Dr. Johnson once said that nobody but a blockhead ever drew nekked cat-babes except for money. This comes to mind because my sweet thing has been reminding me that I'm not actually making any money off my webcomic ( http://www.kurtoonsonline.com/?page_id=8 ). So maybe I ought to mention that I am always available for commissioned art. I specialize in furries, but I also do cartoon portraits, gaming sketches, comic book characters, a li'l bit of everything.
Send me a message and let me know what you'd like to draw.
An online friend of mine named Jürgen Hubert has published a role-playing game suppliment titled "Doomed Slayers" which I illustrated. The book is an interesting look at the standard dungeon delvers in Traditional Gygaxian Heroic Fantasy and it approaches these "Slayers" as a profession with a reason for existing, a code of ethics and a role in the greater society.
The book is published by Hell Creek Sanitarium and is available as a PDF from DriveThru RPG. ( http://rpg.drivethrustuff.com/product/103414/Doomed-Slayers ). I'm going to be posting some of the illustrations here.
Last year I illustrated a children's book written by a woman named Kathy Stemke and titled "Trouble on Earth Day." http://www.amazon.com/dp/1936021366/ref=as_li_ss_til?tag=educationtips-20&camp=213381&creative=390973&linkCode=as4&creativeASIN=1936021366&adid=1M1N1Z755MFKXNVZGAXQ&&ref-refURL=http%3A%2F%2Feducationtipster.blogspot.com%2F It's a sweet little story about a young squirrel who learns about conservation and recycling and puts these ideas to use when she meets a new friend in the forest with a problem.
Kathy's been promoting her book these past few weeks, to coincide with Earth Day, and as part of her promotion I ran an interview sh