragleth Hil, through the trees.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  opposite our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

The hills were, in fact, teeming with life, predominantly small wild creatures and ghosts.

In these times they tended to stick to those spots as yet undiscovered by humankind, but, when the weather was balmy, hillsides and summit were brimming.

The Goblin and the Gremlin wandered amongst them, occasionally exchanging a greeting.

They listened-in to conversations, rebuked the ill-mannered and inhaled the clear, crisp, air with enormous pleasure.

The peak seemed such a very long way above them that the duo began to wilt.

They sat themselves down upon a comfortable rock and debated as to what to do next.

In silence and from nowhere or anywhere an albino Asinara donkey emerged.

It belonged to a minuscule autochthonous breed, from Sardinia, so why was it here?

The birds of Rhiannon flew high overhead, retaining a perfect formation.

Who knew to where they were headed?

Nearer at hand, flew Red Kites, a Buzzard, a Kestrel, Swallows and Swifts.

The pause refreshed them and so they pursued their course upwards, reaching the summit sooner than they had expected.

Their picnic had been prepared by the Witch and was, delicious, heart and gut warming.

After a nap, they trotted down the hill and turned their noses t’wards home.... 

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
18th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"BYE BYE, OLD FRIEND"

Shipped to a collector  today.

(Close up / detail.)

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

Freya, the indolent, fainęaont Persian cat, was stalking a mouse through the kitchen garden.

The mouse was wily, but the cat determined to catch it, tease it, carry it home and leave it in that mansion’s stately withdrawing room.

The mouse was beginning to suffer fatigue, his legs to feel like lead.

Indeed, Freya was on the verge of catching her prey, when the Witch appeared from around a corner.

She didn’t like mice, nor Persian cats but of the two, she was inclined to prefer tiny mouses.

She uttered an oath and, cracking her knuckles, stared at Freya with wide, venomous eyes.

Her gaze burned the face of that aristocratic Persian cat, burned so hot that she shot back through the garden, back down the road and into “her” fire lit kitchen.

The end....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
17th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"BYE BYE, OLD FRIEND"

Shipped to a collector  today.

(Close up / detail.)

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

The market town was thronging with shoppers and browsers, the coffee houses crammed to capacity.

I had brought my car in for its MOT and was awaiting a taxi to take me home.

The stallholders were shouting their wares, children thieving small toys, sweets or fruit.

Their mothers were trying to shop, keep an eye on their offspring or have a chat with a friend or companion.

The men largely remained out of the picture, either standing and smoking, or having a pint at the local, market town Pub.

In the thick of this vibrant activity, erupted the Elves, the Imps and the Pixies.
They were dressed in their “best” and intent upon making a tidal wave of a splash.

The Flower Faeries were seated upon the stall selling medicinal herbs, herbal teas and coffees.

They knew straightaway what the tricksters were up to and decided forthwith to intervene.

Putting aside their goodies, they closed their eyes as various ideas passed from one to t’other.

An agreement was reached without a word said and a spell sent weaving and spinning.

It skimmed the heads of the shoppers, stopped and the Elves, Imps and Pixies found their arms pinioned by invisible, ten fingered Sasquatch....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
16th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"BYE BYE, OLD FRIEND"

Shipped to a collector today.

(Close up).

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

Porcupine Posy had arrived in the Wizard’s chariot, hitch hiking hidden beneath a pile of spell manuscripts.

She was out of way and the weather incommoded her, but she knew not how to navigate by the stars, nor read a map.

The journey was, initially, smooth and unexceptional, Porcupine Posy curling up and sleeping.

Time wore on and she was woken by a growl from her tummy.
Her hunger mounted, she cast aside the spell sheets and a quill scratched the leg of the Wizard, who swore.

He glanced down and saw Porcupine Posy’s quills beginning to quiver.
He sucked in his breath.

Somehow or another he was able to achieve a telepathic communication with this irate creature.

She was lost, she was lonely, she was hungry and thirsty so the thing to do was, he supposed, was to transport her to Southern Europe or, possibly, Africa.

