Two pieces recently painted in a scheme I’m calling “Hallowed Night”, inspired by October and Halloween. Both are finished with a matte topcoat and painted in oranges, purples, and blacks.
For the first Winged Wolf that I’ve painted in several years (and my second one ever!), I came up with a scheme I am calling “Burnt Pumpkin”. This guy hopefully reminds you of the beginnings of autumn, when the crisp dead-leaf air is just starting to touch the wind.
Two pieces that I painted recently in a new scheme I am calling “Twilight”. I realize looking back through my schemes that I paint lots of “sky” themed pieces, most often inspired by sunsets. It would explain why I am running quite low on scheme names for those types of color pallettes!
In any case, these two pieces are painted to resemble a dusky sky right before the sun’s rays are gone, and when the stars just begin to twinkle. These were auctioned off on the Official Windstone Editions fan page on Facebook.
A few recent pieces I’ve painted – Pipkin the flap cat, which was a commission piece based on someone’s real kitty, and two dragons painted in the Summer scheme – a Keeper and an Oriental!
We just recently got back from a vacation where we drove cross country! Before we left, I painted this Kitsune in a color scheme I call “Prism”. It reminds me of an oil slick. I also painted two pieces in a scheme I call “Rockwing”. A Keeper Dragon, and a Small Dragon counterpart. This scheme was made when inspiration struck after seeing a beautiful piece of southwestern American inspired artwork. The wings were inspired directly by “red rock”, giving the color scheme its name!