No easy way to introduce this subtly, so.
After contacting Ron Thornton, to find out who designed one of the ships on Babylon 5, one thing led to another, and a quick exercise in learning how to code up a web page turned into a unique reference site. (5 years, 15 FX artists and one producer later). Among those contacted included Steve Burg, Everett Burrell, Eric Chauvin and Kevin Kutchaver.
The site isn't going to stay up forever, It was just a hobby, a one off, so I made it downloadable for anyone to keep no strings, popups, adverts or anything else attached. Just a lot frank, revealing and occasionally funny interviews from a bunch of artists with enough Emmys between them to field a couple of football teams (that answer a lot of questions and bust a few myths) and a fair bit of previously unreleased concept art, like this.
It's not so much about the show, but the artists, the art and the technology. Steve Burg (who recently designed the Prometheus for the Ridley Scott movie) described what we talked about as the most in-depth examination of his methodology and approach to design ever carried out. Which, considering Steve's career, came as a bit of a surprise.
This is a link to a facebook page highlighting the site.
If you read the top post you'll see why I joined FB and set it up, and why I'm pointing there. It's far from ideal (a lot of folks aren't on facebook), but it was the best idea I could think of to let as many folk know as possible, before the site disappears.
If anyone is interested, ain't on facebook and can't see the two links to the site (you don't need to log into FB to see or use them). Then here's a link to the site itself. Though if you can 'like' that thing, that would be helpful.
This is not my page (Amras)! It is made by "Tom Smith"!
Go and get it!