on this page we present you all kinds of articles published in magazines or
newspapers where our site, "The Santharian Dream", is mentioned, in
order to give you an
idea how our project is received "offline" if you so want. If you're a
journalist yourself and would like to write something about the Dream, feel free
to contact the webmaster and we'll
provide more information and pictures you can use. We think a good project can
need the deserved attention.
Cover of the April 2006 issue.
ImagineFX, April 2006.
In April 2006 the Santharian Dream for the first time to our
knowledge made it on the pages of a magazine. Though mentioned only briefly in
ImagineFX's April issue, it's definitely a start - it surely has been about time
for an 8 year old internet project to be noticed by an editor and become the
topic of an article, in this case addressing the art community.
News overview and article on
Dream published in ImagineFX, April 2006 issue.
at the time of publishing the Santharian article was a brand new Fantasy &
Sci-Fi Digital Art magazine, started in January 2006. The magazine is based in
the UK, but sells copies world wide, featuring mainly artist workshops and
interviews, artist galleries, reviews on tools and resources. Though quite
expensive, the magazine has its uses for everyone interested in trying to
produce digital art, and even includes a DVD with Photoshop, Painter or Corel
Draw sources. If you're into digital art or planning to start seriously, take a
look at the magazine.
The focus of the Santharian article of course is limited to the art side of the
project (and a tad off in some aspects), so that it is a bit one-sided and won't
give people interested in this kind of fantasy project that much insight. In
general the lack of explanations on various details about the purpose of the
project has to be mentioned, but on the other hand: that's what the site is here
for. So if you've found your way to Santharia from reading the ImagineFX
article, make sure to take the site tour
to learn more about our project or just ask at the Development Forum.
Used in the article and on the overview page are artworks of Eratin (Jeff Lee
Johnsen, US), who drew the Kuglimz lancer, Faugar (Rafal Hrynkiewicz, Poland),
who did the Ylfferrhim elf and a part of the Volkek-Oshra picture by Quellion
(Santiago Iborra, Spain) is shown as well. All three pictures are artworks
exclusively commissioned for the Santharian Dream.