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goddammit D:
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tommy can't say börje :XD:
it's always borges
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:3
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This is a very silly painting for a few reasons. This animal's forefeet weren't made for gripping and, even if they were, a predator made to hunt with natural weapons wouldn't need a spear. (Nevermind their brains not being wired to fabricate stone tools)

But, by gar, I felt like drawing a dromaeosaur with a spear. The really beautiful thing about art is that it doesn't always have to make sense.
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An old sketch I decided to paint
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it's like a giraffe colossus haha, supposed to be :iconjjh:
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kind of the four horses of the apocalypse
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watercolour, markers, pen
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Recent 2d/3d Image I've did for my portfolio.
Created using Zbrush and photoshop.
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First painting of 2009. Pure coolness in that little guy.

Original photograph image is by Jeffrey Vanhoutte

You can find it here: [link]

Graphic tablet in Photoshop. Comments and critiques will be great... =P

If you like it, let me know.

Cova.

Follow me on facebook: [link]
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This is a long-overdue commission for Poufy Werewolf, as left over from the summer. It's her werewolf character Brisco just after his nocturnal transformation.

The actual painting, I have to say, is an absolute beauty. I wish I could have kept it.

Acrylic on Board, 16x20"
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Edward and Eloise were tickled pink. They’d just passed their Artist Test with flying colours, and were the proud owners of slick new artistic licences. Their unlicensed friends would be green with envy as Eloise and Edward painted the town red. Or blue, purple, striped, polkadot....
Smugly grinning, the pompous Paint Police watched from a distance, already scribbling fines for the newlyweds' outrageous use of colour and seriously negative space. Recently-licenced artists usually went overboard the moment the laminated scrap of plastic reached their trembling hands.

Acrylic on acid-free matboard, 56 x 81.5 cm. Scanning this on my A4 scanner was a nightmare!

I wrote the above description a long time ago, when I did the first concept sketches for the main characters late last year, and I don’t think it quite fits the tone of the finished piece. However, I’ve included it anyway.
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I've had the honour of doing the centerfold of RARE 2013: A Cultural Anthro Calendar. Visit www.anthrocalendar.com for more information.
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In case anyone's wondering where my avatar comes from.
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