<September 26, 2004>
- I drew this while invisioning myself riding my bike to class tomorrow morning during a raging hurricane! They have since cancelled classes :) So here we have Basalt riding my bike in the rain. OC 3. My new weapon of choice. Thanks Jeanne!
- A cute lil' raccoon toon bucket fishing. 5" x 7", done in Prismacolor markers. Will gladly part with the original if anyone's interested in buying.
- A very simple character and easy to draw.
- Yeah, well.. Sometimes things happen, and you just have to Power Vent. Let's hear it for catharsis, folks.
- Another character portrait! I feel productive for once. It's Daithrin, a sailor-type lockjaw. Full description can be read here: http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/10938527/ Prints available upon request. Image, Daithrin and lockjaw species © Allison Theus.
- 'Bout time I did a halfway decent pic of these two. Yup, it's Rippington and Kitra again. Despite the lockjaws' fearsome reputation and rather brutal nature, they're really intmate and loving critters. Prints available upon request. Image, Rippington (Xahvin), Kitra, and the lockjaw species © Allison Theus
- (Preview. Ill color it later) a precuel of the previus image "Actack!!" Why do we fight? Is that our nature? Sketch done with mechanical pencil (Image and Caninne warrios are © of Jose Manuel Balanzario Perez, and Yes! that is my complete name, long! isnt it?) Psicoyote.deviantart.com
- A collaboration between me and Samuel 'Accipiter' Jirenius. Originally an experiment in computer coloring. Lineart by Samuel 'Accipiter' Jirenius. Inking, coloring and background by Felicia C. Kaye.
- The smallrus is tiniest of the seal family, not much larger (and rather similiar in shape) to the garden slug. They prefer damp areas with large amounts of water, like well-watered gardens with fish ponds, and can often be seen sporting in puddles and bird baths, making their typical call (a sort of squeaky bellow.*) Any gardener is generally delighted to see the smallrus appear, as the occasional nibble of a leaf is more than made up for by their ability to keep down the number of mosquito larvae and other small aquatic nuisances.
<September 26, 2004>