These are the artworks that I introduced to art shows back in 2015, the first year I started selling prints.
If you want to get a slideshow view of my artwork, click on one of the pictures below!
I took a photo of my cat and colored directly on top of it. I was trying out a new realistic style to see how it would look. I like the way it turned out!
I drew this picture many, many years ago. It’s a green dragon floating in space, looking down at the world she has been given to protect.
This baby dragon is a adorable character created by a user with the name Hypnoosis on Deviantart: hypnoosis.deviantart.com/
This scene was originally supposed to take place underwater but it looks like the two characters are racing on top of the water instead. This dragon has the ability to mimic the coloring of other animals, including its fish friend if it wanted to! The colors are based on the mimic octopus.
A crawling dragon basks in the last rays of the sunset, preparing for a long night of darkness. These dragons are excellent swimmers, but like to spend a lot of time exploring land on the shores and rocks.
After a long day, an anthro dragon decides to take a rest in a large tree. In the background you can see the castle he lives in, so this position high in a tree gives him a great view of his home.
I went through a period where I combined insects and dragons to create very interesting hybrids, like this one. I like mantids and dragons, but I think this type of dragon would be pretty terrifying to come across!
An older dragon decided to take its apprentice out for some training in the fields. It’s important for young dragons to learn how to control their magic for flying early on since being able to hover high in the sky can save them from danger. Flying without wings is more difficult, so they spend more time training to fly than dragons who have wings.
This dragon is armed and ready for battle! He not only is adept at using swords, but he also possesses a little bit of magic (hence the presence of the staff on the ground).
High up in the trees, this dragon is calmly looking over its shoulder to make sure its pursuers are gone. They can’t fly, but bushy tailed dragons are extremely good at climbing and their large feet with long, sharp claws enable them to climb trees quickly to get out of harm’s way.
Hinka, the four-eared rainbow colored cat, is a character I developed in middle school. Here he’s hanging out with his friends Crysutterfly (the butterfly) and Firecoon (a winged mouse called a “Kikacoon”). The grass is purple because it reflects the color of the purple sky.
This picture portrays a queen of a group of felinsectaurs living in the grassy mountains. Although she’s a smaller hybrid, being a cross between a wasp and a caracal, she’s proven over the years to be a great and fierce leader. The wasps hanging out on her staff are very loyal to her and she has this uncanny ability to instantly attract more wasps to aid her in times of need.
In this picture, a group of eye creatures are asking two body guards of the leader if they can talk to the leader of the group. The red one is the most eager to see the leader, but her friends are a bit more apprehensive, especially the yellow eye creature who is wary of meeting their leader so informally.
I’m a big fan of both insects and dragons and I’ve always loved the idea of combining the two. I’m not sure exactly what the insect is though the colors are based on an Io moth. The plant in the background is a terrifying version of a yucca plant.
Dragons are cool in and of themselves, but if they have extra abilities, like magic, it makes them even cooler! This particular dragon has telekinesis and can use that staff to cast spells. But she has to be careful–even dragons have a limited amount of magic they can use.
In this scene, two felinsectaurs are challenging their leader. Neither is a fan of the leader because they not only have trouble understanding him (since he’s a spider and not an insect) but also they don’t like his battle strategies. However, the leader is very strong so it’s pretty risky for these two smaller hybrids to be challenging him!
Two dragon friends greet each other in a secret meeting place. Neither of them is afraid of heights, which is a good thing considering they live high in the large trees. Their orange fur makes them stand out a bit against the green bark, but they are very fast and good at evading predators.
A long-necked rainbow bird hovers over a dark flower. I’m not sure what the relationship between the bird and the insect is, but I sure hope that little bug isn’t the bird’s dinner!
The wings on this dragon are backwards which reflect this dragon’s quirky personality! She’s very incompetent and generally has no clue where she’s going in life. But everything she does is very entertaining to those around her.
A tentacled alien climbed up into a tall tree to look over its territory. With all the mountains in the background, the place sure looks like it’s very protected.
I’ve always been a big fan of dragons, weapons, and skulls so I decided to try and combine all three of them into one picture. Pink is my favorite color, so this dragon was really fun to color!
This dragon is just lurking in the water, staring at something to try and entice it to come closer. The tentacles have deadly poisons on them and this dragon uses them to paralyze its prey before consuming it. Although they have beautiful colors, it’s best to stay far away from this species.