The engineer skunk goes anime again! Benni Hana was kind enough to draw this pic for me. Even the gradient-colored background looks a little like railroad tracks ;) Thanks again, friend!
1/4/2004: On a spur of the moment, Benni drew this picture of me showing off a new accessory to my wardrobe ;)
G. Raymond Eddy (Angel Bear)
This carefully colored picture was G. Raymond Eddy's take on what I might be doing in the afterlife. I particularly like the creative use of my halo =0)
Since Angel Bear did such a great job on the first pic, I commissioned him to do another for me. Thank you for your time and fine work!
This is an animated GIF that I commissioned from AngelBear in 2008. Smoke puffs are present, so click HERE to see them in greater detail! As of February 2008, he is selling commissioned animated GIFs. See his website at http://home.insight.rr.com/angelbearoh/ for more details!
It's always more fun to take a train trip with a friend! C Eagle helps me out by acting as a "firebird" for Highball Sally. I like the smiles and the firebox's glow =0) Thanks, Avian Amigo!
4/2/2003: A very good friend of mine was kind enough to draw this for me, but did not wish to be identified. I still think it deserves to be in the gallery, so here it is. Fine job! =0)
4/6/2003: This picture was rendered entirely on computer and e-mailed to me by someone who happened across my website. Glad to have you aboard, Jonatan!
5/19/2003: Jonatan's rendition of my locomotive, Highball Sally. Excellent work!
11/21/2003: Jon and I pose for the camera in a cloud of steam next to my locomotive one morning before work. Fine work once again, friend!
4/19/2003: Workin' on the railroad! Jon shovels coal into the firebox while I drive. Thanks for a fine pic, Jon!
10/17/2006: Jonatan was kind enough to build for me a virtual model of Highball Sally (my 4-8-4 locomotive) for use in Microsoft Train Simulator. It's a terrific gift, my friend. Thank You! ED=0) You can download this and other models at http://jonatan.maxxflow.com.
9/10/2006: Some time ago, Harleyetta sent me this holiday picture of me. It's a great interpretation of how my face looks head-on. Thanks, Harleyetta! I'm sorry this wasn't posted to the site sooner.
9/10/2006: Earlier this summer, Burlington sent me this slick, shiny, 3D rendering of my skunky self. Thanks for the great work, pal! I wish I could render in 3D, too ;)
12/8/2006: Berios likes to draw furs with big, muscular chests. One day, he decided to draw my character in such a style. Thanks, friend! Click HERE to hear how I sound when I'm this big ;)
12/8/2006: While talking to Trigger on MSN Messenger, he drew this up for me. Thanks a lot, friend! Maybe sometime I'll commission something from ya =0)
During a chat session online, Martin drew this picture for me. Thank You, Friend!
Angel "Sketch" Blanco
One of my friends blogged that Sketch Dalmatian was selling sketches to fund a trip to Anthrocon. I was happy to lend a paw. Great work on the perspective and smoke!
My great friend Haystack drew this for me. I love the swirly nature of the smoke and the shape of the cap!
Even better is Haystack's pic of Artemis and me, enjoying a picnic. Thanks for the great gift, friend!
This was a sketch that I commissioned from Haystack in 2008. We decided to experiment with a more "well-stoked" version of my skunky form =0)
Here is a colored version of the above sketch, complete with tailsmoke and a bin of choco-coal. All Aboard!