A while ago I started making animal faces with people's names. I did this of my character Windsmane who is a bunch of critters rolled into one.. So his name makes up his face.. If people are interested I might be coerced into doing some custom designs.. Who knows :)
I did this for a friend of mine who has since past away as a result of Cancer. She loved Butterflies, Dolphins and was to me a representation of what we all should strive for in the enjoyment of life. It was an honor to have had her in my life.
Was just having some fun with Illustrator and looking at these Indian Esc Masks that I have on my wall. While this is not Indian like in the slightest and has more of a Mardi Gras feel to it, it was certainly inspired by those.. It was fun to create.. I hope you all enjoy it.
Just this idea I had of this place of power if you will. Four mountains looking like wolves baying to the moon.. The moon being the Goddess (a more generic image of the goddess no one specific) I enjoyed drawing it pretty happy with how it turned out.. I hope you enjoy it.
An artist I like did a Tiger esc sort of creature in this color scheme and I really liked it plus I really like big cats so I thought I would try my hand at making my own tiger face and this is what I came up with. I hope you enjoy.
I have always like the yin and yang, symbolism. To be fair I have never really studied all of it’s Nuances or the history of it’s creation. I only know what made it to american culture which was opposing forces in balance. I added the symbol of eternity in the form of a dragon coiled in a figure 8 so that it might be perceived as eternal balance.
Hope you enjoy
So originally this was supposed to be a very tribal looking wolf head. Since I have done it, I have had people tell me it was a lot of different things. A dragon, a person (more recent and most peculiar to me thus far) some see the wolf I had intended.
I think it's cool when people tell me what they saw when they looked at it so please feel free to let me know what you see. I will look forward to it.
I had entered a contest in which if chosen the design would have been used for a medallion that was given to those pagans who serve in the military. While the design was well received, it was (so I was told) to detailed to be used. Which is fine.. I was concerned that, that might be a problem when I did it but I really liked how it turned out so I was not willing to compromise it. Anyway it's loss there allows me to put it up here. Hope you enjoy