Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Celtic God

I started this maybe 2 years ago but had some issues with his antlers and then the background was just blue...I liked the figure to much to scrap it so I held on to it till I got inspired to finish it. "Hern in the Greenwood", 9 1/2 x 12 1/2, Acrylic, ProWhite and Prisma Color on Canson board. Original and prints available. Picture 29.

Friday, July 13, 2018

Something NOT Japanese

Anubis is one of my favorite ancient Gods to paint and there is a guy who always wants new Anubis art. So her is my latest picture of the Egyptian God. "Anubis at the Door", 10 1/2 x 13, Acrylic and Prisma Colors on black board. Original and prints available. Picture 28.

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Last Calendar Picture

I had enough art for this years Pennsic calendar but 3 of them were very monochromatic, so when I was inspired to do this, I decided it had to replace one of the more bland pictures. "Tiger Samurai", 7 x 13, Acrylic, Micron pen, Watercolor colored pencil and Prowhite on Canson board. Original and prints available. Picture 27.

Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Wild Japanese

It seems I needed a picture for my calendar cover and I think this will be it. "Tiger Ronin", 10 1/2 x 18, Acrylic, Micron pen, Watercolor colored Pencil and Prowhite on Canson board. Original and prints available. (I will get a better picture of it tomorrow). Picture 26.

Friday, June 29, 2018

Japanese Experiment

I had the idea, using a different pose and it did not work o ut, so I found this pose and liked the blades. The idea behind this is that both the Japanese and Chinese Royal families trace their blood line back to Dragons. So some time in the mythical past, a dragon had sex with a human and that is where the Emperors of  Japan and China came from. This is the first born, the Prince born from a Dragon father and a human mother. "Dragon Prince", 9 1/2 x 20, Micron pen, Acrylic, watercolor colored pencil and Prowhite on Canson board. Original and prints available. Picture 25.

Friday, June 22, 2018

Japanese Ghost

Well, an old Inktober piece finally got color. "Butterfly Ghost", 5 1/2 x 12 1/2, Micron pen, Acrylic, Prowhite and watercolor colored pencil on Canson board. Original and prints available. Picture 24.