These are the artworks that I introduced to art shows starting in 2016.
If you want to get a slideshow view of my artwork, click on one of the pictures below!
I call this picture “Fantasy Packs.” These are a handful of the dogs my mom and I have walked at the shelter over the past few years. Super fun to draw!
Four cats that my mom and I interacted with at our local animal shelter (all on different days). The two older cats are training the two kittens the ways of being warriors!
My cat is cute so I decided to draw a collage of her. 🙂 (the patterns aren’t even repeated correctly but I’m going to pretend it’s the same cat). I was listening to some cool fantasy music and imagined her going on all kinds of epic adventures! She’s lazy and terrified of everything, though, so that wouldn’t ever happen. But it’s fun to dream 😀
These are my two cousin’s border collies I helped walk a couple months ago. Absolutely adorable dogs, but they’re way to high energy for me to ever consider taking care of any myself.
These creatures, called “Biters”, are just heads with limbs. Since they don’t have any noticeable digestive system, I’m sure that they photosynthesize.
These are recent versions of the creatures I drew as a child called “Rinatues.” I based them loosely off of Tasmanian devils, so you can say they’re essentially jester-like bipedal Tasmanian devil-ish animals. I think they’re awfully cute.
These dragons are based off of ratites since they only have two legs and wings (though they look more like dragon-fied chocobos). They can’t fly with those tiny wings, but they have plenty of other traits that help them survive.
A random sheep clan in a forest. It was cool creating a sheep spirit in the background.
My sister and I saw a cute puffed-up roadrunner at the ABQ biopark a while back. She suggested I draw a roadrunner dragon, so here it is! Roadrunners are such cute birds!
This is an eastern dragon who has the ability of telekinesis and uses her powers to create armor and weapons for her allies.
This is a phoenix dragon. She has the ability to rise up from her ashes after death and summon powerful deities.
This is a medieval dragon. She has venom in her fangs and the ability to carry her sword via telekinesis.
This is a fairy dragon. She has the ability to heal wounds and infections.
This is an amphibious dragon. She has the ability to breathe underwater and acts as a liaison between aquatic and terrestrial societies.
A burrowing dragon took its children to the edge of its territory to bask in the rising sun. Although they spend most of their time underground, they do like to spend a lot of time in the fresh air.
She’s a lover of skulls, pink, and black and has the ability to control her axe with her wand.
Awww, look at all those cute monsters greet you! But what would you do if you met them? Cuddle them or flee?
Five Hinka species are hanging out in space. They’re all based off of creatures I drew when I was a child.