I was able to get my grubby little paws on a very well priced Cintiq and omg… it has changed everything. I’m thoroughly enjoying working digitally in a more intuitive and natural way for me.
Painting the werewolf saint. Thought I would show a work in progress of it. It’s got a long way to go, but I’m loving working on it.
Art done for my husband’s book, “Skeleton Crew.” You can read the story and buy an actual copy here: http://gre7g.com/sc/
Art done for a friend of her fursona, Racine.
If you made the Werewolf Saint a purchasable print after you paint it, I would buy it so fast. I need it framed on my wall like yesterday.
Everything I draw or paint is available as prints. I can even make 11x17 sized ones most of the time. So as soon as I post it, you can order one. :)
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Anyways, Werewolf Saint. In Catholic mythology or theology or what have you there is a dog-headed saint who is sometimes called “the werewolf saint.” I was thinking… what would an actual, horror-ish werewolf look like as a saint? His “halo” is the moon.
My mind wanders to silly places sometimes. But hey, it gives me an excuse to draw werewolves and I love doing that. I am going to actually paint this because I haven’t had the chance to paint anything in a long while.
I want to include “Lycanthropus” below his feet (latin for werewolf) but I haven’t decided how I want to do the text.
More of that werewolf guy… Idea I had bumping around in my head for months but finally getting it out. Not going to say what exactly is going on yet, but yay for drawing symmetrical, symbolic things.
We interrupt your normal Tumblerings to bring you this random, disembodied raccoon head.
Design for a marathon medal; the prize for a race that takes place every year around Halloween. I designed last years medal, which featured a werewolf. This year it’s the Headless Horseman.
Been sculpting lately. Working on a custom beer tap pull handle for our keg fridge. Hopefully we will get him molded and cast up and have some for sale (people could just use him as a little statue if they don’t have a keg). This is my first time using Monster Clay and so far I’m really enjoying it. I’d like to do more sculptures.
I’ve also rebooted my old bone collecting hobby, and will be making art with various things that way. Getting into skeletal re-articulation.
Got another Halloween-themed marathon medal commission, which I will be working on today.
So lots of stuff going on. I will try to post here more often! I’ve been sorting quite a lot of stuff through my head, so I’ve been very internal lately.