Tuesday, June 10, 2008 

Deviant art.

Hi to anyone surfing this site looking for me or just checking out the work i can now be found on Deviantart.
I find it's an easier way to post art.

Tuesday, April 10, 2007 

Paradise Toronto Comicon

So I will be having a table at the Paradise Comics Toronto Comicon again this year and I was wondering what YOU want to see from me.
My aim is to get my name out there and hopefully make back the costs of the con.

I'm working on a couple of cheesecake drawings of super heroines and whatnot.
But I want to know what people want to see, what you would you plunk down a few hard earned dollars for.
Sexy Wonder Woman? fine art portrait of Superman?
I have a lot of ideas, but not that much time left. I was thinking of having a few inexpensive prints and maybe one of those Sketchbooks for sale.
Please let me know what the people on the street want.

Wednesday, January 31, 2007 

Wonder Woman Portrait.

Wonder Woman.
Charcoal and Pastel pencils on red paper.
This is another quickish coffee shop drawing.

Friday, December 22, 2006 

Maiden of the Spear

here's a drawing i did a while ago.
She was drawn with charcoal pencil and white conte.
It was recently included in a Get Well project for the Author, Robert Jordan.
Robert has a disease called Amyloidosis, which is a very rare blood disease.
I'm a huge fan of his work, I even named my studio after his writing so having this attached to the project is an honor.
the good news is that he is recovering well after treatments.
I have prints of the drawing if anyone is interested.
Here is the link for the Get Well Project.
it will open to the intro just click on "Danielle's mini site" which is top right,

Wednesday, October 18, 2006 

Buffy Part 2.

Here's a little drawing I did of Buffy.
Charcoal, graphite and pastel on paper.
I have signed and numbered prints available, just let me know if you are interested.


The Forsaken

This is a drawing I did a few years ago and having a scanner now I can somewhat piece it together in photoshop for display purposes.
The original is 20"x30" Charcoal and Conte on paper.
The title is The Forsaken. I was reading a lot of Robert Jordan at the time.
Can't you tell?
this is the kind of portraiture i was doing at the end of artschool, it's time consuming and hard as hell on the hands. I drew thousands of little lines to create the tones. I did not smudge or blend with my fingers.

Tuesday, October 03, 2006 


And so it begins, I have gotten a scanner and can now scan and post.
here's a drawing I did at a coffee shop, he took about 1-2 hours.
Charcoal on toned paper.

Tuesday, August 29, 2006 

fingers are stumps.

I have been drawing so much lately that my hand is killing me.
It's all for a project that I hope gets off the ground.
no I won't say what, but wish me luck.
Your lord and master,