- 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.
- A little skunk as a chimney sweep of sorts. Ink on bristol.
- Another selection from the "Furry Fantasy" Portfolio featuring a Scottish Clydesdale overlooking a bay scenefrom the Isle of Skye. You can hear the pipes a callin'...
- This piece, "Dental Exam" shows Hask receiving a dental inspection from a little Mi'kar friend. The idea was ispired by a nature program about crocodiles or aligators that allow certain birds in their mouths to peck food from between their teeth. Done on Canson marker paper with Prismcolor and Design markers.
- This is the cover to my first published comic, Ernor.
- Whitepaw is improving his "water magic" skills, and Hask doesn't look too happy about it. Prismacolor and Design markers and ink on bristol.
- This is piece for my recent "Furry Fantasy" Portfolio featuring anthro characters with period clothing. A vixen with a penchant for a lively tune.
- This piece, titled "Bond Mount" was done on Canson marker paper with Prismcolor and Design markers. The original will hopefully sell at the ConFurence Art Show.
- This is a concept sketch for Frost, the shaman of Blackmane's pack in Ernor. I decided to give him a staff instead of a spear in the final version since the Fenrae weren't initially going to start off as tool users. Frost is © 2000 Vicky R. Morgan-Keith.
- Hask pauses on her journey in the highrocks to scan the ominous Ernor skies, ever watchful for evil wingthings. This picture originally appeared on the back cover of Ernor #2. The inked artwork is 11 X 17 and was colored in Photoshop by my husband, Patrick Keith.
- This is a little sketch I used for my first Photoshop coloring attempt. There was more to the sketch, but I didn't include all of it as I didn't want to bite off more than I could chew my first time out with computer coloring. Pat was watching over my shoulder the whole time giving me useful and patient instruction, "wax on, wax off".
- This piece is titled "Slinky Lynx". The dress suits her, don't you think? Pen, brush and ink on bristol.
- Here's a little 5 X 7 picture of Whitepaw done with prismcolor markers and ink on acid-free 65 lb. paper. I'm in the process of doing several original pieces to put up for sale at some of the upcoming conventions Pat and I will be attending this year.