Barring that, he’d have to take her to the newly discovered planet, Xamgua, creature friendly, hospitable, free from any kind of strife.

Travelling onwards they reached Asia, where, the Wizard slowed his magick carpet, directing it earthwards.

They coasted to a halt, the Wizard stepped off.

Porcupine Posy, slow wandered into a nearby forest to dine, leaving a quill embedded in the Wizard’s right calf....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
15th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"BYE BYE, OLD FRIEND"

Shipped to a collector today.

(Close up / detail).

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

I was making coffee in my office/studio, one bright crisp January morning, when, there was a light rat a tat tat upon the door.

I unlocked it and pushed it ajar, just enough to see who was there.

The Flower Faeries were fluttering nervously outside and appropriately enough, at the height of the newfangled door handle.
They flew straight inside PDQ.

They settled themselves on my desk and wilted.

I waited a wee while and then asked , “Quel est le problčme?”

They began talking as one, rattling through the reasons and causes for their dolor.

The Elves, who usually left the Flower Faeries alone, had altered their modus operandi.

The Faeries’ routines had been thrown into a “no holds barred,” chaos.
The Elves obstructed, impeded their every move, 24/7.

“Had they consulted the Witch?” I asked.
“No,” was the surprising reply.
“We were trying very hard not to distract her from her more important chores.”

The Witch had two visitors, the Wizard and his friend and betwixt and between them, they devised a plan.

T’was during the following night that they cast a spell to imprison the Elves in ready mix concrete.

Magick....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
14th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEAVING HOME"

Shipping to a collector shortly.
 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .




Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

The Elves, Imps and Pixies were marching to music composed by John Philip Sousa.

They marched across the lawn, through the gate, down the lane till, they reached a lonely old pub boasting a thatched roof and open fire.

T’was not yet open to incomer customers, but they entered by breaking into the huge, toasty kitchen.

Seating themselves around the kitchen table, they drank freshly made orange juice, lemonade and apple.

Thirst quenched, they pushed back their chairs, rose to lay bare the ice room, the pantry, the scullery and kitchen cupboards.

Hunger sated....


Debbie & Peter







CONTACT THE ARTIST!
13th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"SIMULACRA" - The Card Game

Realms Card - newly created.

"The Fisherman's Net"


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

“Red light in front of, backstop behind.
We are the filling in a sandwich, comme c’est drôle!”

“Non, non, non.
Je me suis pas d’accord.”

The Gallic Rooster shriek squawked and, with blue spotted beak in the air, strutted off round the corner to the stable yard.

The hens greeted him excitedly so different did they find him to the roosters heretofore passing through.

The Weasel, Stoat and Mole had been party to this disagreement between Tyson, the Turkey and the Gallic Rooster - a mere visitor. Phew!

The Goblin and the Gremlin, although curious as to the nature of the visitor, chose to circumnavigate the a situation which boded no good.

The Unicorn stood, imperturbably, in a far corner of the garden undergoing the ministrations of the Flower Faeries.

They were adorning him in the colours of Sir Tristram de Lyones, an Arthurian knight of the Round Table.

The Weasel, Stoat and Mole could be heard in the wood, singing background harmonies to the Mermaid’s songs.

The Frog, Toad and Water Rat were firmly locked in the summer house.

The Gallic Rooster had, mistakenly, chosen to go sulk in the stable section of the garage/stable block.

He frightened the stallion.

The wrench that the horse gave to the restraining rope was so hard that it came away from the wall.

He bolted.

Mayhem....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
12th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEAVING HOME"

Shipping to a collector shortly.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

The Witch had been reading Thoreau’s masterpiece on life in the raw; of life in a hut with no mod cons.

Title?
- “Walden.”

She was hardly the person to copy cat, because she could always cast magick spells and nstanced, summon those items she required.

The Goblin and the Gremlin had read the book at least a zillion times.

The Weasel, Stoat and Mole had read, “The Wind in the Willows,” + “Watership Down”, and swore that that t’would be sufficient, full stop.

