Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Wuffies Stickers!

The Wuffies have finally become stickers!!  They are currently available for sale on my website.  More information on the Wuffies can be found on their blog

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Water Colors

Commission for Angharad of her Asian Short Clawed Otter fursona.

Watercolor and colored pencils on 9" X 12" smooth Bristol paper.

Wednesday, June 12, 2013


Colored drawing commission for Nathan C.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 9" X 12" smooth Bristol paper.

Thursday, April 4, 2013

You like the free stuff?

Presenting my first Giveaway! :D

This raffle is for a FREE open edition unmatted print plus BOTH of my die-cut werewolf stickers!  This contest is open to everyone (except family and close friends.  You know who you are!) and will end on Friday, April 12th.   All you have to do is click on the entry form in the upper right column where it will take you to Facebook.  You have to like my page (if you haven't already) and answer a question.  You either enter your e-mail or login with Facebook and BAM!  You're in!  I will announce the winner Friday night.  Good luck everyone!

Friday, March 15, 2013

Evergreen Now Available!

Get yourself some green this St. Patty's weekend!  Prints of "Evergreen" are now available!  Click on the image below to get yours!

Friday, March 1, 2013

I have stuff for sale!

This is just a reminder to everyone about things I currently have for sale.

New pendants are available on Etsy.  Several new awesome designs like this little guy here!  These pendants are made of tempered glass (which means they are super hard to break) with a miniature print sealed to the tile.  I hand decorate each pendant, which is sealed and signed on the back by me.  Choice of gold or silver bail.  The come cordless so you will have to provide your own cord or chain.  $30 each plus shipping!

I have plenty of stock of my t-shirts by The Mountain available!  These are pre-shrunk 100% cotton tees that look great!  These are printed on a crinkle-style tie-dye shirt, the signature Mountain look!
I also have t-shirts of "Spirit Hunter" and "Raven Lord" available, digitally printed on Gildan 100% cotton tees.
$25 each plus shipping
T-Shirts on

I still have a few of the "Feed Me Cupcakes" werewolf sticker left!  Get them before they are gone for good!
$6 each plus shipping
Stickers on

Right now I have three originals available for sale!  These include "Raven", "Emissaries", and "Blood Rage".  $300 or less!  Here's your chance to own an original work of art by me!
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You can also purchase these originals through my Etsy page.

As always matted and unmatted prints of my artwork are available on my website.  These are high quality, professional grade prints using Claria inks that will last a lifetime!  All prints are signed in gold by me and the large, limited edition prints are signed and numbered.  Once all the prints in that run are sold out that large print will no longer be available!  Prints start at $12 for unmatted/loose and are only a few extra dollars more for matted!  I do all of my own matting and framing as well :)
Prints on

Please support your favorite artists and buy their products and wares!  Every dollar helps us keep on creating the art you love <3

Sunday, February 24, 2013

Blood Rage

Click on the image to purchase a print!
This is me before coffee.  Hand over the mug and no one will have to die!

Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 9" X 11" smooth Bristol paper.
Original is also available here.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013


Acrylic on 5" X 7" Claybord (masonite with a clay surface)

I had started this piece a few years ago but was still unsure of my painting skills at that time, so I shelved it.  I dug it out recently and decided to finish it in time for Pantheacon this weekend!  I will have prints and the original for sale at the show.  If the original does not sell there it will be available on my website. 

Prints are also available on my website, here.

Monday, February 4, 2013

Moonsinger's Woman

"Moonsinger's Woman"
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 9 X 12 smooth Bristol paper.
Commission for Elizabeth of her characters Jocelyn and Moonsinger. Characters are copyright her, art is copyright me :)

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Copper Dragontaur

Colored drawing commission for Nathan.  Watercolor and colored pencil on 9 X 12 smooth Bristol paper.

Tuesday, January 8, 2013


Colored drawing commission for Heartlessfang of his fursona.  Watercolor and colored pencil on 9 X 12 Bristol paper.

Friday, January 4, 2013

Here, have some art!

Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 9" X 6" Multi-Media Paper
Original is for sale on my website!  Click the image to check it out :)

Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 9" X 6" Multi-media paper.  I did this piece for the article I wrote for Colored Pencil Magazine, January 2013 issue.  It is a tutorial on how I created this piece.
Badge commission for Burnide of his persona. 
Watercolor and colored pencil on 4" X 3" Bristol paper.

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Featured artist, and new tutorial!

They're out!!  They're here!!

I am the featured artist in the Winter/Spring 2013 edition of the brand new Colored Pencil Student magazine!  This magazine is a great resource for anyone who wants to learn to use colored pencils or to improve their skills.  I highly recommend it to everyone!  Plus you get a six page spread about me, so there is that ;)

I have also done a NEW watercolor and colored pencil tutorial in the January edition of Colored Pencil magazine!  If you want to learn a little more about how I do what I do go buy the edition today!

Hurry hurry!  Get them NOW!

New year, new direction

Happy New Year everybody!  I hope you had a wonderful Christmas/Yule/Kwanza/Chanukah/Festivus/whateverholidayyoucelebrate and a fun New Year's Eve!

The new year is a time to make changes in your life, resolutions to do things better than you had in years past.  A time to start fresh and try something new.  It is a perfect time for new beginnings, new directions, and new attitudes. 

I have made a resolution for this coming year, one that I hope will help me be more inspired, productive, creative, and profitable.

In recent years I have been focusing heavily on commissions and other projects not my own.  A lot of my personal paintings, pieces, projects, and ideas have been sitting around unfinished for -years- because of this.  I sit and look at these things and think how much I would love to finish them, or any of the other hundreds of ideas I have rattling around my brain.  Then I think of my commission queue and I shudder, knowing I owe it to my customers to finish their work before I even think about doing anything of my own.  It is killing my creativity, and so this year I have vowed to make some changes.

Starting today I am going to be focusing less on commissions and more on my own visions, my own projects, my own creations. I will be working steadily on the commission queue I currently have, but interspersed between commissions will be new art, better art, art that is, and more of what people want to see from me.  I am going to be trying new things, venturing in new, subtle directions, dabbling my fingers in areas I haven't before, and finishing up the things I started years ago. 

And I will be severely cutting back on commissions.

I will still be open to accept commission requests, but I will not be taking on any new "character" commissions for this year.  Meaning that if you want me to do a piece of your specific character I won't accept it right now.  I will open for these again sometime in 2014.  Hopefully this will give me time to get caught up on my current commissions and give me some free time to do some of my own work this year.

With this time freed up I plan on working on some new ideas for products like stickers, bookmarks, keychains...anything I can think up!  I also have a How To Draw Werewolves, Beast Wolves, and Wolf People book I have been working on I would like to see finished, as well as several books of my artwork.  Big paintings are also in the works again, and boy am I excited for those!  I have always loved to work big, and I love doing epic paintings that leave the viewer breathless and amazed. 

This one has been in the works for years, and no that is not Smaug ;)
So that is my resolution for the coming year, to try to do things differently, to try to create differently.  I still have a pile of owed art to get through, but I am giving myself permission to get some things done for me as well.  Hopefully this plan will work for me.  We will see how this year goes.

I hope you all have a wonderful, blessed, happy, and safe New Year ^.^