Amazing, just amazing. The fantasy room itself is full of so many wonderful things and design that it alone is worth commenting on. The furniture and architecture from ancient civilizations. The herbs hanging on the walls with the lute and tables. The cenaurs preperations and the dog's attention creates a low-key sense of excitement to the pic! Very nice painting!
Thankyou, David! If you send me your email addy,(www. chrysilisdreamer @ yahoo.com <just leave out the spaces) I'll send you a paypal invoice for the print. I have "Anniversary Adornment" set up for limited edition, signed and numbered 16x20 prints on canvas. They take a couple weeks to send as I have them printed on demand as they are ordered and then I sign/number them and pack for shipping. I will say that the printer did a fabulous job on these prints! They are the same size as the original and side by side, you can not tell the print from the original...until you get close enough to see the paint texture on the original, that is! Hope to hear from you! Thanks for asking!
sure! I post some silly pics of him in the Fat ass club that I made in his honor for kicks. So check between there and here. People put fanart of him there too from time to time. I'll def try and keep you updated though Someone needs to make you an avetar too hahahha, blank face is no good!
This is one of the most interesting/best done centaur arts I've ever seen. And I'm EXTREMELY picky about my Taurs. Many artists seem to fudge the horse half. (I blame the Narnia movies, and Donna Barr's "Stinz" for my love of centaurs.) I love civilized Taurians. This is brilliant. I notice the hair-coat of the filly is a bit furry, compared to the mares. Any reason why? It's like she's just had a bath.
I thought that might be so. Fluffy little fillies... Once again, wonderful job! I even love the ankle ornaments on the main lady's pasterns. Ankle bracelets, I guess you can call them. I love the hell out of this, in every way. Thanks for sharing it with us! (I suggested it as a Fave in TheTaurClub, if that's okay. )
LOL! I've done those too! I do more family-type setting though. There are already so many warriors that I like to try to be a bit differant. Besides, all those warrior have to settle down sometime, right? (unless they don't survive that long!) Thanks for the nice comments!