Fifty Visions of the Sublime



THIS FREE OFFER ENDS ON 20 APRIL 2019.

1. First Edition - Color Version

FREE  The first edition of Fifty Visions of the Sublime (Celebrate the Waterfalls of SouthEast Australia) is now available for FREE download for the next few days.

All platforms
Fifty Visions of the Sublime
Published Dark Aelf 2019
Release (expected 27 March 2019)
110pp, 52 color plates (over 56 spreads)
1st Edition (download, all platforms) available by clicking HERE

2. First Edition - Sepia Version

FREE The first edition of the Sepia Collection is now available for FREE download for the next few days. This is intended as an accompanying book to “Fifty Visions of the Sublime”, and may be used in a couple of different ways - with water-paints, pencils or ink on a number of different media. If you are pleased with the outcome, let us know, and we will publish them here to encourage others to engage with the wilderness around us.


3. Second Edition - Fine Art Version

A second edition is being finalized for printing in hard copy for distribution through book stores.


2nd Edition (e-book, & hi-quality color paperback 8" by 10") available Amazon (expected 20th April 2019)
A e-book of this edition is now available on Amazon.
More details of the paperback will be available at Dark Aelf Productions when book is published.

4. Second Edition - Sepia Version

A second edition of the Sepia Collection is being finalized for printing in hard copy for distribution through book stores. This is intended as a low-cost stand alone 'drawing book' and can also be used for drawing, coloring or copying to other media.



(e-book, & b&w paperback 8" by 10") available Amazon (expected April 2019).
More details available at Dark Aelf Productions when book is published.




Comments

Julianne B said…
So much more interesting than 50 shades of grey. Really love the image of footrot flats I mean Flat rock falls and Belmore falls. 10/10 You are so talented.
Anonymous said…
Thank you for this beautiful gift. The invocation brought tears to my eyes.
Wednesday, March 27, 2019 at 11:44:00 PM PDT

Comments

Anonymous said…
Thank you kindly for your amazing free gift & I look forward to reading it. I luv your posts featuring Waterfalls, good luck in the foreseeable future kind sir & thanks once again. All the very best
Peter Quinton said…
Thank you Julianne B. Peace be upon you.
Peter Quinton said…
Thank you Anonymous (invocation): it is the simple things in life that matter.
Peter Quinton said…
Thank you Anonymous (reading): i hope you enjoy the book. I am just finalizing the next edition for Amazon - i have enjoyed working with this book a great deal.
JPP said…
Err i hope i am posting inthe right place because i find this blog thing oh so confusing???? I am totally lost here, I can only find my way here when i get a link from an email, Anyhow its always great to keep in touch with old G+ contacts, Love your work as always Peter Quinton, cheers and have a great weekend everyone
Peter Quinton said…
Hi JPP, Blogs take a little to get used to, but it might be the way of the future for a little while. Thanks for your thoughts :) A lot of us have reformed at Chris Sutton's cooperative - www.tipua.com - and it is starting to thrive as a vibrant and strong community. You (and anyone else wanting to get in on the groundfloor ofsomething that promises to be different) are welcome to come over and be part of the fun.
Dave the Roofer said…
Australia is peaceful to me since I've seen your waterfalls for the last few months. Thank you for your gifts I'm grateful.
Peter Quinton said…
Thanks Dave, i am pleased to meet you - and hope you can come adventure over here one day. Please give these to your friends, with my appreciation.
Al Chris said…
Grieving for what is about to be lost, but so grateful for meeting you, Julianne B and others.
Thank you for these priceless gifts, I'm in awe of your talents.
lefti said…
They are beautiful...thank you...
Peter Quinton said…
Hi Al,
it was nice to do something that marks this moment. I abhor the loss, and the distress it causes so many.
Peter Quinton said…
Thanks Lefti
Nice to have a reason to revisit these and spend a little time with each :)

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