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Animals Gallery - The Art of Dark Natasha

Animals and anthropomorphic furries in acrylic, marker, and colored pencil. Originals and prints of amusing and beautiful creatures.

This little vampire bat was inspired by my first bat illustration called "Bat in Glass" I really enjoy doing super detailed fur and coming up with an expression you can find priceless. Theses African were created for an Card deck "Totem Deck" filled with a variety of artists and animals. Portrait of a raccoon A wolf with his raven companions. Red fox jumps off down a ledge and hopes the end is not too far below.
Collaboration I did with Michele Light with good and evil foxes. If you think about the artists names the idea fits perfectly. Michele sketched her fox and I did mine. I had painted in my traditional style of acrylic based inks, marker and colored pencil. This piece was done for the Wish You Were Here 2006 Calendar. My Month was June and I had the Australian Shepard tending his flock. I was thrilled when I received the collie and the Doberman for the "Kennel Club Deck" I knew exactly what I wanted to do with each. The Doberman would of course have the leather and be an authority figure. This is the second dog that I did for the "Kennel Club". All that lovely flowing fur was just calling out for lace. Perfect opposite for my Doberman in the thoughts of Leather and Lace A cover I did for a book produced by United Publications called Tales From the Fur Side Chibi snow leopard.
A red fox purchase on some mossy rock taking a look around at what is going on in the forest. Black wolf on a cold winter evening just outside the forest boundary. Part of the pack that includes Shadow the black wolf. Two foxes spend a little romantic time together in their forest retreat. A piece I did for a card deck called "Totem Deck" filled with a variety of artists and animals. A small fennec ranger tracks down his next meal.