Formerly a laboratory technician-turned-home educator, I now spend my days creating art. I often draw my creative inspiration from history, myth, folklore, and legend. My fantasy, science fiction, and horror illustrations have appeared in a number of small-press zines. My cover artworks have adorned the covers of several publications, both print and online. With my interest in knights, castles, and all things medieval, I like to consider myself something of a medievalist. I also have a deep interest in legends and lore.
Pen & ink (in the form of artist’s pens) is my favourite medium. To add colour to my drawings, I scan them into the computer and then colour them digitally.
In addition to selling merchandise featuring my artwork through Redbubble, I also sell items internationally through my Richard Fay/Azure Lion Productions Zazzle Store:
my Richard Fay CafePress Profile:
and my Richard Fay Society6 Shop:
It’s July! That means the July issue of Spaceports & Spidersilk is out, with my fun sci-fi artwork “Scootering with the Wind Riders” on the cover. Check it out! / https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/645554
Hey, you out there! Yeah, I’m talking to you! Do you like monsters? Of course you do! Then make sure you check out the cover of the October 2015 issue of Spaceports & Spidersilk. It features my seasonally-appropriate scary-but-fun artwork “Monster in the Ruin”. / http://nomadicdeliriumpress.com/spaceports.htm
Recently, I realized that I wrote the very first, very rough, draft of my fantasy novel ANDREW OF ARMAR over thirty years ago. Written mostly for kicks when I was in high school (ninth or tenth grade?), that original version of the story was handwritten on sheets of loose leaf paper. Many of the basics have remained the same (the core of the story first formed out of childhood play-acting), but a…
This past Wednesday, I received my contributor’s copy of NIGHT TO DAWN 28. My dark poem “Redcap of Dunnor Peel” appears within, accompanied by the black and white version of my horror illustration “Grinning Redcap”. The poem is a reprint; “Redcap of Dunnor Peel” previously appeared in Issue 2 of THE SCAREALD, published October 2012. The illustration ̶…