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A kirin... or what I imagine one would look like. :) I had no idea what a kirin even was until about a week ago, when I got a bottle of beer with one on the label! Pencils + Photoshop.
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Commission for Siegewolf: his character Chitwood, the striped hyena daredevil. :)

8x10; ink, colored pencil, marker, acrylic paint
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Aahh I've been neglectful of DA. Especially my notes. I've been working mostly on commissions, and expressly on a sculpture commission. But I took a day or two to do MFF stuff, because I need to get that done, too!

Continuing with my idea of dragons appearing/materializing, whathaveyou. More colorful than my usual stuff, I think.
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A lil gift for *RaptorArts ;)

:XD: ... you did not mention if your character has a name. So this sketch is just called Dragon Raptor Sketch. ;)

I hope I did everything right there and that you like it (like I told you it will be done fast...). ;)

Now I should focus on finishing my layout work for the book finally. :D

;)
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Commission

This one was kinda fun, I got to design the character and stuff.

Gonna sleep

before my brain falls out now.
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Generic cat dude with fire staves. Speed-painting; done in ArtRage2.
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What (or who) has this dragon been waiting so long for?

Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 11 X 14 Bristol paper.

Prints available here: [link]
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Oh hey, a real painting! :D A golden phoenix of some type bursting into flame. Had a lot of fun pushing the fire effects around in this.

Measures roughly 8"x9". Acrylic paint on illustration board.
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This is the most recent in the Serpent Sun series, though it is still a couple of years old. I wanted to do some color-clashing experimentation, and my mom's uber-70's owl-mobile showed me the way. Red-orange, olive green and blue-green make an interesting combination, coupled with that screamin' yellow background... Maybe successful for burning your retinas, but still not the greatest composition. I have more work to do!

I did this with ink, marker and colored pencil.

Original artwork: available - $45

Prints: not available


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For the upcoming Wild Cats of the World card deck (wildcatcards.livejournal.com for more info) -- the jungle cat. Apparently they don't actually live in jungles. :) Photoshop.
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