<March 23, 2000>
- For Pops: a mixed boxing and wrestling motif.
- As I was referring to in figure A, there is a definite perceptable cuvature, which could lead to numerous problems in both marketing, and post-manufacture quality control. Look at my sketches.
- Arphalia, my nickname, alter-ego, or whathaveyou, is seen here in his typicalness... (In other words he's kinda goth, but with an edge.) Done in inks.
- Inspired by the RP between my bat character, Iona, and a friend's wolf-bard character, Avatar. Done in colored pencils with some markerings.
- Its Marieta Ileana Vulpanovici! A lovely gypsy coyote of a retired RP session. Here she is bright attracting colors (She wouldn't be caught dead in something dull!) for all to see! But be careful, her dancing might soon find you... distractedly robbed - er, I meant enchanted!
- "The Captive" An Erma Felna scene. Original approximately 9" x 12" watercolor and pencil on canvas.
- An Erma Felna protrait. Airbrushed acrylic on canvas.Original 9"x12"
- "A little Christmas Cheer for the Picket" My alternate Christmas card design for reenactors. Federal troop of the 7th Wisconsin Vol. Inf. duering the winter of 1864 during teh seige of Petersburg VA. Original 8" x 6" ink on paper
- "Portrayal of the Artist as a Fehnnik" Inspired by Elin Winkler's story (and Pat and Scotty's art) As an extra bit, the setting is intended to be at a point in the past of Fehnnia, at the cusp of it becoming a technic civilization (and a fannish Albedo/Fehnnik cross over story). Original line art approximately 8" x 10", watercolor and acrylic on a 8 1/2" x 11" copy.
- Y'know, if you look at it in a certain angle, this pic of Ryu, my Red Panda chara, might actually look decent! Ryu©me
- Two yet-unnamed Russian characters, one a burly yet wise tom and the other a tomboyish dog. Aye, these and two others were in a dream-even I can't explain it. And the cat's bionic leg's steam powered O.o Both©me.
- The time wrinkle story continues... as Max discovers an old acquaintance is nearby and seems very anxious to meet him...
- This is a commission piece I did of a foxy Scottish lad named Camstone. Ink on Bristol. The character Camstone Fox is © Peter A. Morrison. I have received permission from Mr. Morrison to post this image.
- Poor, poor Kizmet. A pic trade with the wonderful Hedgy! Look! I finally did it! Looks like Kizmet got another piano dumped on her car... Kizmet is © Hedgy. ;)
- Whee, sketches galore! New look for Marce, he's wearing a shirt! Hhmmm... I think he's grousing about the distinct lack of metalheads in Utah. Blind Guardian, AarRrr, yeah, rock!
- A typical sketch page of mine. Custom aluminum intakes, swords and Veronica. This is a slight redesign of Veronica. I like it. The sketch on the right is one of my favorites lately.
- A cool-looking scene direct from Replacement Killers. Almost. Not /quite/ done, but close. Veronica and Marcello fit the parts quite nice, eh? This was kinda fun to do, I might have to try it with Tron next =)
- Like replace1.jpg, this is a spiffy looking scene from Replacement Killers. This one less finshed than the other, but I think I'll finish it soon. Gonna need a freaking lot of graphite.
- I had to buy a model elk to help with Stewart's design here. I think he's coming along nicely. Elk dude in a black shirt.
- Not all the toughest fights happen on the mean streets or on the fields of some foreign country... sometimes, just sometimes, they take place in our own hospitals-
<March 23, 2000>