Jordan Greywolf's Art Gallery - Miscellaneous
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Here are pictures from my "General Gallery" - pieces that don't necessarily fit into any of the other categories.


Northern Lights Howling Wolves for Ruth Northern Lights Howling Wolves for Ruth
By request for my cousin Ruth, here are two wolves howling in front of the Northern Lights. Awroooooo! (14 Sep 2011.)

Pink Flower Fairy for Haylee Pink Flower Fairy for Haylee
By request for my niece Haylee, here's a fairy sitting on a pink flower. (24 Aug 2011.)

Red Baron Dragon for Tori Red Baron Dragon for Tori
By request for my niece Tori, here's a ... hmm. Well, it's sort of a dragon that's been crossed with the Red Baron (and the Red Baron's Fokker DR-I tri-plane) ... somehow, drawn in a rough attempt at "MLP animation" style. (29 Jul 2011.)

War of the Dead: Survivor Heroes War of the Dead: Survivor Heroes
A portrait of the player-characters from my zombie-themed "War of the Dead" Savage Worlds campaign, as a Christmas gift to my gaming group - as they appeared at the start of the campaign on board the cruise ship Pinnacle, BEFORE things started turning sour. From viewer's left to right, we have Dominic Gaston Gerrard (a gambler and con-man on board the ship to try to bilk naive tourists), Father O'Shaughnessy (a Catholic priest on board the ship to perform a marriage ceremony for a young couple), Todd "T-Man" Burton (a parkour runner and "Sports XTREME!" reality show contestant who has a habit of getting his shirt torn up all the time), Scarlett Rose (lounge singer and aspiring actress), and Brökken Glaz (aging former '80s glam-rock hair-metal star, performing on the ship in a desperate attempt to revive his flagging career). Merry Christmas! (25 Dec 2010.)

Peacock Phoenix for Alexandria Peacock Phoenix for Alexandria
A color sketch of a "peacock phoenix" for my cousin Alexandria. Back at our family reunion in July, I did face-painting for several of my younger relatives (although "face-painting" was just as often "arm-painting"), and one design I did was a "peacock phoenix" for Alexandria. I promised I'd do a more permanent version electronically, but it took quite a while for me to get around to it. Sorry! (9 Oct 2010)

Centaur Knight Ruth Centaur Knight Ruth
This is a portrait of my cousin Ruth drawn (as per her request) as a centaur knight in shiny golden armor, with a sword. (29 Sep 2010)

Mechwarrior Luke of House Buren / Thor Battlemech Mechwarrior Luke of House Buren / Thor Battlemech
I started this portrait back in July, but only finished it up now. It's a portrait of my cousin Luke as a 'mech pilot, with his favorite battlemech (the Thor) in the background. BattleTech, Mechwarrior, and Battlemech are trademarks of Topps Corporation, and their usage here in a fan work does not constitute a challenge to trademark status. (29 Sep 2010)

Katie the Volleyball Chihuahua Katie the Volleyball Chihuahua
My cousin Katie wanted to be drawn as a chihuahua. She also happens to like sports, particularly volleyball, so I decided to draw her as a chihuahua playing volleyball. (7 Jul 2010)

Mark the Highwayman Mark the Highwayman
Here's a portrait of my cousin Mark as an 18th-century highwayman stepping out of the shadows on a lonely, fog-shrouded winter forest, confronting a lone traveler in the dim lantern light. (7 Jul 2010)

Captain Charity Dawn, Scourge of the High Seas Captain Charity Dawn, Scourge of the High Seas
My cousin Charity requested that I draw her as Captain Jack Sparrow. (Disclaimer: The character and likeness of Captain Jack Sparrow is a property of Disney. No infringement against or challenge to trademark or copyright status is intended.) (6 Jul 2010)

Charlie's Blimp at Busch Stadium Charlie's Blimp at Busch Stadium
Here's a picture I drew, to the specifications of my cousin Charlie (age 6). He wanted a picture of Busch Stadium (and that's the St. Louis arch in the background), and with a blimp overhead, green with black stripes, displaying "Way to Go, Cardinals!" as a message, and with his own company logo: CHARLIECO. So, Charlie, here you go! (6 Jul 2010)

