<September 5, 2004>
- A pastel portrait of my puppy, Buddy. Referenced off a photo from when he was around 4 months old. This was my first attempt at pastels, and I'm quite satisfied with it. However, the scanner totally mangled it, I will get a better scan of it soon. This one lacks all the subtle values and tones that the original has. 8.5x9, pastel pencils on bristol.
- chilly cold brrr
- I wasn't gonna upload this cos I was worried that the car sucked but... I'm over it now! Commission of a grey fox and his car :)
- Wow, two foxes in a row... This one is from spring i think.
- Whats the time?
- Of all little gothic ph0xes I've seen around, none of them has been really GOTH, as in the one true meaning of the word. Something needed to be done! People must stop living in ignorance! Goth is danceable, british and oversexed, NOT noble and full of wiccanism! Period!!
- "Lucy" - My mom had asked me to draw her friends now deceased botston terrier. She was a very cute dog...sad to see her go.
- Red Bull gives you wings. I wasn't going to upload it but I kind of like it. This is my take on the Red Bull from The Last Unicorn story...just a little doodle I did at GutterHorse's house one night while listening to the soundtrack.
- Why koi? I koi! A quick study of a Shusui koi done in Prismacolors and gouche on Artagain. I don't know if I spelled gouche correctly.
- I birthday gift for a dear friend, Stormdancer Gryphon. The scanner mauled this piece, which was done completely in ink with no pencils. I goofed up his hands so I placed a pewter sticker frame over it, then went wild with the brush pen and watch parts. The gears were inspired by Turbine Divinity.
- This piece really needs a background to make sense...the character is being lit by an apricot sunset, but it's hard to read due to oveerdose of white. And the anatomy is crap. I like the wings, and the hand, and the pose. Yeah. Prismas on watercolor paper. Tryn belongs to Doomsniper. This sold at the Texas Furcon, but I was shafted by the director who took 50% of the final bid, a drastic change from the original 15%.