VCL Mirrors: Main, Orcas. Frames On, Off.
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400x576 36742 bytes 2007.08.23
Black Pearl of Hungary
Shagya Arabian Stallion O'Bajan XIII, "The Black Pearl of Hungary" done from a black and white photo taken sometime in the 1950s or 1960s. Pencil.
400x607 58136 bytes 2008.09.20
Bulldog & Butterfly
The butterfly on his nose totally screws up his tough guy act.\r\n\r\nACEO 2.5X3.5 inches. 6.5X9 CM. (it appears bigger on screen than it actually is) Original charcoal drawing on bristol paper.\r\n\r\nOriginal available for sale through Etsy:
371x537 125371 bytes 2008.01.08
Eastern chipmunk ACEO
This is just a cute little eastern chipmunk nibbling away on some seeds while perched on a log in front of some beech leaves.\r\n\r\n2.5 X3.5 inches (6.5X9CM) Charcoal on bristol.
374x301 11488 bytes 2002.04.08
Computer overpainting done in Photoshop. It's my darling guinea pig, Cinder, who I managed to catch lying down to take a nap. Usually she flips out when she hears the camera and immediatly stops doing whatever cute thing she was doing that I wanted a picture of. The overpainting was done over the original photo, and then had the background removed. (you didn't really want to see wood chips and a water bottle)\r\nCinder's actually an Abysinnean, but she's kind of light on rosettes since I think the father was probably a smooth coat. Rosettes didn't come out as well as I liked, but I'm very happy with the eyes and the shading to the black portions of her fur. She's got a very nice expression that says "why have you interupted my nap and what is that thing you're pointing at me?"
523x1350 207821 bytes 2007.08.22
Mixed media. Hot wax for the skull and background. Eyeballs done in acrylic. Original is 4.5X12 on cardboard.
502x537 51356 bytes 2002.02.01
Hey, haven't I seen this pose before? Yes, yes you have. It's the same pose used on glass. This is a colored pencil version of the pencil sketched used for glass. It's just fancing a different way because the glas piece was then flipped over.\r\nIt's a little experiment with different media. Easiest to tell how the media behaves if you do the exact same picture several times, in different materials.\r\nOne foot is screwy, but I'm otherwise happy.
425x583 67072 bytes 2010.08.12
A grumpy old tabby glares at you for waking him. \r\n\r\nPart of a series of illustrations of cats currently for adoption at the local humane society. Adopt Arnie: http://www.daws.org/catgallery.html\r\n\r\nACEO 2.5X3.5 inches. 6.5X9 CM. (it appears bigger on screen than it actually is) Original acrylic and charcoal painting on bristol stock.
425x604 70059 bytes 2010.08.26
Pet me? play with me? love me?\r\n\r\nPart of a series of illustrations of cats currently for adoption at the local humane society. Adopt Augustus: http://www.daws.org/catgallery.html\r\n\r\nACEO 2.5X3.5 inches. 6.5X9 CM. acrylic and charcoal painting on bristol stock.\r\n\r\nOriginal available for sale:\r\nhttp://www.etsy.com/listing/54743206/augustus-original-odd-eyed-black-cat
425x585 59017 bytes 2010.09.17
Oooooh, string....\r\n\r\nPart of a series of illustrations of cats at the local humane society. BELLA HAS BEEN ADOPTED! YEAH!\r\n\r\n2.5X3.5 inches.\r\n
211x216 13430 bytes 2003.12.27
Detail from earlier dhole hunter on the prowl. \r\n\r\nI really liked the feet. They came out really well considering how few times I've used Painter before, and I drew these freehand too. So I uploaded a detail to show them off, as the detail gets lost in the full size image.
459x326 33860 bytes 2008.05.29
Duck and Cover- line work
Line work for the card "duck and Cover" for the Rage CCG. \r\n\r\nColored version forthcoming.\r\n\r\nTINY piece as the surface is only 2.5X 3.5 and the figure doesn't fill it so he has some room to 'duck'.
416x300 46335 bytes 2007.12.07
Fast Food Fox
ACEOs seem to be one of those hot things at moment so I wanted to try one. My paintings have slowly been shrinking anyway, so going all the way down to trading card size didn't seem too hard.\r\n\r\nWhy is this called Fast Food Fox? do you seriously think that little duck can outrun a fox? We all know how this will end...\r\n\r\nThis picture is actually bigger on screen than in person! It's a tiny 2.5X3.5 inches. Acrylic, colored pencil and charcoal on bristol.\r\n\r\nThis is also the first fox I've drawn in about 7 or 8 years.
549x700 118184 bytes 2007.10.16
After breaking yet another custom frame, slicing open my hand twice, and taking the skin off my knuckles with a wood rasp I gave up on framing existing pieces to take to Anthrocon in July.\r\n\r\nI cut the stock to the exact dimensions of an existing frame and painted this ode to how I felt about framing. So not doing that again!\r\n\r\nMixed media on bristol.
626x432 55903 bytes 2002.04.02
A photograph of the glass piece I did as an experiment, all nicely framed and signed for a Rage Apocalypse tournament in Ohio. \r\nThe picture was done by painting front and back on a piece of glass while it was laying on top of a sketch. The background was done freehand. The irregular shape is because it was done on a broken sharp of glass from an aquarium. I like to recycle and reuse stuff for artwork. It was kryloned to keep the paint from rubbing off accidentally, and then framed in this little frame behind yet another piece of glass. Most of the depth of the piece got lost in the photograph. I believe the frame is 5 X 7. It's not very large.
