Art done for the South Africa Galago Ecology research group. Bushbabies! Digital painting! Wheee!
WIP of the bush baby digital painting for the South African Galago Ecology research group. Loving my new Cintiq!
Approved sketch for the South African Galago Ecology research group, who are involved in the conservation of bushbabies. I will be painting this (digitally!) in black and white for them to use for various things.
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/
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.