The Tale of the Two Lovers – continued (Click here for Part 1 of the Tale of the Two Lovers) (Click here for Part 2 of the Tale of the Two Lovers) The next day as the young man (who knew none of what had happened) worked in his field the mistress of the brothel […]
The Tale of the Two Lovers, continued. (Click here for Part 1) As the boy grew to be a man never did he forget the girl whom he loved. Though he was not allowed to visit her, he saved every copper coin he could—sometimes going for food without days to manage—all in the hopes […]
Tomorrow I’m meeting with my publisher, Deseret Book (Shadow Mountain). For the last two or three months they’ve been going over my illustrated graphic novel. I have no idea what they’ve been doing, but I will find out there. After finishing the last of my commissions this afternoon I’m now sitting […]
So, I’m asked all the time why I don’t sell my art… The answer: ‘Cause it’s all created digitally! But, starting today, that’s about to change, and I’m offering free shipping to whatever brave soul(s) want to test out my online store. http://www.bryanbeus.com/product/behold-hands/ (That’s about $10 bucks off) The piece above is titled, “Behold, My […]
A semi-final painting for a fantasy book cover. Just need to go over any potential edits with the publisher.
I’m livestreaming a work-in-progress painting. Feel free to stop by and say ‘hello!’ This image below is where the painting is now. Still a ways to go, but it’s coming along. Here’s the link to the livestream.com site: http://bit.ly/1cfe51C (In thirty days that link will expire, as the site routinely cleans its archives)
Character design for a short film with Penny-Farthing Press, done a few years ago.
A great reason for an artist to keep a mirror around.
From a legend of the Eight Immortals. Once upon a time there were two children who fell in love. Seeing how they played together every day, picking cherry blossoms and wandering through the forest, both their parents agreed to betroth the two youngsters to each other. Yet, before they had reached the age of fourteen, […]