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So it's been 15 years since DA first appeared online and gave millions of people a platform to share their work and develop their skills and find work, it's been a very interesting ride and I can't begin to wonder how my professional career would have turned out without this site. Love it or hate it DA has been an invaluable platform for developing artists :ahoy:

So I am breaking my years-long resolution to never do another social media based questionnaire as this is a celebration, so lets begin.



1. How long have you been on DeviantArt?
- 9 years

2. What does your username mean?
- Originally I went by the username Phoenix-06, the Phoenix is my favourite mythical creature, it's ability to die in flames and be reborn in the ashes anew has always been an inspiring thought to me. The "06" relates to the year I joined DA :) I changed my username to my real name "Adam Burn" last year as an identity thing as I had created more portfolio sites under the same name and wanted to tie them together. Also after attending multiple conventions and people calling me Phoenix-06 I decided I liked my real name more :ahoy:

3. Describe yourself in three words.
- Explosive, Imaginative, Driven

4. Are you left or right handed?
- Right handed, my left hand is for activating shortcuts only :ahoy:

5. What was your first deviation?
- Actually no longer exists on this site due to a clear out some years ago, it was a black and white acrylic painting I did in A-Level art class before I joined this site. I added to it in Photoshop during my first year of Uni and submitted it here. The image was of a robotic warrior standing on a cliff with a massive city in the background :)

6. What is your favourite type of art to create?
- Massive, thought provoking images using interesting composition and perspectives, I love high detail imagery and big shapes.

7. If you could instantly master a different art style, what would it be?
- Love using photographic references and textures in my work, they add some great roughness to images and detail and you can get some really cool effects but if I was able to master any art style I would go with a style that uses just painting, more of a traditional look to it, I never have the patience to stick with it these days haha.

8. What was your first favourite?
- Nova by AlphonseCapone
My first favourite was this pencil drawing of a character form the Star Craft games, I was doing a lot of pencil work at the time and loved the detail of this piece.

9. What type of art do you tend to favourite the most?
- Digital art is by far the art of choice for me, the huge variety of art styles and different techniques, no artists is quite the same and all use the same tools in different ways. I love looking at other digital artists and trying to figure out how they created an image.

10. Who is your all-time favourite deviant artist?
- To pick one is difficult but there is one artist who has inspired me beyond just artwork, their drive to create their own IP from the ground up and their own creative studio has been a huge influence to me and the driving force behind my own ventures into creating an IP, also his work on character creation is second to none, his name? Dan LuVisi an art god.
LMS: Killbook of a Bounty Hunter - 2 - by DanLuVisiArt LMS - HEX - by DanLuVisiArt


11. If you could meet anyone on DeviantArt in person, who would it be?
- See above :)

12. How has a fellow deviant impacted your life?
- Again see above, Dan LuVisi's work on LMS his own IP as well as his new IP Redemption and the formation of his own creative studio was the reason I began to really get involved with digital art as a career, his insane drive and motivation is inspirational and if it were not for his kind words and comments on my own work and my own IP development I doubt I would be as far ahead as I am today.

13. What are your preferred tools to create art?
- Photoshop all the way, I dabbled with 3DS MAX in order to create simple box models to help with more complex perspectives in images but once I began to get more proficient and comfortable with perspective I ditched it entirely. I still sketch a lot though since getting a Wacom Cintiq I now usually draw and sketch straight onto my PC. Cintiq is love, Cintiq is life.

14. What is the most inspirational place for you to create art?
- My home, with my wonderful girlfriend who has supported my artistic efforts for so many years even through the early dark days and helped push me. My large cat also helps by sitting on my lap when I'm working often swiping the stylus out of my hand allowing me to take a much needed break. Ow and we have a massive beach 20 feet from out front door :)

15. What is your favourite DeviantArt memory?
- My first ever Daily Deviation, that day I received more watchers, comments, favs, and page views than the 2 years prior combined and it helped expose my work and kick-started my professional career, and this was that image
MANTLE by AdamBurn



Hope that sheds a little light on my experience here on DA. Here's to another 15 years :ahoy:

I haven't posted a new update since November last year, that's a long time, this is mostly due to massive work loads and using more portfolio sites and trying to keep them updated as well.
The new year brought with it a lot of new work which has only just increased, alongside the usual book cover and game concept art I also started my first major studio project working for DC and Warner Brothers on the upcoming Wonder Woman film producing a ton of work for that :)

