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744x575 89531 bytes 2002.08.12
"Resting" 8.5" x 11" pen & ink on bristol. Another pic I was asked to do for MFM 2002, all volunteers get a signed print of this for there work. A volunteer takes a rest after a long hard work. Go to MFM 2002 I will like you if you do *Grin* http://mephitfurmeet.org/
776x600 33507 bytes 2002.08.07
"The Awakening," PhotoShop, the cloaked dude again, this was apparently when he first walked into the light, and his new exsistance. His two gryphon companions gliding the strange ever changing skies. Whatever that means, I'm just a vessel for his images. This is the new front page to my new website: http://www.rakune.com \r\n\r\n
541x550 70524 bytes 2002.08.07
"Inventor," 4.5" x 4.5" Mixed Media on bristol. An illustration I was asked to do for AC 2002. An inventor stares hard at his mad creation, is it science or is it art?...
500x374 37637 bytes 2002.08.01
"Gentle" 3" x 4" Mixed media on Bristol stock. This is Gentle Wolfox, of Wolfox radio. He's an OK Dude, a little strange, and can eat dinner mexican food and not get sick. Amazing...
452x575 53519 bytes 2002.08.01
"MFM Dance Party 2002," 8.5" x 11" PhotoShop 6.0. My submission for the MFM t-shirt contest, Its ok not my best but not bad for a last minute deal. There are better looking submissions I hope win over this one. *Grin*
602x650 71361 bytes 2002.07.30
"Yay!" 8.5" x 11" pen & ink. This was commissioned by Sofawolf Press as a promotional illustration for Comic Con and beyond. A vixen is over joyed to be smothered in the best furry fiction in the world. This image © SofaWolf Press 2002. http://www.sofawolf.com \r\n\r\n
413x575 36434 bytes 2002.07.30
"Fox 'n' Towel," 8.5" x 11" Vermilon pencil on paper. This came out of nowhere, just drew it. I love it when that happens. \r\n\r\n
538x700 98570 bytes 2002.06.21
"Summer Solstice," 8.5" x 11" Marker, Color pencil, and Ink. The Spirit of Summer, in the form of Coyote dances for Father Sun. As brother Eagle dose his seasonal dance on the winds, to ensure the continuation of the cycle of the year. Both dance with prayers of prosperity, and joy. Happy Summer Solstice...
500x374 60974 bytes 2002.05.08
"Ryngs Raccoon," 3" x 4" Pen & ink, Pencil, and Marker on Bristol. My Con-Badge. I think I gave my "EGO," a good likeness, with it being of galactic proportions *Evil Grin, hovers over the tiny Earth*... Nah, this is me contemplating the fate of the world, that's why I look sad. Such things have been weighing on me as of late. Well, for me Con season starts this weekend at a Sci-Fi con called "Name That Con," www.namethatcon.net Yay! To much partying ahead!
500x375 53160 bytes 2002.05.04
"Jakebe Sun Raven," 3" x 4" Pen & Ink, and Marker on Bristol. Another Con-Badge, yes I'm trying to get caught up on back personal commissions, but I'm having fun doing it *BIG GRIN*
500x375 59558 bytes 2002.05.04
"Nikon Raccoon," 3" x 4" Pen & ink, Pencil, and Marker on Bristol. Another Con-Badge, Nikon and her favorite past-time Photography. *Grin* \r\n
372x500 56873 bytes 2002.05.04
"2 the Ranting Gryphon," 3" x 4" Pen & ink, Pencil, and Marker on Bristol. Another Con-Badge that is way over due. 2 is a talented musician, and comedian, you can find some of his work at http://www.werewolves.org/~two/ \r\n\r\n
500x375 54473 bytes 2002.05.03
"Delphinios," 3" x 4" Pen & ink, Pencil, and Marker on Bristol. Another Con-Badge, Delphinios is a Dusky Dolphin, that why he has that strange color pattern, before this image I did not realize how many types of dolphin there were. Striped, Spotted, Bottle Nosed, and at least a dozen more. It is always good to research your subject before you draw it. It will save you time and embarrassment. "Not all dolphins are Bottle Noses." This was a very educational project, those are the ones I like the best. \r\n
375x500 64422 bytes 2002.04.25
"Silver Raccoon," 3" x 4" Pen & Ink, and Marker on Bristol. Its almost Convention Season for me again. It just seemed like it ended last month. Well, this is the first Con-Badge of the season. *Grin* Oh well, here we go again.
