<August 18, 2001>
- This is a picture I did a while ago, but couldn't upload it until now because I forgot the art manager's URL. (D'oh!). Now, let's go with the picture. Robert Serocki, Cyberskunk's creator, is developing a game for the Mac where his character is chased by an resurrected Egyptian kitty, who starts chasing him. Hence this scene. Cyberskunk is © Robert Serocki. Uploaded with his permission.
- Besides Cuedows, there is another type of creature that dominates the Saturnian world-they are the Weaders (pronounced Weeders). This creatures vary in size, from as small as garter snakes to as gigantic as Earth's own Dinosaurs. In fact, Snake-Dinos would be the best description for them; the Viper weader among the sketches is showing off the basic anatomy of nearly all true weaders: no hind legs, thick forearms for dragging themselves and thumbclaws. Both Weaders © *ME*, Nicole Trujillo!
- This is what I spend my free time thinking about - behold, one big page full o' biogeekage! Seth's still not physically possible (there are few good ways to make dragons that are), but at least he's logically consistent. He has two tongues because it looked cool on paper, by the way.
- A drawing request I did for Silverclaw on irc. On a side note I won't be uploading for a long time due to I'm moving (long story if you want details email me before the 25th).
- The finished commission for Brenna G. (Oil on canvas, 16"x12") This photo leaves out a lot of the subtleties in color and detail; I wish there were a way to get it to look on screen as it does in RL.
- Wonky wacom doodle. I still don't quite have the hang of it (full version's on my site, and you can comment on it too, yadda yadda...). I'm bored. You might be too. And just in case you are, the crackhead Yscy-type XD slimes are at your service: http://www.verunne.net/slime/slme.cgi
- "Diadexxus" Part of a series of furs that I have gotten to really know! 2001- SnowPaws Studios
- "Remington" Part of a series of character sketches for a new comic I'm kind of developing. 2001- SnowPaws Studios