VCL Mirrors: Main, Orcas. Frames On, Off.
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"Bunny Buns" -- wouldn't you like to find her as your centerfold?
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Sorry. :) I had to. :)
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The lovely folks at Feral! asked me to be their guest of honour in 2002. Damned if I could think of a single camp-related thing to draw...:/ Still can't...:/\r\n\r\nFeral! was great, though. I'm going again. :)
800x499 115148 bytes 2005.07.19
Reality television taken to the next logical level.
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Can't Say No
Every year, untold numbers of rats and mice are "sacrificed" to the biomedical research industry, in the name of creating more overpriced, copyrighted substances to be marketed by pharmaceutical companies. Animal experimentation has been repeatedly shown to be obsolete, irrelevant, and even damaging to the process of pharmaceutical development. Since rats and mice (and rabbits, guinea pigs, monkeys, cats, and dogs) are not human, results obtained from animal testing are rarely useful or accurate indicators of what will happen during the required subsequent testing on humans. Still, we allow animal testing to continue, with some bizarre idea it makes the new pharmaceuticals "safe". Denied even basic USDA protection, mice and rats are primary food for the biomedical research machine.
776x600 106857 bytes 2002.01.13
The former Mailbox Books was forced by some nice folks to change its name after 15 years. The new Rabbit Valley now has to pay off a bunch of legal bills! Ack!\r\n\r\nGo to www.rabbitvalley.com and buy this print -- ALL proceeds from it go to help Rabbit Valley and keep an actual furry business alive :)
645x600 89683 bytes 2001.08.11
"Catch of the Day" -- I wanted to draw an albino skunk, and here she is. :)
900x633 140424 bytes 2007.12.26
Falstaff: Cat Got Your Tongue?
The infinitely patient "Tallyhawk" is (c) his player.
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This "throwaway line" got lots of people giggling at Anthrocon. Sometimes I wonder about you people ;)\r\n\r\nRemember, prints are available at Rabbit Valley! ;)
668x467 85821 bytes 1996.12.06
800x615 139393 bytes 2005.07.14
Every year, I try to do a "macro" picture for Anthrocon. This year, I think I almost actually made one. :)
331x600 64292 bytes 1996.11.18
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"Champagne" -- just a pretty skunk lady in a bubbly tub :)
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"Crouching Tiger, Hidden Husky" -- Play "Find the Husky" with this startled young samurai tiger.
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I'm really not sure where this one came from, but Falstaff doesn't seem to mind it. :)\r\n\r\nBoth Falstaff and Billie D. Huskie are ©2004 J Willard. :)
735x438 60102 bytes 1996.12.06
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I always wondered what a skunk would look like in yellow. Very nice, it seems. :)
412x689 113020 bytes 2002.02.07
A striking little calico kitty. This young lady started out with the title "Feather Dance" but as I thought about it she could be using those feather fans to attract prey, like using antlers to attract deer or turkey wings to attract turkey. So she is a "Decoy" :)
779x562 80505 bytes 2001.08.14
"In the Deep End" -- or something like that. A little sketch of a male German Shepherd done to keep me in practise. :) Woof.
383x608 42429 bytes 1997.01.31
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I blame the media. :)
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