"Finished" Artwork



In order (approximately) from newest to oldest.

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2003
grapes
I was reading about mosaics in the Painter 8 help files, so I decided to try making one. Bread, grapes, wine...
face
My mudcharacter, Fennel. This is really only partly finished, since the character wears a fur cloak and not a plain one, but I'm feeling lazy. Besides... it's cool. The linked image is big; a smaller version is over here.
coast
My father took a picture of the Coast of California. I popped it into Painter and went to town.
dragon
August. Painter 8: virtual gouache and oils on fine art paper.
face
July. Colored pencils (Prismacolor and Lyra) on sketchbook paper. A character sketch of Ebola, a friend of mine from ShadowMUD. He's a half-elf rogue who runs around in a loincloth.
ship
May. Painter Classic: colored charcoal. Intended to be an Elven boat sailing into the West. Namarie...
eye
May. OekakiCentral's PaintBBS.
person
April. Illustrator and Photoshop. Created as a buddy icon for a friend. Link shows full-size image; thumbnail is buddy-icon sized.
dragon
January. Painter Classic. Oil and charcoal.
face
January. Photoshop. Character portrait of Cayenne, a character of mine.
hair
Closeup of Cayenne's hair.
lacing
Closeup of Cayenne's boots, before the background went in.
2002
face
October-November. Illustrator and Photoshop. A birthday present for a Pagan friend of mine; the faces are based off pictures of her.
face
October. Illustrator and Photoshop. The honking big version. For a while I was into really huge Photoshop canvases.
furry
October. Illustrator and Photoshop. If a cat and a dragon were friends... Based on my online personality and my cat.
furry
October. Illustrator and Photoshop. Vaguely intended to be a self-portrait. I own those clothes. Based off an old sketch.
face
October. An Elfwood-acceptable version of the following picture. Illustrator and Photoshop.
face
October. Illustrator and Photoshop. Based off an old drawing.
2001 and older
face
Summer/Fall 2001. Sharpie and Colorpak markers on bristol board. He should look familiar. Based off an even older sketch. As an aside: Colorpaks fade. Badly.
face
Spring/Summer 2001. I want to cry just looking at this. Never, ever use Crayola markers on a picture you like. Back when I drew it, it was the best thing I'd done yet. You can see it before I drew all over it here.

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