Navigating the obstacle course of torch-wielding greasy dogs and toxic lubricants brought me to the master machinist herself. Reclining in one of the rover's old chairs she lorded over the back of the garage like some great thane in her mead hall. Curious shadows veiled most of the superstructure making me wonder what corroded treasures she had stockpiled in the darkness. I was able to explain my situation with only a few air drill interruptions while the steady pthunk-clang of compressors measured our time together. 'I'll see what I can do for ya, ' she said with a wink and wolfish grin, ' you know what I want.' My choices were simple ones now.
A possessed ibex and a few alchemical accoutrements painted for Califur the 13th. Many thanks to Senshi Stock (http://senshistock.deviantart.com/) for the awesome pose reference! Another fantastic resource if you're looking for good figure references.
Painted using a mixture of acrylics and dreams.
Because big horn rams need targeting assist, hydraulic-powered armor, and cigars too.
Painted for Califur's Wild West theme. Even with the venue troubles I felt like going ahead and painting a cowgirl character anyway. Many thanks to all of the people that have put hard work into making Califur happen both in the past and potentially the future.
A stately Victorian couple done for the Further Confusion 2015 theme. I will be attending with the lovely talented Lady Ducky.
My new goat face. I think I'll go for some more ibex qualities with this fursona.
Prints are available through Etsy -> https://www.etsy.com/listing/672645386/ibex-portrait-illustration-inkjet-print
A robot and its creator share a moment in the hectic circuitboard that is Neo San Jose.
An art show sign. Look for this and my art will be on display nearby!
A little gift from the gods. Done with a Tachikawa dip pen, Deleter black ink no.4 and a white Gelly Roll pen on smooth bristol paper.
If you're interested in buying this drawing it's available:
A little Roadhog/Mad Max inspired gasmask doggie.
A small Glorious Windy Mane painting done in acrylics, graphite and Indian ink.
What felt like a gentle breeze of stunningly cold air swirled around us as the particles began to dance faster and faster, their light filling the darkness of the cellar around us.
No bindings though.
I might create a digital version of this some time in the future.
She always made the trip in those pink boots, just like her mom. I don't think she even took them off until the finish line had been crossed. All that history must've imbued them with a magical energy or something because no one could come close to her mechanical luck.
An ink drawing I did for my glorious Thane and fellow art conspirator Lady Ducky. She has been dealing with artist injuries that keep her from creating the way she wants to and this weighs heavily upon her. I wanted to remind her that she is tougher than she gives herself credit for <3. This is her fursona with a bit of Tank Girl flavor for that spunky energy boost from one of Duckeh's favorite ladies. I've also drawn in a few nods to her style.
acrylic and a bit of watercolor (2011)
In honor of the close bond between destruction and creation.
For an amazing year, and for making me the luckiest dog. Much love my Lady! <3<3<3
acrylic and digital
Here we find a trio of brave adventurers dragging their injured comrade to safety just after crossing a stupidly long rope bridge. They have escaped the city perched up on the mesa to the left and managed to cross the bridge with only one of them getting injured by their pursuer's arrows. However the city's guard dog (the dragon) has spotted them and is closing in fast...
Have you ever fallen asleep before the first sip?
A whale hunter in the middle of a blink.