I airbrushed this griffin in a Bengal cat pattern on his cat part and a kind-of fantasy chicken pattern on his bird part . He has orange glass eyes. This is a gypsum reproduction of my original sculpture , produced by Windstone Editions.
When I saw that one of your dragons had a DD, I was like, "hey! I know that artist! She made my griffin!"
And lo and behold, you are here.
I remember when I was a little kid, whenever we went to the mall on my dad's visitation (wednesday nights) I would walk into a particular gift shop and stare at the griffin amongst the other sculptures. I thought it was the coolest thing ever. I adored that statue. So in 8th grade, for graduation, my dad bought me this griffin statue (but in black and purple). That was 9-10 years ago. I still have it, and I still love it. Its eyes are so fierce and it sits so proudly. Thank you for making this. I have really enjoyed it, and now it holds memories for me.
Oh wow I faved this when I first saw it, I think its amazing! tho I just realized today that your not just a painter you are the sculptor! o______o; I felt pretty fail right then <.< anyways, THANK YOU!!! my aunt began buying these for me when I was little and it is the biggest reason I became a sculptor! now Im going to an art school to follow that dream You are amazing! and will always be one of my greatest inspirations please never stop doing what you do!
Wow how lovely, I absolutely adore these unique paint jobs! A little off topic, but i was wondering if there is an FAQ somewhere about PYO airbrush painting techniques? I found the one for straight up brush painting, but I am most curious about any special tips and techniques for this type of airbrush-painting job
We buy them directly from the supplier and paint them ourselves, but you can purchase eyes like these from Van Dyke's taxidermy , or if you would like some really classy acrylic eyes ,I found "Dreaming tree studio" makes great fancy eyes for dolls and creatures!