These have been made with various mediums. All can be bought as prints. Please contact with any interest to find out prices and sizes.
a margay druid I once played in a D&D campaign. Done in acrylic on paper.
A great golden dragon flying past the castle wall as a sorceress and her familiar watch in delight. Done with ink used as watercolor on paper.
An illustration for a book I am working on. A woman with crystal wings was taken and hung from a wall by them. Here she is being brought down by the elven knight she had been travelling with. Ink used as watercolor.
Ink as watercolor. A very early experiment with the medium. Diana bathing. If you look closely, you may see Acteon peeking.
A passionate, red haired dancer. Ink as watercolor, with a photoshopped background.
A Horse of a Different Color
Acrylic on paper. Began as an experiment. I just wanted to do something in all green.
Another one of those D&D moments. My valkyrie about to touch a magic horse statue watched over by a golden dragon hiding in the shadows. Pen and Ink.
Colored pencil with photoshopped background. I had done this pretty little dancer and wanted a background for her, so I played around with photoshop. I liked the idea of obscuring the eyes instead of the traditional veiling.
Ink as watercolor. My first using ink. I was very much into furries in the 90's.
Ink as watercolor. A character for a story I haven't finished.
Ink, colored pencil and pearl acrylic on paper. A lovely djinni getting dressed in her bottle. I had fun mixing the clothing styles. Some djinn get around...
Character portrait for a short I did that I haven't named yet. Acrylic on paper.
Just a pretty little slave girl, sketched and then inked.
my vampire rocker. Pen and Ink. Though the original was done as a collage, with the dress and hair cut out and glued on to give a slight 3 dimensional effect.
Speaker Cover (Original idea)
colored pencil and ink. The original idea for the cover of The Speaker, with the twin feathers, a camillia and the rose petal elements from the story and the Uktena faded into the background. I might redo this one with a better coloration for the Uktena. Was never really happy with the rainbow patterning.
A lovely, slightly infirm Japanese lady. Just one of several character sketch/ideas I've played with over the years. Pen and Ink.
A character sketch done many years ago from a D&D campaign. Pen and ink, with a thick metallic ink used for the chainmail.
A character sketch for a manuscript I've lost. Which saddens me as I really liked this one.
A sexy tiger woman I did for a t-shirt for a convention in South Carolina in the early 90's: Round Con.Pen and Ink
A naked desert dancer in only a sheer fabric dancing on a dune by the light of the desert moon. Pen and Ink with a photoshopped background. Late 90's I think.
Ghost in Veil
Experiment with pastels on black paper.
The ferryman taking his cargo down the river of souls. Another experiment in pastels on black bristol board.
A religious moment in the life of Zingaia, a character in an unfinished novel. Pen and Ink
This is technically digital, being photoshopped. It began life as a sketch of Alia, a vampire who first appeared in Love In Ruins, and will one day have her own story. I was enhancing the scan of the sketch and began playing with filters and inverted her. I liked it so much I kept it.
A sketch of a lovely centaur named Cascade Silvermane. Done with watercolor pencils.
Just a character sketch from an old GURPS game back in the late 80's. Pen and ink.
A Russian superhero I played in an early Heroes Unlimited game. Colored pencil.
The sketch for the wood block of my Noble Hunt tapestry. Everyone just finds it easier to call it my Baratheon piece. I decided to color it using prismamarkers.