Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

New art

Some new stuff:

work in progress

Nevrim ACEO for Jagal

"To be with you"
Gift for boyfriend

Speedpainting practice

Saturday, September 7, 2013

New paintings: Skull and Paeonia

Both are for sale here:


watercolor, gel pen, colored pencil on tinted paper


watercolor, gel pen, acrylic on tinted paper

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Random art updates

I have a tendency to ignore my blog, so here's a bit of an art dump. 
Some of these are for sale HERE.

And a work in progress:

Friday, July 12, 2013

Friday Feature: Peter Schouten

Peter Schouten is one of my absolute favorite wildlife/paleoart illustrators. The level of detail he puts into his work is amazing, the foliage is lush and beautiful, and the animals are lively and compelling.

Visit his website for more artwork.

All images © Peter Schouten.

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

WIP: Territorial

Work in progress, I'll start painting it once I finish the commission I took on at C3.

Monday, June 3, 2013

New art: C3 Dragon

Dragon I drew while stuck in my booth at C3 this year. 11" x 14", graphite and white pencil on toned paper. The original was donated to this year's charity auction at C3, let me know if there's any interest in prints and I'll piece my high resolution scans together.

Saturday, June 1, 2013

Friday, May 17, 2013

Friday Feature: Calabarte

You guys probably don't know this about me because I've never posted about it before, but I really like gourds. The fact that a beautiful vessel can grow on a plant, from the dirt, needing only to be dried and cured before it can be used for any number of uses, both utilitarian and decorative, has fascinated me since I first started gardening. So far I've only made simple, rustic vessels like temporary planters (they are unsealed and will eventually rot) but I hope one day to have the space and equipment to do some proper carvings.

Anyway, of all the work I've seen people do with gourds, Przemek Krawczyński is definitely my all time favorite. His attention to detail and the light play effects are astounding.

 His website

All images  © Przemek Krawczyński

Friday, May 10, 2013

Friday Feature: Jim Woodring

Another favorite discovered in highschool, in terms of detail level and sheer weirdness, Jim Woodring is hard to beat. Plus he draws a lot of frogs, that's always worth bonus points, as far as I'm concerned.

His website

All images  © Jim Woodring

Friday, May 3, 2013

Friday Feature: Jacek Yerka

I remember finding Jacek Yerka's work in highschool and being totally blown away, somehow in the years hence I've managed to forget his work existed (forgetting things is a talent of mine). He's been painting for a long time, so his website is full of beautiful work, check it out!

His Website

All images  © Jacek Yerka

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

New artwork: "Summer" and "Winter"

Watercolor, acrylics, gel pen and micron. About 3" x 7.5"

Originals for sale HERE 

Prints coming soon.

"Summer" on the left, "Winter" on the right.

And a work in progress:

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

WIPs: line art

Working on some relatively quick bookmarks and ACEOs, I'll start painting these once I find my masking fluid!

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Low gravity flyers - done

I finished this a while ago, but I wasn't sure if I was happy with the background. I still don't know if I like it, but apparently I've lost interest in continuing work on it, so I'm calling it done for now and moving onto other things. Graphite on toned paper.

Friday, April 5, 2013

Friday Feature: Douglas Henderson

I'm on a dinosaur kick right now, prehistoric life has always been a huge inspiration for me as a fantasy artist. I think if I had to pick a favorite paleo artist, it would be Douglas Henderson. His images have so much atmosphere and attention to detail.

His Etsy Store. (Originals)

His Ebay Store (Prints)

All images  © Douglas Henderson

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Sketch dump!

Some sketches from over the last year. I hope you are not offended by nipples. Click for bigness.

The farting giraffe thing is a startlingly accurate rendition of my boyfriend.

Friday, March 29, 2013

Friday Feature: Gregory S. Paul

If you enjoy paleo art, or liked dinosaurs much as a child, you're probably familiar with Gregory S. Paul's artwork, I remember his illustrations from one of my favorite dinosaur books growing up. He's still one of my favorite paleo artists, and I recently found him on zazzle, check out some of his beautiful items:
Dinosaur Poster Omeisaurus Gregory Paul
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Dinosaur Poster Styracosaurs Gorgosaurus Greg Paul
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