The Flower Faeries believed that one could read everything, anything from life and no one ever learned anything from books.

The Frog, Toad and Water Rat occasionally referred to an ancient, waterproof manuscript.

I’d read “Walden” and, to tell you the truth, my heart sank at the thought of living likewise....


Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
11th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEAVING HOME"

Shipping to a collector shortly.
 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

Semaphore Adonis was born eons ago, when the Druids of Anglesey were powerful.

He was lean, he was wiry, he was fit as a flea and he knew every underhand trick in the book.

He arrived expecting to stay a long while and was obviously put out to be told he could not.

We could tell from his manner that he was determined to concoct some reason to explain why he should.

The Witch fed and watered him, the Flower Faeries washed his clothes and the Ogre kept tabs upon every move that he made.

The Head Gardener, too, was vigilant.

Semaphore Adonis was cane of a race no longer extant and spoke a language unknown in this day.

His pate was bald, his hair long and his Roman nose curled over his mouth.

He had whiskers and wrinkles, skinny arms and legs, but his strength was truly extraordinary.

The Wizard journeyed down on his carpet to see this unusual character.

After the meeting, he talked with the Witch and greeted the Unicorn, grunted at the other garden residents.

While his attention was distracted, Semaphore Adonis hid behind the cushions lying on his carpet.

The Wizard took off, spiralling homeward and found on arrival that he had an unwanted housemate....”

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
10th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEAVING HOME"

Shipping to a collector shortly.

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

The garden residents had begun to settle down un petit peu, a little little, but
the Ogre had insisted in his obstinate way upon reestablishing his rightful position under the venerable Oak.

The Flower Faeries reestablished their most comfortable situation for brushing and grooming
the Unicorn.

Goblin and Gremlin wandered freely, over, under, across or erewhon.

The Unicorn remained a tadge tenta tentative and kept a watchful eye on the scene.

The Witch’s buoyant spirits appeared crushed to a pulp, because, she admitted, she’d reached the end of her competencies.

It soon became blatantly clear that the Elves, Imps and Pixies’ egos had expanded exponentially.

The Frog, Toad and Water Rat took a boat and went to sea on the lake.

The Weasel, Stoat and Mole slept for two days.

The Cook and the Housekeeper took a break for a week, replaced by a niece and the butler.

And I, went for a sprint in a Singer Porsche....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
9th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEAVING HOME"

Shipping to a collector shortly.
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

The wizened old man of the sea stood, head bent, beside the turbulent river.

His expression was pensive, his pointed ears quivered and the hairs in his long, bony nose tickled.

T’was a day to be glad that one had grown a warm beard.

The Elves, Imps and Pixies sat on the bank, wondering why they had accepted the Goblin’s dare to swim the river from one side to t’other.

The Flower Faeries being so light, so petite their feet barely touched the freezing water, as they flew across it.

The Wizard and the Witch rarely did anything more than go boating when the weather was clement.

The Gremlin enjoyed dipping his toes in the foam and the Frog, Toad and Water Rat rode the waves.

As for the Weasel, Stoat and Mole, they watched the waves and the turbulence from afar.

The Unicorn simply glided over the river, his azure blue wings displaying a pleasing backdrop to the wintry conditions.

The view from the stalls or the view from the bridge was beautiful, stunning, exquisite....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
8th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"LEAVING HOME"

Shipping to a collector shortly.

Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

The Witch called me over to have a confab about life, the Universe, the Elves and coping.

She’d been low spirited, despondent for quite some while.

I was off to participate in a hell of a rally, driving a Hursácan Permanente.
My mind was solely fixated upon that and I didn’t give her my full attention.

The next day, having slept in, I was eating brunch, when the Wizard entered through the glass of the French window.

He was anxious, agitated, and, I thought, quite unlike his usual self.

He sat down at the table, unfurled a napkin and proceeded to eat slice after slice of toast, butter and marmalade.

I left him to it until he sat back, belched and pored himself a large mug of coffee.

