Talk:Anthony S. Waters
Gallery Highlights[edit source]
|Circular Logic||High||High||Popular card, also one that he has stated was very enjoyable to work on. He has noted that as is, it is unfinished and will probably remain that way.||Not recommended|
|Dread Slag||High||High||Showcases his visceral tendencies. Jeremy Jarvis declared it one of the scariest Magic arts of all time.||Not recommended|
|Forest||High||Very High||Showcases his work on the Ravnica style guide. His favorite of the basic land concepts he helped to create.||Not recommended|
|Graven Cairns||High||High||Award nominated artwork. Shows off many of his stated themes - Alienation, Isolation, Loss||Feasibly could be flopped with a HQ of Cinder Wall|
|Ooze Garden||High||Medium||Showcases his abstract and evocative natures. Other artworks do it with slightly more relevance though.||Only if showcasing his early artwork style|
|Petals of Insight||Very High||Very High||One of his personal favorite arts. He considers this art to be the exact turning point in his artistic career.||Would be foolish|
|Wild Mongrel||Very High||Very High||Easily his most iconic and popular card.||Would be foolish|
|Yavimaya Coast||High||High||Showcases his landscape work and one of his most popular cards. Possibly redundant with Circular Logic and the Rav. Forest.||Only to remove redundancy|
Use this as a quick way to determine which artworks need improvement or replacement.
Elements Disincluded from Rewrite[edit source]
- I removed his contact information. It was out of date anyway since he now lives in Cali.
- Left off the ComicCon comment. Feel free to add it back on with a citation. Not sure where it came from.--Cashew 10:45, 8 September 2010 (UTC)