Ruth's Pinkish Dark Pegasus of Doom with Rainbow and Explosions Ruth's Pinkish Dark Pegasus (of Doom) with Rainbow and Explosions
This is a picture I drew for my very special cousin Ruth, who has an interesting imagination. It started as a pink horsey running on a rainbow, and somehow it just kind of mutated from there as she (and some of my other cousins and my niece) contributed more ideas. Now, she's a dark pegasus with red warpaint, glowing red eyes, wings (of course), with sparkles coming from her hooves, while running across a warped rainbow, through explosions (which she probably started somehow). Whee! (My idea was to name the pegasus "Ruthless" after that, but I don't think she approves, so it's not official.) Thanks, Ruth! =) (6 Jul 2010)

Happy Birthday, Grandma! - Roadrunner Card Design Happy Birthday, Grandma! (Roadrunner Card Design)
As mentioned previously, my grandmother likes roadrunners. I wanted to come up with a birthday card design for her, so I put a bunch of roadrunners in it. I also made a German chocolate cake ... and only afterwards found out that while she may appreciate the thought, she can't eat chocolate. (Oops. ;) ) Well, at least it's only an imaginary chocolate cake! (4 Jul 2010)

Portrait of Daniel and Matthew in Spartan Armor, from Halo Portrait of Daniel and Matthew in Spartan Armor, from Halo
This idea originally came about two years ago: my cousins Daniel and Matthew wanted me to draw them in Spartan armor (as in from the video game Halo), with certain very specific weapons, in a bubble shield, with a Banshee visible in the background, explosions, and standing atop a pile of dead aliens. I actually had all of that done back in 2008, but I needed visual references of those dead aliens to work with (and, sad to say, I don't have the game). Daniel did some "research" for me this year, playing the game, dutifully zapping aliens, and then taking screenshots of the result and sending them to me. I was then able to go through this library of dead alien snapshots to get a few references for the resulting "dead alien pile." Tada! Portrait completed. (Note: This is fan art, and is not meant to present any sort of challenge to trademark or copyright status. Halo and all related images, logos, and characters are properties of Bungie and Microsoft.) (1 Jul 2010)

Roadrunner Engineer Design Roadrunner Engineer Design
My grandmother likes roadrunners. My grandfather really likes old-style railroad engines. I drew this as an attempt to come up with something for both of them. ;) (10 Jan 2010)

Daring Tales of Chivalry: Winter Sprite Swarm Daring Tales of Chivalry: Winter Sprite Swarm
These sprites are a bit less friendly than the snowball-throwing fairies I drew earlier (below). Rather, they're for a "winter sprite swarm" - an encounter in the Daring Tales of Chivalry adventure, "The Dansbury Curse," from Triple Ace Games. (2 Jun 2009)

Christmas 2008: Fairy Snowball Fight Christmas 2008: Fairy Snowball Fight
Merry Christmas! This is a doodle I drew as a season's greetings picture for my nieces, Tori and Haylee. (23 Dec 2008)

Black Cat in Training Black Cat in Training
Okay, so this is kind of a "Halloween in July" picture, I guess. This is a silly sketch I did during one of our "art jam" gatherings. (26 Jul 2007)

St. Valentine's Day Blue Rose and Butterfly St. Valentine's Day Blue Rose and Butterfly
Happy St. Valentine's Day! (14 Feb 2008)

St. Valentine's Day Rose St. Valentine's Day Rose
I drew this at our weekly "art jam." (This was used as the base for the "blue rose" in the "Rose and Butterfly" picture above. (14 Feb 2008)

Butterfly Butterfly
I also drew this at our weekly "art jam," as a design for someone who wanted a butterfly tattoo. It's not a particular species of butterfly; rather, I borrowed features of a few different butterfly types for the antennae, body and wings. (The complete image - with the rose - is further up.) (14 Feb 2008)

Happy Halloween from Greywolf! (Evil Pumpkin) Happy Halloween from Greywolf! (Evil Pumpkin)
Yeah, I know it's a bit early for Happy Halloween wishes, but better early than late, right? Anyway, here's a wicked-looking pumpkin that I drew. Originally, it was inspired by a Halloween-themed adventure for an Alice-in-Wonderland-themed game setting for Savage Worlds. (And the author used some of the pictures I drew for his adventure. He has some others as well.) (25 Oct 2007)

Sky Privateer Captain Sky Privateer Captain
The captain of a privateer airship scans for pirates, while an allied ship keeps pace in the background ... and a dragon-bird takes a perch and hopes for some treats. (22 Aug 2007)

Futuristic Fairy Ornithopter Futuristic Fairy Ornithopter
In some futuristic wonderland, a fairy on an ornithopter pauses at a hovering signpost, considering where to go next. (6 Jul 2007)

Leprechaun Leprechaun
A sketch of a leprechaun I drew for a name badge for a co-worker (who happens to like leprechauns). (22 May 2007)

Fairy Dragon Artist Fairy Dragon Artist
A fairy who happens to be a dragon artist ... or an artist who paints fairy dragons, depending on which way you read it. (Either way is fine!) I drew this as a picture for my little niece, Tori. (25 Apr 2007)

Garden Fairy Garden Fairy
A little fairy with a costume woven from flower petals and stems, drawn for my little niece, Tori. (15 Apr 2007)

Barbarian Champion and Family Barbarian Champion and Family
A barbarian champion that I sketched at the Thursday Night Panera Bread Art Jam ... and then his kids, and then the family pet (a "monster rat"). After all, even barbarian overlords have families! (11 Jan 2007)

Mandy the Little Witch Mandy the Little Witch
Mandy, a character from a short story I've been writing (with no particular audience in mind - just for the sake of doing so), dressed up for Halloween. (11 Jan 2007)

Kildare and Chang Juan Kildare and Chang Juan
More fan art of characters from "Silver Scales" (a story by May Wasserman) - this time of Kildare with "Chang Juan", a spirit focus who has the form (and personality) of a shamelessly spoiled cat. (1 Jan 2007)

Silver Scales (Kildare and Madden) Silver Scales (Kildare and Madden)
A bit of "fan art" inspired by a story ("Silver Scales") by May Wasserman. Here is my artistic interpretation of the grey-skinned thaumaturge, Sir Kildare, and his rabbit companion (not a familiar!) Madden, plus a dragon with a parasol. (Note: This scene does not occur anywhere in the story, just to make that much clear!) I drew this as a sort of "Christmas present" for May - a very talented writer. (24 Dec 2006)

Scott Rides an Arborean Phoenix Scott Rides an Arborean Phoenix
An illustration from an unfinished short story project, "The Hero of Arborea." (7 Sep 2006)

Alexandria Riding a Horse in the Mountains Alexandria Riding a Horse in the Mountains
A sketch drawn for my cousin Alexandria (as per her instructions), showing her riding a horse, with mountains in the distance. (11 Jul 2006)

Tori and Charity as Fairy Princess Mermaids on Seahorses Tori and Charity as Fairy Princess Mermaids on Seahorses
A sketch drawn for my niece Tori and cousin Charity, as "fairy princess mermaids" riding seahorses above an underwater magical fairy-mermaid kingdom, drawn as per their specifications. (11 Jul 2006)

Thumbnail: Necronomicon World of Warcraft PCs #1 Necronomicon World of Warcraft PCs #1
Sketches of the PCs written up for my World of Warcraft adventure session run at Necronomicon 2005 - a Night Elf Druid, Gnome Mage, Troll Warrior, Orc Barbarian, and Dwarf Scout. (20 Oct 2005)

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Sketches of the PCs written up for my World of Warcraft adventure session run at Necronomicon 2005 - a Centaur, a Harpy Rogue, a Human Paladin, and a Night Elf Warrioress. (20 Oct 2005)

Thumbnail: Kathmandu the Cat-Man Kathmandu the Cat-Man
Kathmandu (one of the Superior City campaign superheroes) after yet another mind-bending experience with reality warping powers - this time ending up stuck in a hybrid of his various alternate forms. Kathmandu (c) John Boulton. (7 Sep 2005)

Thumbnail: Rose the Little Goth Girl with a Gun Rose the Little Goth Girl with a Gun
Just a doodle to "commemorate" an odd moment when Rose the Little Goth Girl pulled out a very large gun to blast one of the robots menacing our heroes in the Superior City Campaign (by means of a very favorable draw on the "Trinkets" Huckster spell in Deadlands rules). Rose the Little Goth Girl (c) Wendy Peacock. (11 Aug 2005)

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Rose dressed up in her "Halloween costume" (various costume items scavenged from the post-Halloween Superior City ruins during the heroes' escape from "decontamination" robots). Rose the Little Goth Girl (c) Wendy Peacock. (11 Aug 2005)

