Jeff Darlington had Lev in a guest appearance. Here, you can see Jeff's rendition of Lev. The full comic can be found in his archive on September 13th. It's a great strip, enjoy it!
Jeff also recently sent in another addition, the HOSERS Dynamic Duo poster you see below to the right. Kick ass, that's all I have to say. Kick ass. Click on the image to see the full-size poster...
Maritza Campos Rebolledo has traded me one up for my art to her. to see what I did, look below, then go read College Roomies from Hell!!! Thanks, Maritza!
Curtis Berry has drawn a multi-tribute on his links page, but I took out the picture of me to show here how cool I look in his colorized world. I look like a hippie! Wait, is that a good thing? Thanks, Curtis!
Curtis also sent along recently this terrifico pic of Lev, Aric and Vinegar in full battle gear. That's one mean-lookin' kitten! Sweet!
Naraxa drew this image of Lev being the object of adoration he so deserves. And yes, Vinegar is getting his tummy rubbed by the cutie in the corner. Hey, kittens, berserking or not, still love belly rubs!
To see some Guest Art I did for Jamie Robertson at Clan of the Cats then click HERE and take a look. Afterwards, read the rest of CotC, because it's a great strip with a unique style and artistry to it.
Acid Reflux is a fun manga-style strip by Emily Bingham and Dan Panamaroff. I did this for their fanart page a while back when the image popped into my mind and had to find outlet on paper.
When Naraxa send her fanart piece, I Sent one back to her in exchange. This is what I drew, her two main characters, Den and Amanda. Unfortunately, her comic no longer exists, which is too bad. Elsinore was a cool strip.
I had been reading Elf Life for a few years when this scene crawled in my head and wouldn't dislodge. I drew it up and sent it to Carson Fire. I'm really happy with how this piece turned out.
Gav Bleuel was asking for artwork, so I fired off this little beauty right about the time HOSERS was experimenting with colors sometime last year. Gav has agreed not to tell anyone that U-238 is really harmless, and not the U-235 that causes really big explosions! Thanks, Gav!
Jeff D. had sent me one really spiffy piece of artwork. In preparation at the time for the future GPF/HOSERS crossover, I did some concept artwork, and sent it off to Jeff, where it rests in his Fan Art archive.
I sent this to Maritza because all of the fanart she was receiving at the time was of her female characters, one after another after another. Granted, it's some of my earliest work but at the time it helped me in figuring out how to diversify people in appearance. I hope she doesn't mind that I made Mike chubbier than he probably really is. :)
Way back in the early days, I was playing with a 3-D renderer called Blender, for linux. The next three images I rendered for Illiad were done entirely in Blender's 3-D modelling environment. It was lots of fun, and a definite learning experience.
Second image for Illiad, done with Blender.
Third image. Not too shabby, eh? Yes, the computer monitor has a screenshot of Quake on it. And yes, that is a ball of dust. Read the comic if you must understand....
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