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459x800 56005 bytes 2003.11.16
My contribution to the "FurArt Community" group pic, uploaded here to advertise the project (and to show off my candy-cane pole-dancing talents...). Details at http://art.pandora-interactive.com/
They're looking for more artists to participate, so if you've got the ability to digitally render and colour your character, and add it to the group pic, you might wanna get in touch with the folks running the thing.
Colouring credits go the Chakku/M. Sapinsky, who is oh-so-l33t compared to my sad colouring efforts with no sleep.
455x600 60971 bytes 2003.05.19
"He Saw What The Wanted..."
A werewolf lookes back at the viewer, before disappearing completely into the dark. As quoted from a couple of women in my print-cult, "He's got a really nice ass!"
3 colour reduction relief lino-cut, bleed-print on BFK paper. 29 by 41 inches. Edition of 6 took me 40 to 50 hours to complete.
410x600 68603 bytes 2003.05.19
Detail of "He Saw What They Wanted".
Both images are scanned from slides, but unfortunately aren't near as impressive as the real thing.
449x800 110340 bytes 2003.11.25
My half of an art trade with the infamous, wily Sciphan!
He's kind of a funny kinda guy, and wanted me to draw him a 'fursona', seeing as how he doesn't have one yet. I figured him for a well-armed coon, wearing ugly camo-pants and a Jester-esque rayon-cape to easily shed the food-fight mess... Wandering a red-lit world in search of folks to sully. (The light was mostly just Photoshop practice, which may or may not be successful...)
That's an egg launcher he's holding, BTW.
449x800 125875 bytes 2003.11.25
The un-red version, which I might like slightly more... I dunno. I think I just hate computer colouring. Should probably just stick to real media - More work, but more pleasing results.
657x700 68713 bytes 2003.08.16
Yeah, yeah, I know... I meant to upload it earlier.
Anyway, it's canine-thing with peppers and carrots. Nasal probing at it's best.
437x600 110849 bytes 2003.07.26
This is a one colour, 2 plate lino-cut that was meant to be a 3 colour, 3 plate lino-cut/etching. Alas, when doing an edition of 37, one must make sacrifices.
The image was part of a massive 'art-trade' type print portfolio for my graduating class. the entire set of 37 different prints from 37 different artists is likely the most valuable thing I've ever possessed.
The image depicts my idea of a wonderland gone bad, with a rather sinister 'flasher' rabbit inviting you towards the door through the nuclear shroom-patch to (presumably) a wonderland that's been poorly maintained. The evil Cheshire cat (which is apparently a fad in furry, right now, go fig) lurks around the door, grinning, as always.