These pictures feature some animals that were once at the local city animal shelter here in Albuquerque. I sure hope they all found good homes!
If you want to get a slideshow view of my artwork, click on one of the pictures below!
This dog wanted to see what was in this basin so he rose, put his paws on the basin, and saw a…dragon? That was unexpected!
Look at this cute little kitty warrior! The lion in the background is the kitten’s spiritual mentor 🙂
Look at this colorful rainbow pack of dogs! Each of them has their own unique element (fire, wind, ice, electricity, protect, and cure) which contributes to the pack’s ability to survive in the wild 🙂
In reality: a dog with a milk bone. In fantasy: an armored dog with a large star wand. This picture was a lot of fun to create 🙂
Check out that fairy dog in this dog’s reflection! Wouldn’t it be cool to be able to look in a puddle and see a fairy version of yourself? This fairy dog’s design was inspired by a luna moth.
This group of cats likes to go on adventures together! They all have helmets that allow them to transform into mighty dragons for short periods of time. All their dragon forms have special abilities and really help this group out if they find themselves in a jam 🙂
When this little doggy sees her reflection, she likes to imagine herself as a griffin exploring a different world 🙂
This little tortie is just having fun sitting and watching some young griffins chattering in the branches.
This dragon’s name is Betty. She is very protective of her cat, so you better not mess with either of them!
This is a little bit different style than I normally do. It’s a cat from the shelter just hanging out in space. Because…why not? Cats are cute and space is awesome!
My mom and I have been volunteering at our local animal shelter for years now. We have taken quite a few photos and I decided to take some of them and create some fantasy pictures of the adorable animals we interacted with! 🙂 In this one, a few dog and cat mages are just hanging out near the water. The different colors of their clothing indicates the type of magic they control.
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!
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!