Mark Wagner, who has long been a favorite contributor to the Journal of Mythic Arts, wears many hats as an artist. He is an art educator -- working especially with children (have a look at one of his projects The Kids' Chalk Art Project in support of the Alameda School District support for the arts that created a chalk drawing, so large it made it into the Guinness Book of World Records); he is a wonderful painter and sculptor; his work is a splendid mix of mythic and contemporary work (check here for the Journal's article on his work); and he has done quite a bit of conceptual design work for film. So his new 3D Portfolio is one more area where he has developed quite a bit of interesting new work.
I really enjoyed browsing through the site (I am a total sucker for artists' sketchbooks and this one is a virtual version of Wagner's imaginative play). I found many of the images quite fascinating...and some a little scary (but fabulous conceptually as eerie, futuristic kinds of fantastic creatures.) Click on the images to see larger versions.
Stop by the Hearts and Bones Studio and have a look at the new work. But if your taste runs to the more 2D mythic versions on paper, check out the Fine Art section for his paintings, sculptures, and yes...more great sketchbooks.