He began to talk and to talk and to talk about the Witch, her low spirits and his own worries.

This time, I did listen intently from the beginning of his tirade to the end.

We remained silent as he coughed and then reached for his mug of coffee.

While he sipped, I talked, made suggestions.

Later we both talked with the Witch and, thank goodness, by the time we’d finished, she
was smiling.

A welcome addendum....

Thenceforth she has appeared cheerful and buoyant....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
7th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE WACKY WORLD-WIDE WEB"
 
Post from Pinterest = >

Shot from my SOLAR WIND book.

"THE FEMALE MAN"

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/books/book_solarwind.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

The locks on the front door, back door and side doors, the kitchen, the scullery, the larder and wine cellar had been changed and the those to the bedrooms were to be, too.

The Elves would, very quickly, learn to get round it, but at least we’d be free of them, in-house, for a while.

I sat in the library, toasting my toes and reading a few of the plethora of articles I’d been booked by my agent to write.

The house was quiet as the proverbial mouse.

The fire crackled, the lights turned low and a hot cup of coffee reposed on the side table.

Through the quiet stillness there permeated the faint sounds of activity.

I glanced up to see the Mouse, the Spider and the Fly in conference.

The Fly took off and buzzed here, there, everywhere, seemingly bent upon expending pent up energy.

The Mouse scampered over the carpet, under the door and, presumably, down the stairs to the kitchen.

The Spider disappeared into the wainscot, re-emerging to climb a prestigiously heavy,
sash window curtain.

I continued reading.

Time passed.

When my buttocks began to feel uncomfortably square, I stood, stretched and walked to the door.

From there, I climbed the stairs to don riding gear and rode out at a notch below fast gallop... 

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
6th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"SIMULACRA" - The Card Game

Realms Card - newly created.

"The Mysterious Wood"


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

The Gallic Rooster shriek squawked and, with his blue spotted beak in the air, strutted off round the corner to the stable yard.

The hens greeted him excitedly so different did they find him to the roosters heretofore passing through.

The Weasel, Stoat and Mole had been party to this disagreement between Tyson, the Turkey and the Gallic Rooster - a mere visitor.

The Goblin and the Gremlin, although curious as to the nature of the visitor, chose to circumnavigate the situation.

The Unicorn stood in a far corner of the garden undergoing the ministrations of the Flower Faeries.

They were adorning him in the colours of Sir Tristram de Lyones, an Arthurian knight of the Round Table.

The Weasel, Stoat and Mole could be heard in the wood, singing the background harmonies to the Mermaid’s songs.

The Frog, Toad and Water Rat were firmly locked inside the summer house.

The Gallic Rooster had, mistakenly, chosen to go sulk in the stable section of the garage/stable block.

He frightened the stallion.
The wrench he gave to the restraining rope was so hard that it came away from the wall.

He bolted.

Mayhem....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
5th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"JUST UP THE ROAD"

From the  local exhibition - close-up.

"The Faery of Longing"


Visit >

http://churchstretton.info

http://churchstretton.info/listings/mr_bun-exhib.htm

https://www.facebook.com/MrBunTheBakerChurchStretton/


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

Cassowary Kipp had hit town and heard tell of this fabulous, fantastical, magickal garden.

His arrival here had triggered in the garden residents both shock and complete nervous prostration.

And I nearly fainted.

The Witch disappeared for a week and a day, and the Wizard refused point blank to visit.

The Weasel, the Stoat and the Mole went underground and the Frog, Toad and Water Rat relocated to the lake.

The Flower Faeries continued to carry out their duties, cooking and sewing and tending their flower and, indeed, grooming the mythical Unicorn.

Cassowary Kipp raced from market town here, leapt the garden fence, storming into the garden before applying the brakes.

Hot dog!!

This genus of bird was fully armed and a danger to any creature who caused it discomposure or inconvenience.

It could and would, kill with impunity.

The garden residents left well alone and, strangely, before long, Cassowary Kim began to draw near.

