I only took one commission for the holiday season, well two commissions for one person, and it was Doctor Who themed, so how could I resist?
Here is the Tenth Doctor hanging out with Charlotte and Rose, and the Tenth Doctor shopping for shoes with Jenny while a jealous Dalek looks on.
These were super fun to do 🙂
I also painted two of my nieces and my nephew as Ponies. Here we have Pardner, Chatterbox and Pokepal. I find it awesome that my three year old nephew is already a Brony. He specifically requested that his cutie-mark be a red hat.
I am going to be at Calgary Comic Expo this year and I will be offering ‘You as a Pony’ doodles again. They are going to be watercolour this time around, unless people desperately need a specific colour of marker. The watercolour ones are way more fun – and faster, too!
That secret set I have been alluding to for a while has been announced, but I have to tease you all a little with the details before I am allowed to post my cards. I am a sketch card artist on the DC Comics Batman: The Legend card set. As soon as I can, I will post some cards. I feel humbled in the presence of many of the artists on that list and I hope to do more superhero stuff in the future.
I finished this fabulous return card for Star Wars Galactic Files fan James.
If you are interested in a custom return, I am asking $125 per card. No more than two characters. Unless it’s Ewoks or Jawas. I will draw as many of those on a card as I can fit.
I also drew this Rockin’ Dragon on cardboard who is looking for a home:
I have also added some more art you can get to by perusing my gallery, but they will have a special post of their own later.
The announcement is sad. I will not be there, nor will I be at any con this year. The good news out of all that is I am finished with my schooling, I am a Medical Lab Technologist and I will still be making the time for art.
Speaking of which, more Galactic Files cards for your viewing pleasure!
I have been working on commissions and tooling around in between them to get my juices going. If you’re super curious about what little scribbles I’m doing, I’ve been uploading them to the Pencils and Sketches part of my site. The quick little digital doodles are part of a project my pal Neogeen is working on and a bunch of artists are testing. I’m enjoying myself. (Seriously, check out her art, it is the bees knees)
Here are a couple of other digital pieces. The bear is a commission and the fox is a little pencil sketch I dolled up for fun.
Hopefully there will be more cute coming your way. I will be open for larger commissions in June – digital and real media – so give me a holler if you’re interested.
It’s nice to be finally getting the feel for the digital media again. Photoshop and I have not been friends for a while. FYI, the bear badge was done in SAI and the fox was coloured in photoshop.
For the past few years I’ve contributed variousWonder Womanthemed pieces for Wonder Woman Day in Portland. This year the event has opened up to different female characters, so I chose one of my old favourites – Cheetara. I am a fan of her old, campy outfit. While the new Cheetara is certainly awesome, I am not a fan of her proportions or revealing costume, so I thought I would kick it up oldschool. Thundercats, HO! To get more info, visit the Women of Wonder site.
I sold out at the con, and I have more printed now.
The prints are $5 each plus shipping – $2 Canada, $3 US and $5 International.
I am also taking You-As-A-Pony commissions!
Here’s the deal, any more details than this are more cash!
$15 each, watercolour, around 4×6 in 5×7 paper. (PLUS SHIPPING) All prices are in Canadian
What you get:
ONE body colour
ONE colour for mane and tail
Relatively uncomplex cutie mark
Your choice of unicorn, pegasus or earth pony.
If you want the mane or tail drawn in a certain way (Straight, curly, long, short) I will do my best.
Let me know if you want a brony, I will draw him with a squarer face and/or without eye lashes.
The pose is up to me. There are no backgrounds.
Addons: Choose your own pose: $5 Complex body colouring (IE multiple colours) – $10 (Like if you wanted something like the X ponies) Prop (like a hat, small furry animal, simple costume element, weapon) – $5 Multiple mane colours (Like, a stripe of a different colour) – $2 Unicorn horn and wings: $2 A second character (Like you riding yourself as a pony, or another basic pony in the same picture) – $10 Background – Varies. This can push the pony into full commission land as far as pricing.
Please comment or send an email to amy at flyingarmadillo dot com and I will ponify you!
I DO have an example of a watercolour pony, but I can’t show it yet as it is a gift. However, watercolour ponies are awesome and not streaky like the marker ones. Note that I cannot guarantee exact colour matching with watercolours.
Below are some I did in Calgary, your ponies for the post con price are guaranteed to be streak free 😀
CCEE has posted their program book, which has a little picture of my artbook contribution in it, so I figure it’s officially safe to show it off. Please, if you’re going to CCEE, pick up one of the artbooks! Proceeds this year go to Make a Wish. Bring it to my table and I’ll sign it, and people who come by with an artbook will get a free postcard or trading card. I am at P09 in the writer/artist guest area, not in the Artist Alley, so come and find me!
The artbook piece is adobe photoshop and to accompany the original, I am very likely going to get a poster printed for the auction.