Our own comic series Telikos Protocol also saw the release of it's first complete volume which can be found through our new website here: 3rdphasestudios.com/

I have a lot of work which has not been uploaded here as I have been slow to keep this site updated but I am making an effort to try and release more stuff here alongside my new portfolio page over on
ArtStation: www.artstation.com/artist/adam…;

There is a lot more work to come but not all of it can be shown for quite some time, sadly NDA's mean a lot of my more recent work will be sat on till next year and beyond, but I have a lot of future work that will be released as book covers as well as some personal projects that will be released soon.

I recently finished up work on a big sci-fi trilogy of books by author Jacob Holo called Seraphim Revival, you can check out that new work in my gallery and on the projects site here: holowritingstore.com/holo-writ… where book one has just been released so be sure to check it out if your a fan of giant mech and big sc-fi :ahoy:

I will be attending a load more conventions this year as well with a totaly reworked and updated selection of prints, a big upgrade in print quality with heavier paper and a smaller but better selection of work. After attending many conventions I am now able to see which images of mine work well as prints and are highly sought after and those that are not :) Alongside my own prints of course our comic Telikos Protocol will always be there with it's newest release, the first volume has gone down a storm and issue is due for release later this year.
If you see me at any conventions feel free to pop over for a chat :ahoy:

 
We are into the final few hours of our Kickstarter campaign for our new sci-fi graphic novel series DRONE. We have already broken our target and with your continued help we can reach some of our stretch goals with ease so click this link and support us any way you can: www.kickstarter.com/projects/t…

Also do you  want to win yourself a replica Halo 2 SMG prop? Hell yeah you do. Hit up this link and enter for a chance to win one, sponsored by the 405th and our own 3rd Phase Studios: www.facebook.com/405th?sk=app_…


3rd Phase Studios: 3rdphasestudios.com/
Facebook: www.facebook.com/3rdPhaseStudi…
Kickstarter: www.kickstarter.com/projects/t…

With great pride and excitement we are now officially launching the Kickstarter for our new project DRONE. A graphic novel consisting of 7 issues each 20 pages long, all lovingly illustrated in my usual high standard and a touching story written by Peter Cooper.

Kickstarter: www.kickstarter.com/projects/t…

The comic is our second project running alongside Telikos Protocol which is our first major project and is still ongoing, DRONE's story is a lot smaller, a sci-fi story set off world during a bitter war it follows a young female drone pilot called Nattie who becomes attached to her bi-pedal combat drone whom she affectionately names Sandie, but during an attack against the E.S.S EUNOMIA (the large battleship and drone command ship) she finds herself stranded on the hostile planets surface struggling to survive with her only companion being her drone which due to no direct input from drone command has entered guardian mode and fights to protect Nattie.

We are aiming to raise £2,500 to print the first issue, with stretch goals unlocking printing for the next issues but regardless of the print Kickstarter the issues will be released on our new studio website 3rdPhaseStudios.com: 3rdphasestudios.com/ totally free. Yep FREE! Adapting a webcomic style approach each page of the series will be posted up for free to anyone to view at any time, we are still deliberating as to the frequency of releases but it will be between 1-3 pages a week.
However after the great success, and continued success, of Telikos Protocol in print we wanted to be able to have physical copies of DRONE as well hence this new Kickstarter campaign.

So please help us grow our stories and support our projects, pledge as much or as little as you want and net some cool rewards in the process, or just go and see the cool art and video :)

Thanks, also check out the website and Facebook page:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/3rdPhaseStudi…
Website: 3rdphasestudios.com/

Kickstarter: www.kickstarter.com/projects/t…
After 3 years working on the graphic novel project Telikos Protocol ( www.facebook.com/telikosprotoc… ) myself and it's writer, Peter Cooper, decided to make our collaborations more official and professional so last year we set about launching our own creative studio. 3rd Phase Studios is that studio, through it we can keep all of our work in one place, launch new projects, a shop to buy said projects as well as artwork. The studios main site is close to launch but you can already check out the Facebook page here: www.facebook.com/3rdPhaseStudi…;

We are also launching a new project that we have been working on alongside Telikos Protocol and will be releasing more details on that very soon so keep an eye on the 3rd Phase page.