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An experiment in drawing directly on a pen tablet, rather than my usual method of starting with a pencil sketch, inking it (optional), and scanning it - then coloring it on the computer. This is a portrait of "Voltage", the creation of Liana Lavoie - and a PC in my Superior City campaign. (3 Jun 2005)

Thumbnail: Kenaniah and Miramelle, Fishing at Westfall Kenaniah and Miramelle, Fishing at Westfall
A recent new interest of mine is "World of Warcraft", one of those massive multiplayer online games. (Property of Blizzard Entertainment.) Here's a portrait of my primary character on Azjol-Nerub, Kenaniah the dwarf priest, fishing - accompanied by one of Wendy's characters, Miramelle the night elf druid. Though I didn't use a visual reference for accuracy, the backdrop is inspired by a stretch of coast on the north side of Westfall, where giant crabs ("sand crawlers") are plentiful, flanked by hostile murlocs, and with a bunch of happy homicidal gnolls on the bluff nearby. (1 Jun 2005)

Thumbnail: Scars the Barbarian Scars the Barbarian
It used to be something of a cliche of mine, when describing a certain level of player difficulty in an RPG campaign - "You won't get killed, as long as you don't do something silly like leaping into a lava pit." Well, in my Superior City campaign, someone actually did leap into a lava pit and survived ... but then, it was Scars, a nigh-impervious, regenerating character who fears hardly anything. However, his clothes are another matter entirely, and after going for a brief wade through some lava to get to one of the bad guys, Scars had to make creative use of his shirt to maintain propriety. (Oops.) The magical axe and boots managed to survive the ordeal - as did his "trademark" shades. To commemorate the unlikely event, I did this drawing at a recent "Wednesday Night Panera Bread Art Jam". (2 May 2005)

Thumbnail: Raven Warrior Poe Raven Warrior Poe
"Poe", a magical raven familiar from "DungeonWorld", in one of his more serious-seeming moments, adopting the form of a humanish-looking warrior. (A sketch from the Wednesday Night Panera Bread Art Jam.) (2 May 2005)

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"Voltage", a heroine from the Superior City campaign, created by Liana Lavoie. Voltage is a heroine with powers over "static electricity", and she has a penchant for cobbling together all sorts of interesting (and very dangerous) inventions from materials on hand. During her trip into DungeonWorld, she made herself a pair of "clockwork wings". (A sketch from the Wednesday Night Panera Bread Art Jam.) (2 May 2005)

Thumbnail: Elf Bard Elf Bard
An elven bard from the city of Silverbirch - fought over by Voltage and Ferrari (superheroines from the Superior City campaign) during their journey to "DungeonWorld". (2 May 2005)

Thumbnail: My Little Nightmare Flaming Death Pony My Little Nightmare Flaming Death Pony
Another "art jam" sketch that I scanned and colorized, this time of a cutesy little nightmare of flaming death. (17 Feb 2005)

Thumbnail: Paenitia Nouveau Paenitia Nouveau
An Art Nouveau-esque take on Paenitia, John Boulton's Tiefling Cleric D&D character from our Heroes of Sturmsbane Campaign, as she might appear in the sideline "dream quests" we've been running. (Her normal appearance in the campaign is a little more martial than this.) (5 Apr 2003)

Thumbnail: Guardsman Guardsman
A design for a guardsman's uniform from my still-in-the-planning-stage "Legends of Aeonia" comic project. (18 Feb 2003)

Thumbnail: Gwendolyn Gwendolyn
Another "Legends of Aeonia" character design: a housewife. (18 Feb 2003)

Thumbnail: Magus Magus
Another "Legends of Aeonia" character design: an aged sorcerer. (18 Feb 2003)

Thumbnail: Barbarian Barbarian
Another "Legends of Aeonia" character design: a barbarian hero with uncharacteristically perfect teeth. (18 Feb 2003)

Thumbnail: Paenitia Paenitia
A black and white portrait of "Sister Paenitia," John Boulton's "plane-touched" cleric character for Mach's AD&D campaign. (This was drawn for a paper "placeholder", to show the character, character's name/profession, and player's name, to help in quick identification for a bunch of not-quite-acquainted-yet players.) (7 Sep 2002)

Thumbnail: Sir Ent Sir Ent
A black and white portrait of "Sir Ent," Wendy's Half-Elf paladin character for Mach's AD&D campaign, drawn for a custom name-plate / placeholder. (29 Aug 2002)

