One of the longest paintings I have ever had on my easel. I have been working on this for over 10 years! I started this so long ago, I was not sure how to paint people with oil paints! The story behind this is that these is the couple that formed the Aradani Kingdom. Cellendur and … Read more
I have been working overtime on finished the new version of the Watcher, and its finally finished. As a review, I have repainted this because it was originally the first painting I professionally ever finished. That was in 2002. So I wanted to paint the same subject and see how far I had come. I … Read more
Hey everyone, mike here. The other day I spent some time at the easel painting and I was thinking of new ways to reach new art fans. I have had so much success at Kickstarter, I decided I wanted to try my hand at an art focused project. One of the big gambles making art … Read more
Hey everyone, Mike here. Today over lunch I was thinking about having a design made to go on the back of some of my hoodies and the front of a couple of tshirts. Then I thought that others might like to have this too. So I was wondering if I had this design made, would … Read more
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Just listed two pieces of original artwork! One is a personal piece about trying to find a balance with our planet, the other is an illustration I did for Dragonlance 3rd Edition! Click either thumbnail below to see the auction!
Just finished editing and posted all three! Click here to check them out!
Isn’t she pretty?
Our friend Michael Crumb, who writes for the Chattanooga Pulse, has written an article about the great conventions that happen in Chattanooga and gave Paul and I quite a shout out. Here is a snippet and a link to the full article: “The poster for the upcoming Con Nooga (Chattanooga’s increasingly popular “other” multi-fandom convention happening Feb. … Read more
I started working on my next piece at Art Night tonight. It is on the same color paper as Shades of Guilt, and it going to be done with charcoal and chalk. Here is the first photo of the work in progress. And yes, it is a wolf, on a cliff… sometimes I need to … Read more