:ahoy:
Over the past few months I have been working with Black Cloud Studios on a graphic novel project based on their upcoming game After Reset which is currently in development for the PC: www.afterreset.com/
We have just released the Kickstarter for the project which you can check out here www.kickstarter.com/projects/b…
Check out the trailer for more details as well as some previews of work I have done so far for the project alongside some of the artwork produced for the game by the studios talented artists, also it has one hell of a cool credit sequence.

If any of you have been following my own comic series Telikos Protocol then you know what to expect in terms of quality and scale, it will not disappoint :ahoy:
Be sure to back the project to bag some cool rewards www.kickstarter.com/projects/b…

Thanks :ahoy:
Usually I try to do a New Years update closer to New Year but I was building up some news and waiting for a few things to become certain before I update on what I have planned and what could occur in within the next year, as well as reflecting on 2013.

First I was brutally close to getting a job with Sony's Guerilla Games Cambridge studio working on Killzone, did the art test and passed, had a fantastic interview and very positive feedback then unfortunately Sony pulled the plug on the studios current direction and so recruitment was halted which was a massive shame especially as they ended by saying I would have been perfect for the studio. Not the greatest start to the year but looking on the bright side I would have got the position had it not been canned and this is for Sony's headline studio so that's more than a little encouraging :)
Earlier in 2013 I also got far with an interview with CCP (EVE Online) But after waiting for almost 3 months, they have a very very long interview process, I was able to reflect on the idea of moving to Iceland permanently and whilst I'd love to visit I decided it's probably not the greatest place for me to move to especially taking into consideration my girlfriend as there is very little for her to do out there. 

Despite a few close calls with going into full time studio work my freelance work has been going form strength to strength with some very cool projects in the works including a very innovative game the likes of which has never been done before, and a new collaboration with a games developer to create a gritty graphic novel for their game. Lots of cool new images to show off soon as these projects begin to come into the light.
Looking back at where I was this time last year in regards to commissions it's reassuring to see such a huge leap in volume of these projects I get to work on and thanks to that increase I was able to go full time freelance middle of last year which was an event that has been 8 years in the making, 8 years of hard work and having to fight people who insisted I was wasting my time, 2014 is shaping up to be one massive middle finger to said people :)

2013 saw Telikos Protocol enter it's first full year after issues 1's release at NYCC in October 2012, issue 2 was released in May and issue 3 was close to release end of 2013 but sadly we missed that deadline but we have learnt much about the process, re-thought the length of time it takes to complete each issue and stepped up our game for 2014. May this year will not only see issue 3 up for grabs but also Telikos Protocol's first complete volume containing issues 1 to 3 alongside lots of additional artwork, concepts, extras, and invitational artwork from some very gifted artists, all inside a glorious hardback book. We are looking forward to peoples reactions to that.

2014 will also see Telikos Protocol branch out as we have a group of fantastic people creating some cool pitch material ready to throw at various interested parties, not that issue 3 is pretty much complete and with issue 4's script finalised the true scope of the story and universe can begin to be seen and those that have been given the very detailed run down of events beginning to end have been blown away, we are really looking forward to seeing what becomes of these meetings. 
2014 will also see issues 4-5 of Telikos Protocol which is where the story really beings to deepen, so far you have been treated to some ferocious battles and the all out chaos of the brutal alien strike, at the end of issue 3 things change dramatically and the aftermath of those events steers humanity onto a path that could tear the universe apart, things come to light that will challenge everything we thought we knew about our universe, life, and where we come from. It's going to get pretty epic... More so.

Alongside Telikos Protocol myself and Peter Cooper (writer of Telikos) will be giving some very very cool announcements later in the year that we hope will astound and delight anyone who likes sci-fi, comics, kickass artwork, and gripping story telling but I will have to wait to tell you more on that subject.

2014 is shaping up to be a very big year in relation to my work as a freelance artist and with regards to my joint IP Telikos Protocol, a lot is going to happen.
Keep an eye on the Telikos Protocol project page as new stuff is going up very soon, teasers, previews, and some cool news about the future of the IP.