577x750 85342 bytes 2002.04.24
"Making an Entrance," 8" x 10.5" Pen & Ink on paper. Two Raccoon Jedi cut there way through a bulk head door, and step into the uncertain shadows. This is for Silver Raccoon, in his sketch book. The Light Saber effect was done with white ink in an air brush. Episode II is almost here *Big Grin*. \r\n\r\n
750x525 46067 bytes 2002.04.21
"Young Planet," PhotoShop 6.0. Another Space-Scape, this one also a furry planet, in its early evolutionary periods. You can see by the large cooling volcanos, and the debris ring. Earth may have looked much like this at one point. \r\n\r\nIts dominated by latino anthro Dinosouars, who all like wareing white suits, and drink Margeritas. *Grin* \r\n\r\nUse your imagination.
753x536 59921 bytes 2002.04.20
"Nupiter, and its moon Shadey," PhotoShop 6.0. I some times like doing space-scapes to get my creative juices flowing. Quick digital paintings like this can really help break up artist block for me. \r\nThis one is colonised by anthro Raccoons, so its furry *BIG GRIN* See the city lights on the dark side?...I did this one while Shadey Raccoon, was visiting me, and he suggested the name Nupiter, so I named one of the planets moons after him as well.
700x700 109041 bytes 2002.04.17
"The Return," 10" x 10" PhotoShop 6.0. In 1991, I drew an 11" x 14" pencil on paper image. It was of a young 2nd Lieutenant Raccoon, walking next to a large futuristic APC (Armored Personnel Carrier), on a snow covered alien land scape. He looked tired, and lost in thought. It was for me at the time one of my best works (Unfortunately the original was stolen). Then in 1993 I painted a space scape of a large golden orange planet (18" x 24" acrylic on canvas). I called it "Hero," it has been the subject of many personal short stories. That painting was sold in 1996. \r\n \r\nNow an older Raccoon carrying the rank of Commander, returns to one of the arctic moons of "Hero." 11 years have past, both the Raccoon, and I have had many adventures, and long painful journeys. We have learned many lessons, and Innocence is but a Dream. But at least there are some constants for us both. The Stars, the Planets, and Our Dreams of each others world..................... \r\n\r\nNever forget your Dreams.
501x650 73303 bytes 2002.04.15
"Xena Coon," 8.5" x 11" Pen & ink on paper. I bet you all thought I was gone, didn't you. *Evil Grin* Nope! Just been having a really bad case of Artist Block, it starting to work it self out now though. So, after months of not posting anything here's a Drawing I did for Nikon Raccoon. It only took a year and a half, and a set of Albedo RPG books. *weak grin* Oh yea, and I finally up-dated my web-site to. If you like space-scapes & Fursuits, I got a few I just did on there. Go see http://www.themarchhare.org
776x600 129100 bytes 2001.12.21
"Christmas Transformation," Pen & ink, & Digital. \r\nA Scrooge (like my-self), find that the Magic of Yule (Christmas), and the Holly King (Santa Clause) are real. Opening his eyes to the light, but turning him into a cute scruffy Raccoon. Seasons Greetings, and Happy whatever you practice. This is my yearly Christmas Card to you all, enjoy.
