<March 2, 2000>
- This was a character I had considered playing in the Red Steele campaign but I couldn't get anyone else to run the game. This was one of the first pieces where my inking style began to develop into what it is now. Although the form is rather loose, the inks tighten up the picture somewhat.
- "The Hunters" - I've been wanting to paint ocktons since we originally began the Ernor comic series. Armed with my new set of gouache I began to tackle this project a couple of days ago and finished it this morning. The technique is starting to develop but I still feel I'm a long way off from where I want to be. The original is 8.5 x 11" on watercolor paper. If I'd had the facility to paint this larger, say 16 x 20" or so, the detail would be a lot tighter. As it goes - I like the rocks.
- New episode of Chosen. Vanessa wakes up covered in blood, which isn't good ever. Needless to say, the next couple of episodes won't be posted on Yerf, so keep you eye on the site in the next couple of weeks. Chosen is (C) me.
- I put up my half of a pic trade with Emilie a while ago, but it was kinda crappy, so I hope this one makes up for it! Starset is (C) EBC.
- The good Doktor, being a page and a half short of a manuscript at times, had a few uncertaities going through his mind when the elegant Endgame said he was cute. But he seems to have recovered enough to graciously thank her for her charming complement. I guess he *can* be a gentleman when he puts his mind to it... <:) The very nice Endgame is © the even nicer Amy Fennell :)
- This piece, "Dental Exam" shows Hask receiving a dental inspection from a little Mi'kar friend. The idea was ispired by a nature program about crocodiles or aligators that allow certain birds in their mouths to peck food from between their teeth. Done on Canson marker paper with Prismcolor and Design markers.
- This piece, titled "Bond Mount" was done on Canson marker paper with Prismcolor and Design markers. The original will hopefully sell at the ConFurence Art Show.
- This piece is titled "Slinky Lynx". The dress suits her, don't you think? Pen, brush and ink on bristol.