Of course none of the above could have happened without the huge support you have all given me over the duration of my time here, Deviant Art was been the home of my art since I first began to mess around in Photoshop years ago, I can only hope to continue to impress you all :ahoy:



Not long ago I did a rather epic battle scene for a book series called Armada Wars, this is the image here: adamburn.deviantart.com/art/Th… I then created the front cover for the first book in the series titles Steal from the Devil, cover is here: adamburn.deviantart.com/art/Ar…
Well the book has just been released for digital download on Amazon: www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00HFRRE4Q at just £2.99 your getting an epic book for very little and should tied you over during the holiday season :)

Have a great Xmas yall :ahoy:  
A few weeks back I was contacted by Black Cloud Studios regarding a possible collaboration with them on their RPG game After Reset that's currently undergoing crowed funding and been accepted through Steam's Greenlight project. They wanted to create a prelude graphic novel to add story and depth right at the start and that's where I come in. 
Early next year a new Kickstarter project will go up for funding the graphic novel asking for a very reasonable amount that won't be difficult to reach plus you will bag yourself some cool rewards. 
The graphic novel will be a one off highly detailed printed book, and if any of you have seen my work on Telikos Protocol you know what to expect in terms of quality, I am look forward to working on it, the game project is currently being funded via their own website and is going very well. 
Head over to their website to read the latest updates and get a closer look at the game, be sure to show your support :ahoy:

After Reset website: www.afterreset.com/forum/showt…
After Reset Facebook: www.facebook.com/afterreset
Want to see a game developer shave off his facial hair live during a live stream of their game? Of course you do. Novus Aeterno the massive MMORTS space game, which I had the pleaser of working on for a few years, is close to reaching their goal on Kickstarter www.kickstarter.com/projects/2…
Every Saturday they have a live stream showing off the game as well as divulging on future plans and answering your questions. In an odd turn of events Nick, the CEO, has said that if they make their target of $75,000 during the live stream which starts tonight at (21.00 GMT) (6pm EST) (3pm PST) on Twitch TV www.twitch.tv/novusaeterno he will shave off all his facial hair during the live stream. 
Now if that's not incentive enough to give this amazing game your support then you are truly lost :ahoy:

A few years ago I started working with a small but dedicated team of developers called Taitale Studios working on an MMORTS space game, the first persistent one which was a massive deal, after working with them for a few years and seeing the game develop from a very grand and ambitious idea to a fully working game I left the studio but have always kept my eye on the project and kept in contact with its talented master mind Nick Nieuwoudt. 
The project has come a long way since I left especially visually and all the things we were planning to do when I was there are now firmly in the the game and running. It's a hugely ambitious project and it's now on Kickstarter with some great rewards for backers. 

If you love Sci-Fi Space RTS games then this is the game for you, a persistent endless universe inhabited with other players, no instances, no separate maps, just one massive ever expanding galaxy. Think EVE online but an RTS and controlling a whole empire not just a single ship.

Head over to the KS page and check out the brief and the rather crazy video. The team certainly deserves to have your support they are some of the most dedicated people I have met, hell we practically got paid in sacks of rice when I was there :) but we stuck with it, a true labor of love. 
Show them some love and support, the game will blow you away :ahoy: Link bellow:

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So another summer over and winter is coming...<unintentional reference. Work is coming in thick and fast and the recent conventions have also meant a heavy work load, however it's been pretty awesome I have some amazing projects on the go with some of that work being released over the coming weeks and months with one new image being uploaded today :)
I also recently returned form New York Comic Con where myself, Peter Cooper (Telikos Protocol Writer) and the lovely Alice aka :icondestinyblue: were exhibiting in a shared booth and despite the rather cozy surroundings we had a great time. Sadly we had hoped to have issue 3 of Telikos Protocol out at the convention but due to some issues we missed our deadline BUT!!! It has meant that I have been able to revisit many of the pages and really push them to the max and so far issue 3 is looking like one hell of a comic with some of the best artwork I have ever produced in it  so be sure to keep an eye on the Facebook page for the release: www.facebook.com/telikosprotoc…

I would also like to thank all those that came to visit us at out booth and bought the issue and/or some of the art prints we had available we met some great people some who returned from last years event and dropped by to get their next fill of Telikos Protocol, so thanks.

