<October 27, 2004>
- Sorry for the re-upload, but we went and got a photo of it at a studio. The result is perfect, the scan was way too yellow. So... "Gold" Cretacolour hard pastels on blue/grey velour paper. 20" x 25"/A2/55 x 65 cm Approximately 50 hours of work.
- The messy process of creating creatures! Here are some concept drawings of war gryphons. I tried to get back some of the lost shadows after the scan, but had some trouble--therefore some of the darker areas in the piece may look a tad light on brighter monitors. The gryphon in the upper right hand corner totally appears to be saying, "LUKE, I AM YOUR FATHER."
- I had a lot of fun creating and coloring this one. ^_^ Another piece for EMG Portrait Adoption. Portrait Adoption provides adoptable character portraits by many talented artists that people can use for role playing, avatars, and other things where people might 'borrow' a person's art or character for their own. Check it out at http://adoption.ellenmilliongraphics.com/
- We all know what curiosity did to the cat - this little kitty seems to love the thrill of lurking in mystical places that she has little control over. The anatomy is wonky on this, but I had a lot of fun with her dress.
- UV's companion, Neru the cybertastic space-pirate! Ray guns are gooood! yesssss,....
- Rainy days make my brain explode. This spawned from me remembering a picture Twapa uploaded of herself to the binaries. Sans the cat, plus banana popsicles. Kitty...=^..^=
- Fear my pixel by pixel realism =) I had fun with this
- Leave lights on in car on rainy day, drain battery, bum a jumpstart off campus police, plug your company, and get comic fodder. The things I go through for a giggle
- Ruggels can't type. No...he cannot.
- I don't know how to answer that.
- Cypher's Completed Conbadge - 10/26/2004 Cypher requested a conbadge with an snowy owl gryphon with extra "poof" and a crest like a cockatiel set against icy blue and wearing silver and purple celtic jewelry. I hit everything, and for once the laminated badge photographed well! Business-cardish-sized as usual, and done in black micron ink, silver pen, marker, and acrylic. Mmm. gryphons. Enjoy! -Kymba