776x575 95759 bytes 2001.12.17
"Cornered," 18" x 24" oil on masonite. As usual, this one looks better in real life, my scanner really didn't like this painting. A Coyote Legionnaire, is trapped! Now he must fight his way out of his deadly situation. I know its cheesy, but I really enjoyed painting this one. This one is just for me. *Big Stoopid Grin*
657x600 66721 bytes 2001.12.17
"What do you do with a Drunken Sailor," 8.5" x 11" pen & ink. This is the finished product, if you have to do any detail work in white on large black areas, I suggest coloring in black, and drawing the white in with a white gel pen, or white acrylic paint and a 10/0 brush. You can also make corrections this way to. Now for the summery: Two raccoon sailors sing a drunken Irish sailor song. This one inspired by a pic that a friend of mine drew, that makes me to happy.This image has been picked up by, and is © Sanguine Productions Ltd. http://www.sanguineproductions.com
450x666 50631 bytes 2001.12.17
"Merchant Captain," 8.5" x 11" pen & ink. A Merchant Captain, poses noblily after counting his profit. I'm not to fond of boars, but after drawing this one, I found some kind of appeal. Plus, there are not enough boars drawn, in fact there are a whole slew of creatures that are ignored by the fandom. This image has been picked up by, and is © Sanguine Productions Ltd. http://www.sanguineproductions.com
541x700 95569 bytes 2001.12.17
"Red," 8.5" x 11" pen & ink on paper. This is a piece I did for a story by Elan Ruskin called "Red" it will be appearing in issue #5 of Anthrolations. Its a little like "Company of Wolves," a movie from the 80's that I like a great deal, but any how. The wolf is supposed to be "semi-anthro," notice his shoulders, He spends most of the time on all fours, but can get up on 2 when he has to. Mr. Wolf and Red are have a little conversation, after he gave her a flower. This image © Sofa Wolf Press. http://www.sofawolf.com
300x300 53757 bytes 2001.12.17
"Captain Sekhar ," 4" x 4" pen & ink on paper. A small charater illustration of "Captain Sekhar," obviously a tiger, this image, and his importance will be appearing in the book "Breaking the Ice, stories from New Tibet." from Sofa Wolf Press. This image is © Sofa Wolf Press. http://www.sofawolf.com
300x300 50356 bytes 2001.12.17
"Yama," 4" x 4" pen & ink on paper. A small charater illustration of "Waheeda Yamana," an elderly snow leopard from India (Sort of), this image, and her importance will be appearing in the book "Breaking the Ice, stories from New Tibet." from Sofa Wolf Press. This image is © Sofa Wolf Press. http://www.sofawolf.com
750x550 48640 bytes 2001.11.01
"Legion," 9" x 12" pencil on paper. Maybe a painting, maybe not. I don't know, I was going to do it as a painting but I've kinda lost interest in it. I've got a good visual in my head, but it just doesn't have my usual feeling.
800x600 98244 bytes 2001.10.30
"The Tower," Photoshop, Another visit to the dude in the cloak, still don't know any more about him, I'm just a vessel for this creepy dude, and his 2 gryphons. I'm not sure about the glowing window, thats either something evil, or someone watching T.V. This pic is done entirely in PhotoShop 6.0 (I still hate digital art mind you, but I have a little more respect for it). I have come to realize that this pic makes a great desktop.
466x650 111530 bytes 2001.10.30
"Raccoon," 5" x 7" scratch board, and markers. I will be doing more art on the scratch board in the future I really like the stuff, it has a good feel. It will however ruin your Prisma Color Markers, India Ink is supposed to work better. This one goes out to Rosco Raccoon for his great art. *Grin*
541x700 99349 bytes 2001.10.08
"Dead End," pen and ink on bristol. This is one is six splash pages for the story "Dead End," By Dr.Samuel Conway. That will be appearing in the Novel "Breaking the Ice, Stories from New Tibet," coming out in January. By SofaWolf Press. (http://www.sofawolf.com ) This image is © Sofawolf Press. \r\n
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