Having a werewolf in your fraternity would either be really cool or really sucky. On the one hand, you could have him eat the pledges if they screwed up...but on the other hand, if he decided to take all the beverage, you couldn't really stop him. This guy is either eating the pledges or bogarting the beverages, as he seems to be developing a gut. Oh well. Time for crunches, Mr. Howlypants! (microns + photoshop + stale pose)
Thank-you pic for the gifted writer (and great guy) Will A. Sanborn. I was going for more of an old-fashioned illustration look than total realism. Though I LOVE to see all different kinds, this is more of the way I draw anthro-animal art when I'm drawing for myself - mostly animal but with a bit of a personality. RSVP pen, pencil, bit of Photoshop on embossed-frame invite card.
Big Lion Pondering (for Fang, Claw & Steel magazine). I had my husband sit for this, but I slimmed the arms down. I tried to do a different body type than my usual "super-chiseled-muscles" male. Mostly mechanical pencil, with some grey tones added in Photoshop 7.
Inspired by the Far Eastern Asian and Indian artwork I'd been looking at; these were swimming around in my head for a while. The lower right is sort of like a feline Kuan Yin. The upper left (in the caftan) is hand-less on purpose (I see it as a sort of spirit or... something). Oh, and I do like elephants! I made up the ornamentation on him.
Originally intended to be a decal for my truck, the color and lighting are flat and rather non-directional in the style of other car decals I've seen. She has 2 extra front teeth per jaw for this particular piece, but that changes from time to time. It kind of reminds me of the "Medusa head" motifs you often see in ancient Greek and Roman art, or perhaps a doorknocker. Pencil, Photoshop.
Leopard with a Magazine (she's reading Fang, Claw & Steel). Pretty typical for me - she's mostly animal-like but has some humanoid features. Spot-wise, I started out being "accurate" but ended up doing my own thing (which is more fun for me). Mechanical pencil on Bristol. (I'm catching up with uploads here)