T’was odd?!

The day dawned when Cassowary Kim finally did pull his weight and extended the, viciously armoured, claw of friendship.

Even the Elves, Imps and Pixies were spooked and behaved impeccably when in his company....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
4th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"JUST UP THE ROAD"

From the  local exhibition - close-up.

"The Rowan Faery"


Visit >

http://churchstretton.info

http://churchstretton.info/listings/mr_bun-exhib.htm

https://www.facebook.com/MrBunTheBakerChurchStretton/


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

The church bells rang Do, Re, Me, Fa, So, La, Ti, Do till I was numb.

And the Elves, Imps and Pixies noticed.

The Goblin and Gremlin carried on with their conversation.

T’was of little import, because these gentlemen would never “go for the jugular.”

Ohlay lay tiki tonga!

The Weasel, Stoat and the Mole were at the hospital that morning, with the Weasel and Stoat supporting a suffering Mole.

The Mole’s afflictions had puzzled the Consultant, who, felt obliged to obtain a second opinion.

(Neither expert emerged any the wiser).

The Flower Faeries, meanwhile, kept their eyes wide open, ever watchful.

The Frog, Toad and Water Rat set to and prepared a medically approved private quarters lest  he remain “at home” in the garden.

The Witch and her spellbook would provide back up.

The Mole had, perforce, to be taken to the hospital in a miniature, siren blaring ambulance.

He was cherished and cared for, months, weeks, not days and eventually sent to convalesce on the Isle of Recuperation....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
3rd
SOCIAL MEDIA
"JUST UP THE ROAD"

From the  local exhibition - close-up.

"The Faerie of Impediment"
&
"The ancient Elder statesman of the Elves
"

Visit >

http://churchstretton.info

http://churchstretton.info/listings/mr_bun-exhib.htm

https://www.facebook.com/MrBunTheBakerChurchStretton/


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

Cantaloupe melon and Parma ham, a main course and a choice of dessert.

For those so inclined, brandy or port, with petits fours, coffee and an After Eight chocolate.

This, the menu for my University reunion.

The Elves, Imps and Pixies had sent a representative, responsible for, stealing as much food as he could cram into heavy duty bags or old fashioned GPO mail sacks.

The guests proved erudite, well informed and knowledgeable.

I was glad that I’d not decided to give it a miss.

Waiting in the car was the Elfin representative, almost drowned in umpteen bags of stolen food.

A sigh of relief escaped me when I entered my bedroom, ‘cos the Elves, Imps and Pixies were nowhere in sight....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
2nd
SOCIAL MEDIA

"JUST UP THE ROAD"

Just sold from the  local exhibition - close-up.

"The Green Man
"

Visit >

http://churchstretton.info

http://churchstretton.info/listings/mr_bun-exhib.htm

https://www.facebook.com/MrBunTheBakerChurchStretton/


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

Sir Lucan and Sir Alymere, the most loyal of the Knights, were galloping through the thickly wooded countryside.

In the distance rose the blue hills of these breathtaking lands, t’wards which the knights were headed.

Through the valley which lay at the foot of the hills ran a fast flowing, crystal clear stream.

Here they halted to allow their horses to rest, munch the grasses and drink till their thirst had been quenched.

Their conversation hovered over Sir Mordred, who, both men considered a traitor in waiting.

Neither thought that a word of warning would be listened to or accepted by the King.

The Witch had been alive back then and, being very young, preferred to lead a wandering, nomadic existence.

She was presently residing in Camelot.

With the affairs of the King and those of his knights, the Witch was fully conversant and she, too, was mistrustful of Sir Mordred.

The Unicorn had been a mere sproglet, the Dragon a glint in a young dragon’s eye.

The Flower Faeries were waiting in the shadows and the Goblin and the Gremlin tiny babies.

Sir Lucan and Sir Alymere cantered relaxedly back home to their lavish country mansions.

And, we are told that the traitor, Sir Mordred eventually perished on the bloody battlefields of Camlan....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
1st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"NEWSLETTER"

January 2019 issue - available now.

Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

The Ancient Elder Statesman of the Elvin clans was seriously ill and in hospital.

His private bedroom resembled a cottage garden, his sitting room was a treasure trove of gifts from well-wishers.

The Elves had visited in ones, twos or threes, the Goblin and Gremlin together.

The Flower Faeries were always delightful guests and the Witch and the Wizard, too, when so inclined.

The Unicorn was not permitted to enter the building and the neither were the Weasel, Stoat and Mole.

The Frog, Toad and Water Rat presented themselves at Reception, but were told, politely, that the answer was “No!”

The venerable Elder slept like a baby and was expected to achieve a complete recovery.

The Imps and the Pixies sent a representative each, as a gesture of courtesy only.

Truth to tell, they neither cared, nor were they, in the least bit, interested.

The Ghosts and the Spectres would have frightened both patients and Staff and the ghostly Wolves and Wolverines didn’t enter the picture.

Elseways, the daily rituals and routines continued, with the Cook finally resorting to throwing a pitcher of hot, hot water over the Elves when they overreached themselves....

Debbie & Peter








January 2019





CONTACT THE ARTIST!
31st
SOCIAL MEDIA

"NEWSLETTER"

January 2019 issue - available now.

Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .




Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

Martini, Campari, Vermouth, Lillet Blanc were the aperitifs on offer at this particular cocktail party.

Searching the drawing room for a soft drink, or iced water, I found nothing beyond an half empty bowl of ice.

The host hunched his shoulders, non-committal, so I went out to the kitchen and found, to my consternation, that the Elves, Imps and Pixies had come along to the party.

I swore under my breath and then, a flash of inspiration!
Tell them to steal the soft drink I wanted.

I gave them instructions and awaited the outcome.

In the blink of an eyelid, I was surprised to find myself holding a tall, slender glass of
freshly squeezed orange juice....

Debbie & Peter







CONTACT THE ARTIST!
30th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"NEWSLETTER"

January 2019 issue - available now.

Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

Writer’s block.
Blank.
My brain, overtaxed, went into a Curl de sac tailspin.

Leaving my attic studio/workshop, I descended the stairs to the Library for a well earned and welcome, break.

The fire was lit, the lights turned down and Pink Floyd was playing on the radio.

I stretched out on a sofa and closed my eyes, and dozed peacefully - bričvement.

Sensing a slight weight on my abdomen, I opened my eyes and perceived, a Mouse, a Spider and a Fly - begad!

Good gracious, etc etc.

The visitors were obviously very apprehensive, but, after a while, we were chatting and joking and laughing - sort of and having a jolly good time

We none of us heard the Library door opening and t’was not till a lull in our repartee occurred, that we realised that, the Elves, Imps and Pixies were stood there, watching.

Slightly to one side, stood the Goblin and Gremlin and perched upon the chandelier, were the Flower Faeries.

The Witch and the Wizard entered through the sash window pane, it’s secondary glazing presenting no obstacle.

What a morning....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
29th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"NEWSLETTER"

January 2019 issue - available now.

Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

“That would be telling,” said the Goblin to his twin, who had travelled from New England, circa 1643.

Accustomed to a life of hardship and extreme surveillance, he crept about the garden, his eyes ever watchful.

The Gremlin went out of his way to be friendly.

The Flower Faeries could never be other so.

The Witch understood from the tips of her toes to the crown of her head, just what abuse he had had to endure.

The Unicorn allowed the Goblin’s twin to stand close as he munched the grass, silent messages of wise advice passing from him to t’other.

The Wizard invited him to journey with him to a land where he could live without fear of execution or assassination or of crossing the bar prematurely.

Several months passed before he was ready to believe that there really are, spots on the globe where he could live forever, felicitously....


Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
28th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"NEWSLETTER"

January 2019 issue - available now.

Go here to subscribe >
http://peterandrewjones.net/lists.htm


 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

The Witch was uncomfortable, ill at ease, ‘cos a recent Ghost incomer was a longtime antagonist.

