My Artwork

Welcome! Here you will find samples of illustrations I've done for Bugs and Bunnies. I mostly work in colored pencil and fine line marker, as well as some cut-and-paste work, a bit of computer design work (using The Print Shop, Photo Booth, Paintbrush, SketchBookPro and Corel Painter Essentials 4), and mixed media.


And, you probably already know this, but I still gotta say it: Please note that all work is copyrighted and protected. You can contact me at bugsandbunnies (at) verizon (dot) net with any comments or questions.


From Umbrella Day is February 10th

 


From National Read in the Bathtub Day is February 9th

 


From First Foray into Vector Drawing





From August 19th is "Black Cow" Root Beer Float Day 




From Of Pigs and Peanut Butter, Smiles and Books (But Not Necessarily All Four Together)
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From Ensuring the "Dearly" in Your Own Dearly Departed-ness


From Prepare Yourselves, Because April 24th is Pigs in a Blanket Day! And That Can Only Mean One Thing...





From Johnny Appleseed Day Will Be Here Soon...Or Not So Soon:



From First Foray into Digidrawing:





From Contact Me page:



From Of Parts and Purpose





From More Book Meddling...Sort Of





From Celebratory Multitasking at Its Finest (Or at Least, at Its Funnest):






From Book Reviews page:






From Wonderful Weirdos of Literature Series posts:





From Short Cuts, Or: Now You Don't Hafta Slog Through the Whole Darn Thing Just to Find the One Thing You Really Need post:






From Fair Warning, All Ye Who Enter Here post:














From Pluto is a Planet Day (and the IAU Be Darned) post:





From All Hail the Mighty Thumb! post:




From It's Here! It's Finally Here! Come Celebrate With Me, Won't You? post:








From It's Draw a Picture of a Bird Day... post:





Bugs and Bunnies blog header, and close up detail drawings: