Looking over recent posts, I see it has been a while since I posted a whimsical image. To remedy this I give you "Bop". This piece was done on my IPad and it came out well enough that I will be making prints to sell at upcoming shows and on my Etsy shop. If you want more information on buying a print of Bop, email me at email@example.com.
To avoid cropping, I posted a smaller image. To see it larger, click on the picture.
This piece was commissioned by Lisa and Leo O. Thank you very much for your patronage.
Here's a really fun iPad commission that I did for Jeff A. While discussing he would like drawn, a question occurred to me. What would the child of a marriage between Godzilla and a dragon look like? It was a strange question that wanted a visual answer. Since Jeff was curious too, that's what he had me draw. Here is what resulted. Thanks again Jeff!
Hi folks. We are back from Novi Comic Con and we're prepping for next week's show. In the midst of work, I am taking a bit of time to post some commission art from last weekend's show. There is quite a bit of it, so I figured I would do a second spring bonanza to cover as much as possible. Enjoy!
First up are the large color pictures that I delivered to the AROC gaming group at the show. I have been looking forward to showing these off here. Some of these are posted as small images to avoid cropping; to see them larger, click on the image.
Next up are a couple of black and white commissions that I completed for AROC group members at the show.
Finally, here are three different IPad commissions that I did at Comic Con. The cat portrait was drawn by hand, scanned, then colored and finished on my IPad. The other two were done entirely on my IPad.
My deepest thanks again to the patrons who helped make Comic Con a fun and profitable show.
I've been using my IPad to do DS card art and I think I am making pretty good progress. Here is Burst of Wind, which will appear in this Summer's upcoming elementalism set. It was done entirely on my IPad. I find my previous experience using a Wacom tablet is making it pretty easy to pick up IPad drawing skills.
Happy Monday, everyone. I've been a bit remiss in my posting duties lately, so I'm going to make up for earlier stinginess with a spring bonanza. Today I've got four new images to show off.
First up is a piece I did for Chris S., a generous and enthusiastic patron who I met at Pentacon in November of last year. Thanks again Chris! She plays the tigrean shown in this artwork in her local Dragon Storm campaign. Yes, both she and her elven friend have griffit familiars.
Next up is a piece called 'double 20's'. I posted this on Fur Affinity last week, but I like it so well I decided to show it here as well. It was commissioned by Dave W. It shows a scene from his gaming group that occurred last year. After preparing a detailed game adventure featuring a horrendously powerful enemy, he watched said enemy taken down early in the game by a player who rolled 2 natural 20's in a row. Anyone who has game mastered will appreciate his reaction to this turn of events.....
Finally, these two pieces are from the AROC project. Terrie and Kay are central characters in the AROC campaign and they have been through a lot. These pictures, which will be colored and printed as custom character cards, show the characters after years of adventuring. I love how they look as a set and I am going to see if I can do the backgrounds in similar colors. Thanks once more, guys!
Happy Monday, folks. Me and Mark are on semi-vacation, resting up as we prepare for this summer's convention season. Last week, while relaxing, I did this piece as practice on my iPad. It turned out so well I decided to post it here. I don't know what Hyena Cola tastes like, but he sure looks like he could use a swig of something refreshing to me.