COMMISSIONS I’ll be travelling quite a bit the next couple of months so I’m reopening for commissions limited to badges,
The sun is shining and the marsh grasses are lush. That makes for a very content mooseman. This is a
This piece was commissioned by a friend for her hawk character named Stormy. She is a lovely person with a
Sanya knew that eagles could do better than just flying place to place for food, almost always staying within a
When terminal cancer strikes in mid-life, David Geraki has to make tough choices. He chooses an experimental therapy that saves
Houston: “You are ‘Go’ for the EVA: Extra Vehicular Avian” Col. Eagle: “Roger, Houston, opening the hat–” Houston: “Wait! Wait!
One giant leap for mankind but no problemo for a golden eagle… Commissioned art piece, medium detail, digital.
Herding chocobos isn’t so bad. They make great pillows when it’s time to take a nap in the summer afternoon.
Reference sheets (or “ref sheets”) are used by cosplayers, role-play gamers, and other creative souls to help communicate the important
Attendees at fan conventions love to have customized badges that show off the characters they’ve created. I did this for
Mpishi is an African harrier character in the animated series Lion Guard. I was doing a livestream session and someone
The morning was clear and warm with just enough breeze to loft the banners around the castle. Birds sang in
Bald eagles are pretty dapper on their own but I enjoyed the challenge of adding clothes, cane, and bowler to
Hey, I do business graphics too! This is part of a logo commissioned for Airborne Wildlife Control Service in Las
I’m so pleased to announce that my first novel, The Sky Calls, will be out soon. I naively thought it
Mike is a playful, fun-loving, but mischievous sort, as any raven should be. Other birds enjoy his company but they
So take hold of the flame Don’t you see life’s a game So take hold of the flame You’ve got
Colin took a photo of me snow-blowing the driveway last month and it was a bit of a hit with
The inspiration for this was my husband, Colin. He’s really not that grumpy but he loves the grumpy look that
Tracer and his friend Zack love to explore ghost towns and abandoned grain elevators. They want you to come along