My Art




Where noted, wallpaper images are from official/production/promotional artwork and are ©1998-2005 Bandai/Sunrise/Bones.

There is a girl in Tharsis City who calls herself the human trampoline.

There is a girl in Tharsis City who calls herself the human trampoline
1600x1200 - 1024x768 - 800x600
Character images from a 1999 Newtype article scan and from the cover of R2 DVD volume 7; photographs are from Mayang, Image*After, and APOD. Font is Century Schoolbook bold.
This song has always struck me as being about a search for redemption, rather than literally going to Graceland. Taken that way, the lyrics could apply to the Bebop characters - and in fact, I attempted last year to write a short fic based on elements from the album... and got so caught up in worldbuilding, language research, and the workings of a fictional town that I lost interest in writing about the Bebop characters. Durr.

Smoker's Club - Spike

Smoker's Club - Faye

Smoker's Club - Jet

Smoker's Club - Sorry, 1024x768 only for right now. Click thumbnail to download.
All three images hand painted in Photoshop 7. Font is Chankarmy Garamond.

The Open Road

I was countin' through the night ride   1024x768 - 800x600
Pheww. About time I used original artwork in a wallpaper. This is the gift art I did for Agent Orange, based on the story "The Cowboy's Unofficial Guide to the Open Road". Fonts are Collateral Damage, Ice Age, UnkleTom, and (of course) Blue Highway. Sketched in Painter 5, colored in Photoshop 6.
Lyrics are CSN's "Southern Cross" (Hush, you) and Indigo Girls' "Chickenman" (I said HUSH!). I actually quoted "Chickenman" on a previous image that resembled this one, and in Ice Age, too. Vwee.

Fear And Loathing

There was a terrible roar all around us 1024x768  - 800x600
Done in Painter 5 off and on over the course of a few days. Mostly white, with BATS on the left, and Spike & Jet on the right. I promise that this is the last of the "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" parodies. Promise. Really. Font is Ice Age.
I had a lot of fun with Painter's spatter watercolor brush on this one. I'm totally in love with Ralph Steadman's art... once bought a 6-pack of Flying Dog and a bottle of Shiraz just because he drew the labels. Fortunately both were delicious as well. Anyway.


All the lonely people 1024x768 - 800x600
Because the world really needs another "Nighthawks" parody. -_-;;
Apologies to Edward Hopper. Done in Painter 5.