Pinups, covers, t-shirts, commissions and random finished artwork.
I did a couple of folios featuring skunk girls. Some, like this one, were in a science fiction milieu. Her cybernetics are not actually necessary, but a kind of gang mark and control mechanism. She appears to operate freely as an escort but is essentially owned. Her street name (as you might guess) is Ivy. […]
Turns out Violet looks good in bellbottoms and fringe. I have been assured actual hippie chicks looked nothing like this.
Sometimes groups of artists play a nameless, difficult game that could be called “I Bet You Can’t Draw It.” Therefore, here is my cute mosquito girl.
Angel from Wildlifers, on one of those big beach towels. I wish I could find and Alfred J. Kwak beach towel! If they ever made them, none of them ever came to Texas.
This was done for the cover of my Cymophanous sampler. Although she’s a fantasy creature, she does have gills at the bottom of her ribcage.
I always wondered what kind of business she was running. Seems legit, though. She has a chart and everything!
I did a lot of skunk girl pinups — they’re great for black and white pictures! — but this one didn’t make it into any of the folios or collections. I liked the composition on it.
A boxing kangaroo. Not for a sketchbook; I just thought it was a cute idea.
We folks from Texas started going to Confurence starting at CF2 in 1991. I wrote a con report about our CF3 trip the next year for the apazine Gallery, and I went every year up to 2000. This is a colored version of an illustration I did years ago for that now-defunct convention the last […]
A sketchbook piece of Allie from Wildlifers, colored with pencils.