|Pet portraits, dragons, school assignments, random tomfoolery... who knows what you'll see!|
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Outside of fantasy work, I often accept commissions for pet portraits - I work with any pet, though dogs have been my main clientele, and my inclusion of color is beginning to grow. If you are interested in a drawing, just ask!
What Gives?!?I'm sure you're tired to death of me here, but I gotta get to the bottom of things.What Gives?!? by pallanoph
I don't think this showed up in anyone's inbox this afternoon. I also have a sneaking suspicion I'm not seeing works from other people.
So! Did it show up in your inbox? I'm not asking people to care about my work, but the purpose of me uploading things is because I want to share and have things be seen, and if things aren't being seen, that kind of defeats the purpose.
I could rant, but I'll save it. Ranting does nothing except make me feel clear headed for an hour or two.
In the meantime, commissions are still open! I'm looking for sketches and quick/smaller work in particular while I tackle the next two large pieces in my queue. Also, I'm planning on digging out art for sale, which I hope to post here by the end of the week, if I'm lucky.
To all of you: Thanks for sticking around, and I hope you are well!
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Hello everyone! I am a pet portrait artist, fantasy artist, somewhat of an animal/wildlife artist, animal-lover and graduated college student with a Studio Art major, and Zoology and Art History minor. I hope to create wildlife and fantasy illustrations in the future as well as research animals, preferably birds, fish, or reptiles. You may know me most distinctly for my Romanian Three-Tail dragons, and my draconic alter-ego Leccathu Fürvicael.
I genuinely enjoy interweaving zoology and imagination; the application of scientific knowledge of anatomy, biomechanics, behavior, and ecology to the creation of seemingly impossible animals is an avocation that strongly reflects my passionate and curious personality. To share my love of these distinct realities with others, I utilize graphite, acrylics, oils, digital painting, and even 3-dimensional models, bringing to visual life wholly new creations that, while completely fabricated, appear plausible. I can display and share with others the intricacies of how muscles interact to make limbs move, the hunting techniques of some abyssal leviathan, the anatomy of bizarre six-limbed mammals, and show how dragons could truly fly.
I hope that you enjoy your stay here, and please ask me questions, leave comments, critique my ideas, or anything of the like! I'll keep uploading new material here, and who knows where my adventures will take me. Thank you for stopping by!