A is for Angels, the guardians of the sky.
B is for Brownies, who oft make mischief and lie.
C is for Centaur, the gallant half men steeds.
D is for Dragons, who don't always do nasty deeds.
E is for Elf, the noble forest race.
F is for Fairy, with pretty wings of lace.
G is for Griffon, the part lion, part eagle beast.
H is for Harpy, who sometimes on men feast.
I is for Imp, the playfully evil critters.
J is for Jinn, who may grant you three wishes.
K is for Kirin, the unicorn of the East.
L is for Leprechaun, whose avarice never ceased.
M is for Mermaid, who swim under ship and sail.
N is for Naga, with a long and snakey tail.
O is for Ogre, who fees and foes and fies.
P is for Pegasus, the horse who soars the skies.
Q is for Queen, who will rule for many days.
R is for Roane, the Irish seal faes.
S is for Satyr, who plays upon his pipes.
T is for Treante, the twisted tree man types.
U is for Unicorn, with horn upon their head.
V is for Vampire, the cold, blood drinking dead.
W is for Wyvern, the drakes with wings for arms.
X is for Xylo-Fae, the wood spirit with charms.
Y is for Yeti, the white ape of cold heights.
Z is for Zephyr, the wind that lifts up sprites.Hi Everyone!
As you know, my website presently showcases the fantasy art of computer games, so there's a lot of art out there that doesn't fit there at the moment. I can, however, introduce it to you on this blog.
Today, I'd like to introduce the art of Selina Fenech. There's so much to see and do on her site that you'll probably want to take your time with this one before moving on to have a look at her related sites.
At the core is beautiful fairy / fantasy art, and she distributes it in more ways than you can count with your fingers and toes: Some of the less commonly seen items are Oracle and Affirmation Card Decks, Handcrafted Journals in faux suede, and Mirror Compacts.
Definitely worth dropping by is the possibly even-more-fascinating Free Gifts section that includes a complete Decorative Alphabet (based on the rhyme above -- also written by the artist!), a Fantasy Paperdolls Game (using Shockwave), and wallpapers so beautiful yet given away freely that you'll want to see what the artist has reserved for sale as prints. Here's a teaser, and a slideshow of her wallpapers.