<August 17, 2004>
- This was one of those "I'm soooo bored in class" notebook doodles. Babbles, however, seemed to like it when I happened to show it to her recently, so I touched it up a bit. Babbles is © B. Glenn.
- "Desert Marauder" - Painter 7 w/a Wacom Intuos 2 tablet. A jackalish looking canine travelling through the desert with his latest batch of stolen goods slung over his shoulder. Sorry for the re-upload, I took Cara's suggestion in the forums and made his tattoos look like they're actually dyed into his fur, rather than floating above it. Thanks for that suggestion, Cara!
- Concept for Ghevisa, a 3rd-Gen bone Golem from the same world as 'Jump' and 'Morning Watch.' Pay no attention to my vile handwriting; more-adequate explanations are forthcoming.
- Pfess is a 3rd-Generation Cadaver Golem. Thanks to an interrupted creation, he almost became a monstrous, mindless Abomination. His original sire created his head, neck, and left arm...and then was destroyed. A second creator finished Pfess in a mechanical, anthro-style body with ceramic digitigrade lower legs.
- Pfess has a hideous visage as far as most humanoids are concerned, but other Golems are unconcerned with such petty observations. This cadaver/mech Golem fancies himself the penultimate artist; he has the talent, arrogance, history, and intelligence to back it up.
- Shjaa is a 3rd-gen wicker/moss/rotting-wood Golem.
- Created thousands of years ago from actual horseflesh and the chitinous remains of extinct crustaceans, Vehnn is truly an old man as far his fellow Golems are concerned. He hardly acts the part, however, and actively roams the most volatile regions of the Great Wasteland. ((Vehnn is the monstrous insect-horse of 'Jump!!.jpg'))
- Self-explanatory. Photoshop doodle, took an hour or so. Freehand. Wacom Graphire.
- I went a little willy nilly with the ink last night.
- I can't believe I hadn't uploaded this yet! My submission to the Trading Post back when Tarah_Fae won for the first time.
- At long last, presenting Dr. BunnyHugger! Commemorating my graduation, which was May 5, 2004.
- The one fish makes a pretty good picture on his own, and you can totally see like details and stuff. Inventing magical fish calligraphy is fun.
- I drew these guys to be background elements in another picture, but I ended up liking them too much ^_^
- Wild stylistic departures are fun! Inspired by some of the cute and kitschy art of Laurel Burch, a rat in acrylic and ink.