She spoke with the Wizard, she spoke with her coven, she pondered at length through long days and nights.

The Ghost, in the throes of settling in, had not taken on board quite who she was.

This person had been a landowner of considerable wealth, whose estates stretched the length and breadth of the kingdom.

He’d been a duelist and soldier, a favourite of the king, a devil employer and a man of evil temper.

The Witch, in those times, had lived in a woodland glade, adjoining the landowner’s garden.

On a warm, sunny day, with summer at its height, he had stumbled across the Witch brewing sweet, aromatic potions..

His reaction was terrifying, for he loathed magick and witchcraft and the Witch had had to be rescued by the Wizard, Merlin.

The incomer’s name was Richard Marsh-Vaughn, His grace, Duke of Brent.
He rode and he drank, he ate and he drank and lorded it over his petrified serfs and tenants.

But, those times were gone and the Witch had grown wise, wise and artful and scheming.

A lady who possessed soft hands, but fists of iron.

The Duke Ghost did eventually notice her presence and mistakenly began to comport himself in the most monstrous style.

However, the Witch was able to assemble an her “supporters” and together they beat the ghost Duke to a pulp.

He bolted....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
27th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE WACKY WORLD-WIDE WEB"
 
Post from Pinterest = >

Shot from SOLAR WIND.

"THE SPACE MERCHANTS"

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/books/book_solarwind-2.htm

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

Benedicta the Banshee was howling and wailing, the trees bent almost to their roots.

The saplings had been torn from the earth and the bushes tattered and torn.

Benedicta was a Banshee that lived after her name, rather than as a predictor of death.

T’was impossible to remain upright for these fantastical beings of the night, but, of course,  no problem for the horizontal worm, millipede and minuscule ant.

Benedicta blew herself out in the early hours of the morning and retired to rest over the waters in Ireland.

The night creatures crept out for a breath of fresh air and the trees, bushes and plant life stood upright once more.

The Witch and the Wizard toured the garden to ascertain damage done and found nothing to worry unduly about.

We breathed easy....


Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
26th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"THE WACKY WORLD-WIDE WEB"
 
Post from Pinterest = >

Shot from SOLAR WIND.

"ROGUE SHIP"

http://www.peterandrewjones.net/books/book_solarwind.htm

 
Peter Andrew Jones Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Blog

Meanwhile . . .
  out in our Magick Studio Garden . . . .

Stark Mountain Peter Andrew Jones



Heroes & Villains Book Peter Andrew Jones

Pesticides and landfills, an overload of plastic, an unsustainable, buy, wear, wash, pollute fashion industry. What more can damage could we perpetrate, I wondered.

I was feeling a tadge down, you understand.

I wandered upstairs to my studio/office and tried to settle down and apply myself.

The warm room and the list of given articles to write did have some little beneficial effect.

From below me, came the sound of an angry shout.
“Oh no, t’is once more unto the breach,” I thought.

I got up, unlocked the door and went downstairs, jumping two steps at a time.

The front hallway was liberally coated with dirty water, mud, weeds and general garden debris.

The Housekeeper was seated in a high backed chair, weeping into s delicate, wee cotton kerchief.

Guess who?

The Elves, Imps and Pixies had taken umbrage at comments she’d made and decided to get their own back.

They were nowhere to be found when I searched the garden, so I retired upstairs to inform the police and write.

T’wards evening, the Elves, Imps and Pixies reappeared, to be met by the Law, in the shape of two policemen and a Black Maria.

They turned on their heels, prepared to bolt and found themselves entangled in a large net.

Thus -

we suffered no further trouble for two months and a day....

Debbie & Peter









CONTACT THE ARTIST!
25th
SOCIAL MEDIA

"JUST UP THE ROAD"

The local exhibition continues - close-up.

"The Light of The Forest
"

Visit >

http://churchstretton.info

http://churchstretton.info/listings/mr_bun-exhib.htm

https://www.facebook.com/MrBunTheBakerChurchStretton/