a character sketch of a group of superheroes from a game I played in college. My character is the cat woman being rescued.
my half orc barbarian, Musera Balistabat. I called her Mouse cause I wanted her to be a 'point and click', 'you point, I click/kill'. Didn't work out that way. She was far too dynamic. Colored pencils.
My viscous and sexy priestess of Loviatar from an old D&D game. Kept her hair braid in a cat'o'nine tails and tied off with twists of wire.
A very old piece I did.
Seen in my mixed media page reaching up to touch the statue of the horse behind her. This is my Valkyrie character. The original is only about 3 inches square.
Apparently I liked this character. Made in '91, this is a color version I did one afternoon. I used to be very good at drawing horses.
A sketch of the figurehead of the Mercy's Ransom. Mostly done to give me a visual of it.
Done as a character sketch for my Masque of the Red Death character. A pretty Irish maid rescued from a shipwreck. Going to color this one one day.
A simple little pen and ink of my deaf superhero, Twilight. Her powers were mostly psychic, though she could fly. Her hair was white and her eyes a lovely shade of teal.
Another of a superhero, this one less than human. I was sort of playing with an electric eel version of an inhuman mermaid. REALLY want to paint this one some day.
A character sketch from another book I had planned to write called the Queen of Cats.
A character sketch of An and Aislynn from Lady Of The Mist, available from Amazon on my book page.
This is the origin of my Ta Moko series. I was playing a GURPS game and created a group of Polynesian Amazons. Their lives are tattooed on their bodies. She was a paladin, and when she got her bonded mount, a water horse, I designed the tattoo that would go on her back to represent him. And thus the series was born... 15 years later.
I was playing a Toreador in one of my local vampire games and had taken to sketching or writing during game. (The first chapter of Love In Ruins was written at that game by that character, though that story was not about that game at all) But this face came to my mind and I drew her. Someone said that it was what my daughter, Faith, then 3, would look like at 16. Now that Faith is 18, it's not far off, though I think she looks a little more like my cousin Lori.
the first sketch of my tiger lady.
Alia in the raw
One of several pieces I did of one of my favorite, and completely amoral, characters. Impossibly beautiful and deadly to the extreme, her very kiss is poison. Here she is beckoning the viewer closer, hiding a knife.
Just a random thumbnail sketch I did of a white eyed, ghastly vampire lady.
Another sketch of Cascade Silvermare, made to show off the nature of her hair, really, while her head is covered like a human, it runs down her back like a mane along her spine.
An old shadowrun character. Just a thumbnail really. She was very much a skulker type.
the original sketch of my pen and ink.
Turan and Talia
a sketch of a pair of feline superheroes. Brother and Sister pair. He was a black lion, straight fighter type, and she was an ice controller, and twin to the cat woman in Heroes. They were alien to earth.
The original sketch of Lyrra from my Mixed Media Gallery
I don't know why I did this one. A whim, really. I have an art card with him on it, inked. One of the few times I successfully drew a man.
Divine Light B/W
The original of my Divine Light painting in the Mixed Media Gallery
I was staff on a changeling game a few years back and this was one of the NPCs I played. Sparta was a Summer courtier taken from Sparta (or at least she thought) and was more than a bit serpentine.
Just a Horse
Was trying a new angle. I had a person on his back but I could never get her positioned right. I liked his head too much to toss the whole.