After issue 3's release the next release will be the first complete volume and hell do we have a lot to cram into it, it will be a tome of insanely awesome story telling, intense artwork by not just me but invitational artwork by Andree Walling and Kai Lim as well as many other fantastic artists. It will contain the first 3 issues (around 150 pages in total) as well as extensive concept art produced for the project all lovingly presented in a pseudo corporation brochure, there will also be some other great extras which will be talked about on a later day but in total your looking at a hard back book with over 200 pages of content, not too shabby :ahoy:

I will also be attending the London MCM expo this coming weekend and it's going to be a big one for me especially with many many more prints up for grabs as well as some HUGE A1 prints of select images but they are very limited so if your around come and grab one before they all go, they are proper art prints and one of them I will be keeping because its too awesome not too be placed above my work station at home haha.

:ahoy:
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  • Reading: Saga
  • Watching: Star Trek
  • Playing: Something
  • Eating: !!??!
  • Drinking: Soup
So another summer over and winter is coming...<unintentional reference. Work is coming in thick and fast and the recent conventions have also meant a heavy work load, however it's been pretty awesome I have some amazing projects on the go with some of that work being released over the coming weeks and months with one new image being uploaded today :)
I also recently returned form New York Comic Con where myself, Peter Cooper (Telikos Protocol Writer) and the lovely Alice aka :icondestinyblue: were exhibiting in a shared booth and despite the rather cozy surroundings we had a great time. Sadly we had hoped to have issue 3 of Telikos Protocol out at the convention but due to some issues we missed our deadline BUT!!! It has meant that I have been able to revisit many of the pages and really push them to the max and so far issue 3 is looking like one hell of a comic with some of the best artwork I have ever produced in it  so be sure to keep an eye on the Facebook page for the release: www.facebook.com/telikosprotoc…

I would also like to thank all those that came to visit us at out booth and bought the issue and/or some of the art prints we had available we met some great people some who returned from last years event and dropped by to get their next fill of Telikos Protocol, so thanks.

After issue 3's release the next release will be the first complete volume and hell do we have a lot to cram into it, it will be a tome of insanely awesome story telling, intense artwork by not just me but invitational artwork by Andree Walling and Kai Lim as well as many other fantastic artists. It will contain the first 3 issues (around 150 pages in total) as well as extensive concept art produced for the project all lovingly presented in a pseudo corporation brochure, there will also be some other great extras which will be talked about on a later day but in total your looking at a hard back book with over 200 pages of content, not too shabby :ahoy:

I will also be attending the London MCM expo this coming weekend and it's going to be a big one for me especially with many many more prints up for grabs as well as some HUGE A1 prints of select images but they are very limited so if your around come and grab one before they all go, they are proper art prints and one of them I will be keeping because its too awesome not too be placed above my work station at home haha.

:ahoy:
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  • Reading: Saga
  • Watching: Star Trek
  • Playing: Something
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  • Drinking: Soup
After using CS4 for years and years I have finally decided to upgrade for one simple reason, monthly subscription, it seems it's gone the way of MMO's or at least older MMO's where you now pay 17 a month for the product rather than a lump sum of between 600-1000 so it's a lot easier on the wallet. At first I was a bit miffed as I read a few forums about peoples reactions to it but most seemed like the usual nay says who don't actually read up on the product they just hear "monthly sub" and go with the usual arguments of "You don't actually own the product", "If you stop paying you wont have access to your files" and "You need constant internet connection". All arguments were instantly dismissed once I read the handy FAQ on adobe's site about the product.

So what do you get for your 17? You get a version of PS which is pretty much identical to CS6 but it has a few other features mostly revolving around photography use but you also get constant updates of new features as and when they are released. You get 20gb of cloud storage for your files but those files still remain on your HDD if you so choose and you can choose which files you store in the cloud in case you start reaching the limit, or you can upgrade to a higher limit. You only have to connect to the internet once every 33 days (99 days if you choose to pay annually rather than monthly) and the program works as any other PS product offline just no syncing files with the cloud obviously. If you choose to stop paying you get the free version which is 2GB storage and of course any files on your PC are still yours like any other file, they don't get locked or anything, but obviously PS wont work.

It's still an argument that you never end up technically owning the product but the monthly payment also rules out having to pay upgrade fees whenever they release a new version or features, so long as you keep paying you keep getting the most up to date version of PS. 