630x449 108753 bytes 2009.11.06
2.5X3.5. Charcoal and acrylic
571x400 81740 bytes 2008.09.13
Trrrrrrrrreeeeeee-eeeeeeeat!\r\n\r\nA gray tree frog calls into the night.\r\n\r\nACEO 2.5X3.5 inches. 6.5X9 CM. (it appears bigger on screen than it actually is) Original charcoal drawing on bristol paper.
432x607 74047 bytes 2009.11.13
Vampire Horse ACEO
He sucks the sparkles right out of all those other ponies.\r\n\r\nACEO 2.5X3.5 inches. 6.5 X9 CM. Original acrylic and charcoal painting on bristol stock.
778x1000 181564 bytes 2007.10.13
Scotch Highland Cow done in hot wax on cardboard.\r\n\r\nOriginal 11X14
674x450 67656 bytes 2009.01.18
Horse Head ACEO
A solid little working horse, just waiting to get the rest of the tack on and get to work.\r\n\r\nACEO 2.5X3.5 inches. 6.5X9 CM. (it appears bigger on screen than it actually is) Original charcoal drawing on bristol stock.\r\n\r\nAvailable for sale on Etsy:\r\nhttp://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=19899948
1169x850 298959 bytes 2007.08.22
African Wild Dog
Experimental piece. Hot wax on cardstock.
417x540 34318 bytes 2003.04.01
A random comic page for Ursala Vernon's weekly art challenge (this week, comics). This is sadly enough based on a dream I had at one point, yes, with an eldritch horror falling out of the sky talking on a cellphone and wearing a Hawaiian shirt. And a ferret that looks like a dragon. its a rare galapagos ferret, that's why.\r\nI did orginally hand letter this, but determined my handwriting was illegible, so added text with Fireworks. some of the original handwritten text survived in spots.
500x701 57901 bytes 2004.12.25
A hyena mother gazes lovingly at her cub. Soon he'll be up and running, but for now, she can hold him in her arms and pretend he'll always be her baby.\r\n\r\nDone in Painter 8 with a graphics tablet. Used as an experiment to try out a new technique for creating fur. Acrylics drybrush function used over oils underpainting. Brickwork in the background done as oil underpainting with chalk on top.
528x432 2894 bytes 2003.12.08
iCepatch. Drawn freehand in photoshop, thus the slightly choppy edge.\r\n\r\n16" of New England snow and black ice, meet iPod spoof. Play nice together. \r\n\r\n I will post real art soon to make up for inflicting yet another iPod spoof upon the world.\r\n\r\niPod is the property of Apple Computer.
526x450 73038 bytes 2003.01.02
I went nuts and inked in all the details on this while watching "The Future is Wild" on Animal Planet. Too bad they didn't have any 'dillos in their South American section. They're neat, and hardy, specieswise. Armadillos have been around for somewhere around 25 million years. Says its pretty good design.\r\nI'm fairly happy with the inking on this considering much of the texturing was done without pencilling first and I have NO CLUE what I'm doing with a pen.
236x333 39692 bytes 2003.10.27
Sample of an card from the upcoming online release of the Rage CCG. This is using some old artwork of mine, now on a card. More info on Rage: http://www.rainydaypaperback.com/rage.html\r\n\r\nWhy upload a card version if I've already got the art uploaded? Because not only did I do the artwork, I did all the layout! Laying out text and images may not be as glamorous or exciting as painting, but its still hard, and I'm proud of how it came out. \r\n\r\nRage and associated terms are copyright White Wolf Game Studios. Posted with permission.
209x209 36720 bytes 2002.02.05
Computer overpainting in Photoshop. Done with a mouse. The original phot used for the overpainting wasn't so bloody and the wolf on the right had it's tail tucked up under it's belly. Didn't seem properly agressive considering the gore, so it was moved.\r\n\r\nIt might look slightly familiar since the wolf on the left is my avatar head on the forums.\r\n\r\nThe original pictures used for the overpainting is on page 88 of "Wolves" by Candace Savage, put out by the Sierra Club. Photo taken by Peter J. McLeod.
605x427 88812 bytes 2010.02.03
Mormon Cricket ACEO
Mormon crickets aren't actually crickets, they're from the katydid family. The "mormon" part is because swarms of these insects nearly wiped out the crops at the first Mormon (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) settlement in Utah. \r\n\r\nACEO 2.5X3.5 inches. 6.5 X9 CM. acrylic and charcoal painting on bristol stock.
625x449 131468 bytes 2009.11.06
\r\n\r\nCoyote feeding at a kill.\r\n\r\n3 X4 .5 inches. 7.5 X 11.5 CM.\r\n\r\nOriginal for sale on Etsy:\r\nhttp://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=33799119\r\n
540x720 91590 bytes 2003.12.08
Poster version of King Albrecht, intended as a free download for people wishing to advertise Rage in their area so they can find some new play mates. It will fit on a standard 8 1/2 by 11 page. (poster's actually 7.5 by 10, to ensure the edges aren't cut off during printing)\r\n\r\nKing Albrecht's pose based on the famous Uncle Sam poster by James Montgomery Flagg. The framing and lay out here is based on the character card layout for Rage.\r\n\r\nKing Albrecht, Rage, and its associated terms are the property of White Wolf Game Studios.
495x450 29586 bytes 2003.04.20
I seem to be doing a lot of inked pictures recently. This was originally on 8 1/2 by 11 printer paper, but I cropped out some of the road and the fence in the background. Two different sizes of pen, and a tiny bit of white acrylic paint to add the highlight on the pupil, since I messed it up inking it.\r\nI've been suckered into playing Werewolf: the Apocalypse online in the dreaded New Breman chats. Gasp! This is my character, Litany Santiago, a Homid Ragabash Uktena dowser. With a flash light for making people see the light... upside the head.\r\nI like her head and expression, but am not as happy with her feet and the positioning of her torso. I like the background as well.
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