This totally slipped my mind. Earlier in the semester I met James Gurney. At first I wasn't a big fan of his work per say, but since I've been going to school at Montgomery I've purchased some of his books. His book Imaginative Realism was very interesting to read and pretty much gave you an overview of his process. I loved looking at his color thumbnails from that book. He also works with a lot of sculptures or preliminary models so he can create the lighting effects he wants in order to take good image reference for his paintings.