I will probably post some insights into the new PS soon once I get more use to it. 
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I recently started a new position as Associate Producer for a company called Heavy Cat Studios who produce art for various games and comics of all styles, I now oversee multiple projects and make sure work gets done on time and communicate with the clients... I have already learnt one thing, working with artists is very annoying, they can be rather lazy and require much prodding, now I know how the writer on my comic Telikos Protocol feels when he tries to get work out of me :)

Anyway I have also received multiple notes and comments regarding someone using my work and sticking a copyright symbol on it relating to Heavy Cat Studios, that's absolutely fine they do have a Deviant Art account where they post work by their various artists. So yeah put away your pitch forks and torches for now, all is well.

Also in other news I am off to New York Comic Con in October releasing issue 3 of Telikos Protocol, you can check out more details and some sneak peaks at the new issue over on the Facebook page: www.facebook.com/telikosprotoc…

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  • Reading: Scary Go Round
  • Watching: Black Mirror
  • Playing: Crysis 3
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themariogamer.deviantart.com/
Ok this guy has a huge gallery of a lot of stolen works mostly from various illustrators for model kits but there are a few I recognise including one of my own images, I asked it to be taken down but he just blocked me... So yeah just report and move on, no need to flame you will just get ignored and it looks like many have already tried. Mass reporting should shift most of his stuff :ahoy:
themariogamer.deviantart.com/
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  • Playing: Crysis 3
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Over the weekend myself and Peter Cooper (Telikos Protocol writer) were attending the London MCM comic expo where we released issue 2, overall reactions were fantastic and we got to meet a lot of very happy fans and get some great feedback.
Over the weekend we also received some insane news regarding Telikos' future, I can't divulge too much at this point but I will say that a Telikos Movie is not out of the question.

Work on issue 3 is going well and I took the time before starting work on it to improve the characters appearance and more importantly their faces and expressions, you can see the results of this in my latest image I have submitted :ahoy:

Lots of great stuff is going on right now regarding Telikos and we will be able to share some of that news soon especially leading up to the release of issue 3 so do make sure to keep an eye on the Facebook page: www.facebook.com/telikosprotoc…

Also check out my own Facebook page as I update it with various other works that I don't submit here: www.facebook.com/adam.burn.520…

Thanks for all your support :ahoy:
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One of my favourite crazy space battle images got a Daily Deviation award today which I was very pleased with so thanks to all of those who are now watching my work and thanks for all the kind comments my only regret was not being able to reply to all of them :ahoy:

If your a fan of my work be sure to check out my graphic novel project Telikos Protocol on it's Facebook page: www.facebook.com/telikosprotoc…
We recently released the second issue.

Thanks again :ahoy:
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As the title says the long over due issue 2 of Telikos Protocol is now available as digital download from iBooks, Amazon, and Graphic.ly, with Comixology following soon. Also the printed issues are just finishing up and will be available direct through our FB page late next week.

If you want more info on the project as well as the latest contributor artwork from various talented artists visit the Facebook page now and give us some love www.facebook.com/telikosprotoc…

Also we had :iconandreewallin: produce an image for the first volume you can check out his madly awesome Telikos image here: www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbi…

On another note we will be at London MCM expo 24-26 May so some check us out we will have copies of issue 2 there as well as limited edition prints of some killer work from the series. :ahoy:
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A few weeks back we were starting to announce the guest artists that would be contributing to the first volume of Telikos Protocol releasing later this year. Among a handful of single artists we also got a whole art group involved in a contest to find 3 artists who's work would be featured in the first volume and we got some great images.

The Lumiarium is an art group I have belonged to for years eve since it first started and the artists in said group have taught me so much over time so I really wanted to get them involved as a thank you.
Bellow you can find all the info about the exhibit and the images, be sure to follow them on Facebook and check out the amazing images, we will also have them up on the Telikos page so be sure to head there and hit that Like button :ahoy:

The Luminarium site: theluminarium.net/v3/telikos/
Luminarium Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/The-Lum…
Telikos Protocol Facebook: www.facebook.com/telikosprotoc…
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  • Reading: Scary Go Round
  • Watching: Black Mirror
  • Playing: Crysis 3
  • Eating: !!??!
  • Drinking: Soup