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One of the best scenes from J.R.R Tolkien's 'The Hobbit'.
This was painted about 20 years ago.
Acrylic, airbrush and traditional paintbrush on black paper.
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James Marsters as Spike from Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

"DUALITY"

Both sides of William the Bloody: the man and the monster.
Which is his true face?

Acrylic paint on board. 450mm x 610mm.
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Issue 320 of DWM, August 2002. 

Painted in Gouache. Took a couple of days.

Farewell Brigadier :-(
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A commision peice I did for a Buffy collecter circa 2004
Done in Inks and Gouache paint.
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"Summer Dog"
2007
Oil on Canvas
18"x14"

This piece was painted to accompany an article in the latest issue of Bark Magazine. The story was a touching one written by a woman who passed away and her husband discovered the story in a drawer. I was honored to paint something for the article.

I have sold many prints of this piece so if you would like a print, drop me a line!
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merely an experimentation of unnatural skin colours/facial/pose expression to create an overall mood

whether they're human or vamps or whatever, its up to you

ps. sorry for being so absent-ness lately!

watercolour on paper. no black used
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A robot finds a lost kitty in a cardboard box during a rainstorm. Poor little guy. As if he wasn't scared enough as it was.

I originally intended to ink this after doing the initial painting, but I decided I like it enough as it is. I finally feel like I'm getting the hang of this watercoloring business. This was really a major experiment for me in technique, perspective, and color use, so let me know what you think.

(watercolor)

WIP: [link]
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A commision peice I did for a Buffy collecter circa 2004
Done in Inks and Gouache paint.
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An illustration just made because I love draw renaissance and victorians style dress *___* The face behind is just here because I didn't know what did here^^;
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Tenth (!!) in my "Women of Japanese Horror" series. Holy crap, have I actually done 10 paintings already? Considering that I have the attention span of a gnat when it comes to doing comic pagesm, that's pretty incredible. No, really, it is.

This one's of Otsuyu, the tragic "heroine" of the Rakugo (one-man storytelling) story "Botan Dourou", or "The Peony Lantern". I really adore that story due to Otsuyu's motive for coming back: she returned out of love, not out of hatred or vengeance. You can read the whole story at this URL: [link]

This painting, despite not being as comlicated as the others, still took me a long time due to personal things happening lately. I wish the white gel pen worked out a bit better, and I don't think I did a good job making the lantern look illuminated enough. If the painting's contrast looks odd, it's because I got a new computer with an LCD monitor, so I can't see the colors the same as with my old comp. ^^;

I used up half a tube of white watercolor to make the flowers/leaves. Egads!

Watercolor, pencil, gel pen and Photosho (contrasting, etc.)

Otsuyu Herself, Sanyutei Encho I (the dude who made her story into a play)
Art Carrie-ko
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