The is the second post in which I interview an Artist which I feel needs to be shared with other Dragon collectors and researchers.
We have our next interview with Tassia Horsley which we meet up in Chippenham While we were both manning stalls.
I instantly fell in love with her artwork and picked up a print and a set of her Guidance cards. (review to follow at some point, Sorry Tassia!)
First off, would you mind me asking you a few question for my blog and newsletter?
Not at all, would love to!
What started your interest in dragons?
Ever since i was a child i was always fascinated with dragons, and have been drawing them ever since.
Where do you get your inspiration?
From what i see around me e.g. plants and animals, as well as my own imagination.
What is your most favourite piece?
One of my recent commissions, was a dragon breaking free from a tomb i believe is my most favourite digital painting at the moment.
Would you care to show a picture of your work space?
If there is one piece that you wish you could remake, what is it and why would you remake it?
There is one dragon painting i wish I spent more time on which was my Thor inspired dragon, i would remake it because I felt that i rushed it plus my technique in painting has developed since i painted it a few years ago.
Who is your favourite Dragon Artist / sculptor?
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Do you have a web site I can link to?
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