I get on a theme and paint everything that way until I get tired of it. Cuttle fish are wonderful. This is a cast reproduction of my original sculpture , produced by Windstone Editions. Poads(tm) are original characters from my graphic novel , "Reptangle"
I hand painted and airbrushed this batch of Grab bag unicorns in fancy colors, but with somewhat natural animal patterns. These are gypsum reproductions of my original sculpture produced by Windstone editions.They are about 3 inches long. This batch sold out, but I intend to paint more as soon as I have some more castings!
A seething mass of young poads™! I hand painted and airbrushed 98 of them in this grab bag edition. These were sold through our online store:[link] There are more pictures of this batch on our facebook page too: [link]
With a special grab bag edition, each piece is different. If you purchase one, the poad you get will be a surprise! These are cast gypsum reproductions of my original sculpture. They are about 3 1/2 inches long, and have glass eyes of various colors.
I get on a theme and keep painting stuff the same way until I wear it out. Lately, I have been painting dragons ( and kirins, and poads™) like different kinds of koi. The "Kujaku" pattern of silver, white and orange or yellow, with individual spots on each scale, is my latest favorite, and a challenge to airbrush! This little dragon has glass eyes, gold plated pewter horns and he is playing with a dichroic crystal globe. He is about 5 1/2 inches long
This is a gypsum reproduction of my original sculpture produced by Windstone Editions. Photo by Pam Thompson
Here is one of the baby Kirins I have been painting like various types of koi , as special items for our online store and for ebay. This one is loosely based on an asagi koi. His paint job kinda drifted to more of a chipmunk look...
He is about 2 3/4 inches tall. He is cast in gypsum and painted with acrylics. He has glass eyes and a gold-plated pewter horn. This kirin was sold in our online store: [link]
Two of my test painted Autumn leaf Poads™. I experimented with the Autumn leaf color before I settled on how the color/pattern would best work in production. Here is a link to the production batch:[link] Each of these test paints are different in color than the Limited production batch, and they have fancier details. "Winter berry" ( on the left) and "Red Autumn Leaf "(on the right) were sold from our online store: [link] These guinea pig sized characters are reproductions of my original sculpture, produced and sold by Windstone Editions (Poads™ are original characters from my graphic novel, Reptangle.)
The name Poad™ didn't come from the words "pigeon toad" but yes, they are pigeon toed.
We've been painting lots of lavender dragons this week. This is the "Young Oriental dragon" painted in pearly lavender acrylic paint with pearly white trim. He holds an clear dichroic crystal globe in his paws ( it's not a marble), has glass eyes and gold plated pewter horns. This guy is available in our online store. (If he is sold out at the moment, there is another batch about to be finished, so we will restock soon) [link]
I airbrushed this meerkat's wings to be similar in markings to those of a sand grouse. He is a character from "the Veligent", a comic I have been posting here on DA. ( A page with meerkats: [link]) (and here: [link]) He is made of cast gypsum, has brown glass eyes and he's about 5 1/2 inches tall. These 'kats will eventually be sold from the Windstone online store, when we get enough castings of them. [link]
I airbrushed this female griffin like a silver-lace Sebright chicken. Silver Sebrights are a breed of bantam chicken that have pure white feathers, each individually decorated with an iridescent black edge. They look like they have been painted... just like this griffin. This griffin is in our online shop right now: [link]
This is the the small " Birdwinged Flapcat" airbrushed in Brown Bengal color. This guy is cast in gypsum, and is about 3 1/2 inches tall. It was difficult to airbrush those tiny markings! There are still a few in our online shop here: [link]