Making Waves

This digital art is more of an experiment than anything, as creating ocean waves hitting the shore is something that takes quite a bit of time. Let me know if I’ve succeeded. Yes, there is gratuitous nudity, but nakedness has a powerful connection with nature – or something like that. Puritans, avert thyne eyes! Also,Continue reading “Making Waves”

Madame Tia

I run a fantasy campaign where the world has evolved to the 1920’s. It’s set in New Orleans and has some Noir and Lovecraft vibes. Why? Because I see all these fantasy worlds where they are millennia old, but still stuck in sword play. Anyway, it’s going great so far. Over the last day orContinue reading “Madame Tia”

Catastrophic Sunrise

Never try to pose with your cat for the sunrise, they told her. They’re mischievous and will not sit still. She didn’t listen and the prophecy came to pass. Not my best work, but I needed something to balance out the sunrise in her eyes and since I did a girl and her dog yesterday,Continue reading “Catastrophic Sunrise”

Miami Spy Game

I channeled a little bit of an homage to one of my favorite artists, who pretty much sat atop 80’s pop culture – Patrick Nagel, and combined it with a little bit of the Cold War spy game theme, but set in the gaudiness of Miami Vice. She’s out of ammo and surprised in someContinue reading “Miami Spy Game”

XStatic

Here’s a photo shoot of a superhero / supervillain (she’s young still) that I made up yesterday. Originally, I was going for maybe a future daughter of the Joker and Harley Quinn, but then there’s all that legal stuff, so I thought maybe a super-mutant, like the X-men, but then there’s all that legal stuff.Continue reading “XStatic”

A Question of Limits

A legitimate comment sparked this post. I don’t know if the person was just being a social media denizen (where the goal is to tear down) or knew that I always create a scene for my art, with multiple angles worthy of expression to the lens, and decided to coax out another angle from me.Continue reading “A Question of Limits”