All of these were painting using Photoshop. A good chunk of them were done with a mouse, not a tablet. These are only available as Prints. When ordering specify size and paper (gloss, matte or metallic). Please bear in mind some images do not look good blown up too far.
An exercise in perspective. Funny Story: in textures class, teacher wanted us to paint a building or a vehicle, exterior shot. I asked if a Tardis was a vehicle or a building... As Matt Smith was leaving the show when this was done, I added the bow tie to the handle.
The Gloaming (cover)
The full front/back cover for the Gloaming sans text.
Olivia Claria Severus
Painting done fresco style. The only image I've ever been able to manage of my Roman vampire.
Mercy's Ransom (cover)
The final cover for Mercy's Ransom.
Amber Jack and Sirene wrapped around each other at the bottom of the ocean.
Fun image of my Captain Jack Wyndlam being himself on shipboard
This started as part of a larger sketch intended to have a woman on horseback, but I couldn't manage to get the perspective right. So he ended up just a head. I ended up turning it to a unicorn and painting him.
this was a challenge. A friend on Elfwood commented on the whole impractical armor trope, swore her character would never wear that sort of thing. So I drew my succubus tempting her into something skimpy.
My battle nun. She suffers from cataracts, yet still hunts vampires with a great degree of success.
One of my few males. I actually enjoyed painting him up.
A fun little postcard of my superhero Triage, caught on vacation.
Triage and Ioue on a dock in combat in alternate costumes. Not my favorite outfits for them.
My succubus, Symowyn Bloodmare. One of my earliest photoshop paintings.
Another of Sym, in pants this time, flirting under a willow.
My Romany girl, Rhapsody, dancing for her dead, to music played by her ghost uncle, watched over by her now werewolf brother in the trees.
Another image of my mutant angel of the crystal wings, casting a spell
A frosty elven girl. Never been 100% happy with her face, though I did like the fur trim.
Just a lovely little, autumny gown I designed.
My daughter was maybe 6, dressed as a fairy playing with bubbles on the front porch. Some of them landed on the empty stems of the mossroses, and I caught a picture of her trying to collect them. I envisioned her picking bubble flowers and painted this from the photo.
My savage elven druid and her friend.
Cascade Hunting in the Wood
Cascade Silvermane on the hunt. Not 100% in love with this one. Something about the lighting.
My vampire, Alia, at the moment of her becoming a vampire. Always loved the way his muscles and her clothes came out.
Just a little practice piece done with my wacom for a class. It was an exercise in textures.
When Faeries Go Bad
Done for an elfwood contest about bad faeries. I had too much fun with this one.