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Acrylic on Paper 20x30, (c) 2012 My friend Toni and I collaborated on this images; she is of Swedish- Norwegian ancestry and I am Danish-German (mostly) and we had discussed what if the god Thor was female. We did a photo shoot for her cosplay and my art at the beach in San Diego where I lived at the time and this was the result. When we were designing her costume, we wanted her to be sexy, but powerful. We decided on leggings instead of a bikini-style which is typical of most female fantasy warriors in the genre these days. We had the metal bra and bracers custom made. The helmet and hammer were from a comic book store. Loki's helmet, I just had to make up in my head. We debuted this piece at Phoenix Comic Con in 2012 and to date it is still my best selling print.
Acrylic and water color (background) on illustration board 16x20 (c) 2018 I have always been a fan of fetish and leather / latex attire as well as vampires. I saw this image of Miss Mandy; a Swedish Fetish model and contacted her and her photographer to get permission to as a ref. photo. This was the result. The title itself was inspired from the movie Underworld. The focus or theme is this Death Dealer is both judge and executioner in a more medieval period. Since Tyr is the god of justice I felt it appropriate adding his sigil / rune to this piece. I am particularly proud of how well her boots turned out.
Acrylic and oil on illustration board 11x14, (c) 2017 I just wanted to pay tribute to the goddess Freyja. I tried something new I hadn't done in a while: her skin tones were done in oil; the rest was done in acrylic. Extra (clear) gesso was used on the illustration board after I had my sketch completed. Originally the background (airbrushed acrylic) was a teal; I didn't really like it so I had to remask and re-do.
Oil on canvas 18x24, (c) 2001 One of my first fantasy pieces, this image is based on a character from a story I wrote called "Empire to Ashes". At the end of the story the character D'Lahl is the last of her kind. She is victorious in an epic war, but at the cost of all her friend and all those that she knew. Born immortal she later ascends to god-hood and so will carry her grief and sorrow forever.
Acrylic on clay board 18x24 (c) 2018 Bits of this just sort of came to me as I was sketching it out. In the reference photo, the woman is laying on a chair, so I had work around that a bit and come up with a reason she was arched back. The skull is possum or skunk skull I borrowed from a friend. I really like how the composition ended up. I think it is one of my stronger fantasy pieces.
Acrylic on paper 20x30 (c) 2012 I was at a convention in early July of 2012 and was approached by Cliff Simon (Ba'al of Stargate SG1) to do this commission for him. He really wanted something (prints) by Dragon-Con which is usually Labor Day weekend. He gave me his favourite photo and asked if I could do something with it. Cliff was super nice and since Ba'al is my favourite TV super-villain so I busted my ass to get this done. I feel it is perhaps my best piece.
Work in Progress images:
Acrylic on clay board 18x24, expected completion: fall 2020. I saw a photo by Koeal Braxton Photography of Nicole Aniston and really thought it would lend itself to something amazing. I had already begun the background on my medusa piece and so I continued the same type of background and colors with this piece to tie them together a bit.
Wonderful Terrible Things
Acrylic on illustration board, expected completion: fall 2020 The reference photo of her face is from a fetish image by Lucy Alice Photography, used with permission. The human torso was a pose I used (with license) from Figurosity. For the snake torso and tail I bought a posable snake toy I found on Amazon and twisted into the desired position. Inspiration hit me for this one in the most strangest manner. I had been traveling to Yuma-con and listening to my Spotify when 'The Source' by God Module came on the line "I will show you things; wonderful terrible things." and it hit me to do a Medusa-themed image, but make her something you would want to look at; beautiful, not hideous and of course that is the title. I was originally going to debut this piece at Wondercon 2019, but I was running behind I have learned not to rush things; they will finish when they finish. And they will be wonderful and terrible at the same time.