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Leads you step by step through the process of creating the forests, mountains, skies, stars and vistas in which grand fantasy adventures occur. Following along with tips, techniques, and 20 step by step demonstrations, you'll be inspired to create breathtaking magical lands in watercolor. Fully illustrated in color.

I know I went to sleep, in my apartment, at around 11.30pm. I have a distinct memory of that. Everything after that is a bit fuzzy, but I could normally chalk that up to morning grogginess. But when I was walking to work, I noticed that something was a touch off.

Now, "a touch off" is a relative term in the Fractal City. The City is the home of all of Britain's Wise Folk, the magical citizens of England, who live here in the secret, infinite place between places hidden just inside and beside mundane London. The City's streets overlap and crisscross in ways that no mundane city could, all of them held apart by magic, at once the same and separate.

That was the thing that finally twigged me. The sky was changing colours, vibrant hues all colours of the rainbow and a few new ones besides, but it does that normally. Everywhere I looked, I saw flying carpets and flickering ghost lights and two distinct halves of a dog gambolling around playfully, the head end chasing the tail end - but these were normal sights in this magic neverwhere.

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Get lost in the ultimate fantasy world that you created with Dreamscapes Fantasy Worlds. This watercolor guide will teach you how to paint with the right charm and mystery that will sure to bring your watercolor paintings to life and inspired to create more. From castles to fairies and dragons soaring in the sky, enjoy step-by-step instructions for painting anything your imagination can dream up.

“ The most important thing about creating art is to create . If you want to be at ease with creativity, you have to immerse yourself in it and do a little bit every day-even if that little bit is just five minutes while waiting for the bus. Do a quick gesture drawing of a man reading his book across the street from you. Take a moment to scribble down a thumbnail idea of a concept. Try to do a little bit each day to train your brain to think visually.” - Stephanie Pui-Mun Law

Images by Angus McIntyre appearing on this site are licensed under a Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution Noncommercial 3.0 Unported License except where otherwise indicated. For permissions beyond the scope of this license, including licensing for commercial use and licensing of high-resolution versions of these images, please see the copyright and licensing page.

Leads you step by step through the process of creating the forests, mountains, skies, stars and vistas in which grand fantasy adventures occur. Following along with tips, techniques, and 20 step by step demonstrations, you'll be inspired to create breathtaking magical lands in watercolor. Fully illustrated in color.

Images by Angus McIntyre appearing on this site are licensed under a Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution Noncommercial 3.0 Unported License except where otherwise indicated. For permissions beyond the scope of this license, including licensing for commercial use and licensing of high-resolution versions of these images, please see the copyright and licensing page.

Leads you step by step through the process of creating the forests, mountains, skies, stars and vistas in which grand fantasy adventures occur. Following along with tips, techniques, and 20 step by step demonstrations, you'll be inspired to create breathtaking magical lands in watercolor. Fully illustrated in color.

I know I went to sleep, in my apartment, at around 11.30pm. I have a distinct memory of that. Everything after that is a bit fuzzy, but I could normally chalk that up to morning grogginess. But when I was walking to work, I noticed that something was a touch off.

Now, "a touch off" is a relative term in the Fractal City. The City is the home of all of Britain's Wise Folk, the magical citizens of England, who live here in the secret, infinite place between places hidden just inside and beside mundane London. The City's streets overlap and crisscross in ways that no mundane city could, all of them held apart by magic, at once the same and separate.

That was the thing that finally twigged me. The sky was changing colours, vibrant hues all colours of the rainbow and a few new ones besides, but it does that normally. Everywhere I looked, I saw flying carpets and flickering ghost lights and two distinct halves of a dog gambolling around playfully, the head end chasing the tail end - but these were normal sights in this magic neverwhere.

Images by Angus McIntyre appearing on this site are licensed under a Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution Noncommercial 3.0 Unported License except where otherwise indicated. For permissions beyond the scope of this license, including licensing for commercial use and licensing of high-resolution versions of these images, please see the copyright and licensing page.

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