Special thanks to Pierre-Antoine Moelo aka "Péah" for sending his self published artbook Where the Lines Meet to me a month ago. Peah is a concept artist from Montreal, Canada.
Where the Lines Meet is a personal artbook of Peah featuring the paintings and sketches from 2013 to 2014. There are traditional media as well as digital art.
The artworks are beautiful. I particularly like the subdued colour palette and design of the scenes with the wonderful composition.
There are a few island designs that are quite cool, such as the one you see on the cover. It's a nice idea to have a small island and coming up with designs, the buildings on the little land space on the island. The designs are visually very interesting. When you look closer, you'll notice that the houses are slightly worn and look really homely.
The next section has some concept sketches in black and white based on a Russian fairy tale called 'Vasilisa the Beautiful'. Here, Peah came up with designs for the setting, props and also scene paintings. The final result looks beautifully realised.
Lastly, there are the interesting and quirky character designs. The drawings have very clean line art and the costume designs are amazing.
Now for the bad news. The print run for this sketchbook was only 200 and everything's already sold out. But anyway, you can check out more art from Peah at http://www.peah-art.com and http://peahart.tumblr.com/