Thumbnail: Angel Animation (Color) Angel Animation (Color)
Colored version of a flying angel animation for a commission; the commission was terminated by the buyer, so no further clean-up work was done. (1 Jan 2001)

Thumbnail: Angel Animation (Rough) Angel Animation (Rough)
This is a rough test of an animation of a flying angel, done in pencil and turned into an animated GIF. (31 Dec 2000)

Thumbnail: Serena Chow Card Serena Chow Card
Serena Chow, a character created by Chris "Robotech Master" Meadows, done up as a combat card. (I'm not familiar with the card game, but it was some sort of fighter game, and he wanted his own custom fighter character, using the same statistics as an existing character.) Pen brush on sketchpad, colored in Painter Classic, then stuck into a modified card scan with Macromedia XRes. (19 Aug 2000)

Thumbnail: Westward on the Orient Express Poster (Color) Westward on the Orient Express Poster (Color)
A poster designed for the "Westward on the Orient Express" con scenario for Necronomicon 2000. Brush-pen on paper, colored in "watercolor" in Painter Classic. Here, I was trying for an Art Nouveau look (specifically, something suggestive of a design by Alfonse Mucha) to fit with the time period (1914) when this scenario was to take place. (19 Aug 2000)

Thumbnail: Westward on the Orient Express Poster Westward on the Orient Express Poster
A poster (black and white) designed for the "Westward on the Orient Express" con scenario for Necronomicon 2000. Brush-pen on paper. (19 Aug 2000)


Thumbnail: Delta Turkey Target Delta Turkey Target
While digging through things about the house, I came across some old photocopies of work that I did for Delta Industries back in 1994. I worked there as a design department assistant for about 6-7 months, while I was still in college, doing sculpting, mold-making, lettering and illustration. Delta made foam 3D archery and shooting range targets. Here's a box illustration I did of a big foam turkey target that they produced. Yes, those are all little dots I used for the shading. (1994)

Thumbnail: Delta Decoy Delta Decoy
Not only did Delta make targets, but they made foam rubber decoys, as shown in another box illustration that I did. (And, yes, those are still lots of little dots for the shading.) (1994)

Thumbnail: Delta Decoy Action Delta Decoy Action
And here's an even more exciting picture of a turkey decoy. Why, it's moving! (See, you could pull on the string and make it dip down like it was getting water, or whatever. Fool those turkeys!) Here, I varied my shading style to get a "multiple exposure" effect to suggest the movement. (And, yes, it took me a while to do all those dots. I used a crowquill pen and India ink in an inkwell.) (1994)

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Now, this is actually something I helped build myself, before illustrating it for the box details. Basically, this was a harder foam insert that would go inside the main body of a 3D foam deer target -- which, if you could aim worth anything, is presumably the area that you're going to be ripping up the most with your arrows or gunshots. So, the big thing here was to have pieces that could be pulled out and removed with little trouble, so that your big expensive archery target could see more use without having to replace the whole thing. (The Copperpot lettering on the piece itself was accomplished by leaving a trough in the resin-coated master, pouring melted wax into it, then carving out the letters with tools, using a template that was printed off from a laser printer and stenciled over the surface. Once that was all satisfactory, the whole thing was stuck into a mold, a new "master" was made with industrial resin, and final cleaning up was done by sanding the surface, etc. I know that's probably more information than anyone needs, but there you have it. ;) ) (1994)

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When I have visual reference, I can actually draw something that resembles a human being. This was done as an exercise for art class; back then, I had a full length mirror on the back side of my closet door in my basement room, and I took full advantage of it to do this self-portrait. (This was from back before I got a desk job and got fat.) Charcoal pencil on newsprint. (1994)

Thumbnail: 1994 Face Study 1994 Face Study
In our Drawing class, we most often had a nude model to draw from, but one day we did something different: each of us took turns sitting in the middle (fully clothed, thank goodness!) and serving as a model for the other students. For one of the models, I tried to do more than a mere sketch. For this piece, I had previously laid down some blotches of ink on paper and let it dry, then picked it up for the sketch, using white chalk to draw lines and highlights. I took some artistic liberties with the lines for dramatic effect. (There was no wind blowing through the studio at the time, but as this was a summer session 4-hour class, I sure wished there was at the time.) (19 Apr 1994)

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