Thursday, July 28, 2016

Jasiri Wolf

North American Guard: Jasiri
Medium: digital painting
Here is Jasiri from The Lion Guard as a wolf for my idea of what if the Lion Guard was in North America. Is it just me or does she look like she could be from that movie Alpha and Omega?

North American Guard
Janja, Cheezi, and Chungu
Makucha




Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Makucha Cougar

North American Guard: Makucha
Medium: digital painting
"So cougars say 'hello' with their teeth! So what?"

North American Guard
Janja, Cheezi, and Chungu

Makucha the leopard seems to have become a fan favorite, so I decided to add him into my North American Guard drawings. Here he is as a cougar/mountain lion!


Friday, July 15, 2016

North American Wildlife: Janja, Cheezi, Chungu

North American Guard (Lion Guard): Janja, Cheezi, and Chungu
Medium: digital painting
North America Guard: http://kristengracehall.blogspot.com/2016/06/north-american-wildlife.html

Here is Janja and his clan of hyenas as wolves! I know hyenas are not canines, but I figured wolves have a similar reputation in North America, and they're pack hunters, a bit similar to hyenas. Don't get me wrong: I love both wolves and hyenas!


Monday, July 11, 2016

Welsh Dragon

Great Red Dragon
Medium: digital painting
Native to Wales, Great Red Dragons are your classic, scaly, fire-breathing beasts. They always come in shades of red, from fire engine red to deep brick red. They are very large. Their dense scales and the heavy plating on their necks, underbellies, and legs give them incredible protection. They are very capable fliers.

Great Red Dragons are voracious eaters and prey mostly on large animals such as cattle, but have been known to prey on humans occasionally. They seem to enjoy playing with their food, similar to cats, so every now and then a person goes missing, usually a young woman, and it's assumed the local dragon has kidnapped her to "play with." Great Red Dragons also enjoy collecting shiny objects. They live in mountain caves and like to decorate their caves with all of their shiny trophies.

Great Red Dragons mate only once every hundred years or so, laying between one to three eggs.

Thursday, July 7, 2016

Summer Card Project

Summer Girl
Medium: digital painting

Summer Girl - with text

Here's my card for the #SummerCardProject on Deviantart! I love doing the card projects, and I think the summer cards are a great idea. :la: Read more about the project here: http://madizzlee.deviantart.com/journal/Summer-Card-Project-617277123


Saturday, July 2, 2016

Wisp Dragon

Wisp Dragon
Medium: digital painting
Wisp Dragons are tiny dragons native to Asia. They appear in art from China, Japan, and Korea, among others. They come in a variety of colors, but most are shades of white and silver, and all have long antennae with glowing tips. They are named for the misty aura which surrounds them. Many have speculated that his aura is what allows Wisp Dragons to fly, even though they have no wings.


Little Burro Painting

Little Burro
Medium: digital painting

A new coat submission for www.howrse.com/site/logIn! Visit my Howrse page here: www.howrse.com/joueur/fiche/?i…. So "burro" means "donkey" in Spanish, and the way to endear something as cute and little in Spanish is to add "ito" or "ita," so should I call this coat "Burrito"?

Equus asinus, or commonly called "burros," are small donkeys that roam wild in the desert regions of the Western United States. They were first introduced to the Southwest in the 1500s, most likely by gold-hunters. They are extremely hardy and can survive extremely dry, hot conditions. Sadly, the White Mountain burros were the last genetically sustainable herd of burros in North America, and the Bureau of Land Management decimated the herd. Burros will most likely be extinct in the wild before the end of the century. More fun facts here: www.desertusa.com/animals/wild…

Last of Summer

Summer Waves Dolphin Medium: digital painting