Missoula's Science Fiction & Fantasy Convention

MisCon 38: the Dark Forest, May 24 - 27, 2024 Missoula, Montana

Tiffany Toland-Scott

MisCon 38 Attending Professional

Tiffany Toland-Scott is a Chesley-nominated artist originally from the Cascade foothills of Washington state and now living in Georgia. She works primarily in oil and watercolor, but started out as a digital artist. She’s self-published a number of fantasy and gothic art books, coloring books, and the Ancient Wisdom Oracle Deck. She has also worked for and with other companies, producing The Angel Tarot for Llewellyn Worldwide (2025) and a number of illustrations for Flame Tree Publishing, Hot Topic, Out of Step Books, and others.

Tiffany Toland-Scott is a Chesley-nominated artist originally from the Cascade foothills of Washington State and now living in Georgia. She works primarily in oil and watercolor, but started out as a digital artist. She's self-published a number of fantasy and gothic art books, coloring books, and the Ancient Wisdom Oracle Deck. She has also worked for and with other companies, producing The Angel Tarot for Llewellyn Worldwide (2025) and a number of illustrations for Flame Tree Publishing, Hot Topic, Out of Step Books, and others.

Tiffany is a proponent of the self-taught artist, having left the scammy for-profit art schools behind as a young adult and pursued an artistic career without them. She is an ardent supporter of free art education and produces 4-5 instructional videos a month which are available on her YouTube channel, @spellboundbrush.

Tiffany is a proponent of the self-taught artist, having left the scammy for-profit art schools behind as a young adult and pursued an artistic career without them. She is an ardent supporter of free art education and produces 4-5 instructional videos a month which are available on her YouTube channel, @spellboundbrush.

Web site: http://www.paintwitch.com

Scheduled Panels and Presentations:

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(Tentative)

  • panel Fri 2:00 - 2:50 PM, Meet the Artists, Dragon Pavilion (1)
    Moderator: Justin Barba; Panelists: John Barba, Justin Barba, Stan! Brown, Michael Brugger, Rob Carlos, Echo Chernik, Dragon Dronet, Tony Gregori, Lizzy D. Hill, Tess Langston, Todd Lockwood, Alexandra Martyn, Cait May, Randy Pepprock, Sean Ricks, Nikki Rossignol McCoy, Steven K Smith (SKS Props), Jeff Sturgeon, Tiffany Toland-Scott, Brittany Torres, Jim Wright (Stonekettle), Lacy Zee (Vox Moxxi)

    Here's your first opportunity to meet and hang out with MisCon 37's artists. You can talk art, ask questions, have a cup of coffee (or something stronger), get things signed, whatever you want. Just come hang out.

  • Break Fri 2:50 - Sat 1:00
  • panel Sat 1:00 - 2:50 PM, Artist's Corner, Artist's Corner
    Panelists: Lizzy D. Hill, Cheyenna Krone, Tiffany Toland-Scott, Brittany Torres

    Hang out with some of MisCon's artists as they draw, paint, or play around with whatever catches their interest. Want to bring your own art materials and make your own stuff? Please do. Want to ask questions about anything art-related? Now is your chance. Just want to eat a sandwich and watch Rob Carlos draw some awesome dragons? Come have a seat. This is an informal hangout session--come and go as you like, or drop in for a few minutes between panels.

  • Break Sat 2:50 - Sun 2:00
  • panel Sun 2:00 - 2:50 PM, Art in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, Dragon Pavilion (1)
    Moderator: Rob Carlos; Panelists: Rob Carlos, Echo Chernik, Cait May, Tiffany Toland-Scott

    Our artists will discuss art in the age of AI. Is the future bleak? Is it bright? What are the pros and cons of AI? How can artists (and future artists!) deal with it? Is it already too late?

  • Break Sun 2:50 - Mon 10:00
  • panel Mon 10:00 - 10:50 AM, Oils, Acrylics, Aluminium, Wool, Glass: Let's Talk Art, Monster Tent (2)
    Panelists: Stan! Brown, Rob Carlos, Cheyenna Krone, Steven K Smith (SKS Props), Tiffany Toland-Scott

    Oil painting. Acrylics. Digital. Pencils. pens. Clay. Glass. Fibers. Metal. Why do our artists like working with the media they use? What are benefits of them? Can you make a living oil painting these days?