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I painted this tiger for Furry Weekend Atlanta's charity auction to benefit the Conservator's Center in NC. They were kind enough to supply me with some photos, and this tiger is based off a few of them. If I have time this spring, I hope to paint another one of their many animals for the auction as well! :]

The original painting will be sold at FWA's charity auction this March! All proceeds of the auction benefit the Conservator's Center!

Acrylic on wood, 9.5x14"
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A small, badge-sized (3"x4") black wolf I painted, both as a break from other stuff and to play around with a bit of metallic paint.

The original will likely end up at the EuroFurence art show in a few weeks, so check it out!


You can see a sped-up/time lasped video of me painting this image on LiveStream, right here!
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I couldn't sleep last night, so this quick painting is brought to you by insomnia!

It's based on a photo of one of the wolves at the Conservator's Center Inc. Back in March, the folks from CCI gave me a CD full of a million photos of their animals to paint. :]


Acrylic on wood.
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A quick (hah) cheetah I have been working on, on and off between other stuff.

He'll be at the EuroFurence art show this weekend, and 50% of the sale price will go to EF's Charity, Far from Fear!

Acrylic on wood.
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The second Nordguard book, Under Dark Skies, has been officially announced!
Check it out, get more info, plus see some pages from it, over here!

This image was done as the cover for the free 8-page preview that will be available first at AnthroCon in a couple of weeks, then later this summer at ComicCon International, from Sofawolf Press. You can also pick one up at any of the other conventions Sofawolf Press attends as dealers throughout the rest of the year!
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I felt like taking a break from serious art-stuff, so this happened. An unrelated sequel to the picture "I like you," I suppose!
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This is my last card contribution to the Endangered Ark card deck ([link] ), which will be released in April. Pre-sales for the decks have started, so don't miss out! Part of the proceeds of every deck sold are donated to several charities for endangered animals!

The African Wild Dog is known by many names, including Cape Dogs, Hunting Dogs, Painted Wolves and Spotted Dogs. They are an extremely social pack hunting canine native to Africa. They have a complex and rather unusual social structure, which is based on a submissive hierarchy as opposed to a typical dominance hierarchy. For instance, rather than fight over food, animals will beg enthusiastically. Their behaviour is likely due the pack rearing large litters of puppies at once and any injuries sustained to a dog would damage the packs ability to feed and care for the young. Their packs are large, around 15-25 animals, depending on the size of their territory. Separate packs are also social and non-aggressive toward one another. Two or more packs have been known to gather together for short periods of time.

The pack is an integral part of the Wild Dog's life. They hunt as pack, and nearly 80% of their hunts are successful, which is very high ratio for most predators. Remarkably, their hunting tactics appear to be learned behavior, passed down from generation to generation, as opposed to instinctual. Different packs will use slightly different methods to bring down their kills.

At once point, there were 500,000 Wild Dogs in the wild, some ranging in packs of 100 animals. Now, there are only 3,000-2,500 left. They are endangered due mainly to hunting from ranchers and habitat loss, which forces them in direct competition with lions and hyenas. They are also very susceptible to introduced diseases such as distemper, parvovirus and rabies. Due to their extremely social nature, these diseases spread through their numbers like wildfire.
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Don't worry, I've got your back... whether you like it or not. ;]
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Here is the artwork for the "Shortcut" event card we did for the Nordguard Card Game. (More information on the game itself can be found here!)

The original is small, about 34, in watercolor and acrylic.
If you want, you can see a sped-up recording of painting this, over on LiveStream!

And, to note: Wow, the first round of sales for the Deluxe edition of the card game sold out quickly! If you missed your chance at getting one, there's still a few options, including another batch (the last time the Deluxe edition will be for sale online) on June 23rd at 10PM. Here's some more information that.

Also, pre-orders for the Standard edition of the Card Game and hard cover copies of Across Thin Ice are still available, to either be shipped or for pick-up at AC! :]
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I painted this piece to be used as promotional artwork for the 2014 Werewolf Calendar! There will be more info on next year's calendar this summer.

This image will be one of a couple free promo-stickers, which will be available at various conventions throughout the year! You can pick them up from contributing artists' tables. :]

I worked on this piece over LiveStream a few days ago. If you're interested in catching a stream, the best place to keep an eye out is @screwbald on Twitter!


Acyrlic on Wood
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