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SW: A Dragoon's Bantha
The scent of smoking dewback hide filtered through the scrubbers in Moshier's helmet as he pressed against his dead mount's flank. He still wasn't sure where the Sand People had come from. One moment the patrol had been following in the trail of the probe droid as it scanned the dunes and the next it was down and the rest of the squad was under fire. The other dewback rider in the squad had gone down first, and then Moshier had been dismounted by a shot to the leg.
The rest had happened so fast that Moshier wasn't even certain what had happened in what order. All he knew for sure was that he was the only remaining member of his squad still standing. He glanced down at the blasted greave where the raider's slug thrower had struck. He'd been lucky, it might have blown a chunk out of his armor but he still had the leg. Behind the dead dewback he could hear the snorting language of the Sand People as they moved around. He wasn't sure if they knew he was still alive or not.
One thing was ce
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Gloria Portrait Process by sheppardarts Gloria Portrait Process :iconsheppardarts:sheppardarts 214 11 Portrait Study from Life, 11/15/15 by sheppardarts Portrait Study from Life, 11/15/15 :iconsheppardarts:sheppardarts 389 14 Libra by sheppardarts Libra :iconsheppardarts:sheppardarts 767 22 Leap by MattRhodesArt Leap :iconmattrhodesart:MattRhodesArt 673 27 The Gray Mouser at the Bazaar of the Bizzare by MattRhodesArt The Gray Mouser at the Bazaar of the Bizzare :iconmattrhodesart:MattRhodesArt 3,190 103 Journey by RickB500 Journey :iconrickb500:RickB500 137 20 Beatrice by EmilySoto Beatrice :iconemilysoto:EmilySoto 250 3 Beatrice by EmilySoto Beatrice :iconemilysoto:EmilySoto 199 4 STOCK - Friesian Show 2012-77 by fillyrox STOCK - Friesian Show 2012-77 :iconfillyrox:fillyrox 232 46 The Gaze Close-ups by NathanFowkesArt The Gaze Close-ups :iconnathanfowkesart:NathanFowkesArt 91 2 cosmos - Keep to schedule by ned-rogers cosmos - Keep to schedule :iconned-rogers:ned-rogers 122 5 cosmos - Garage by ned-rogers cosmos - Garage :iconned-rogers:ned-rogers 149 3 Cosmos - Racer 03 by ned-rogers Cosmos - Racer 03 :iconned-rogers:ned-rogers 96 9

Art by Walter Everett

"To have ideas one must have imagination.
To express ideas one must have knowledge."
-Robert Henri


Artist | Professional | Digital Art
United States
I am (sometimes) open for commissioned work. If interested please send me a note or email.

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AfroditV Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2017
Your gallery is great. 
I like almost all of them !
Mastador Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2017
Great Art, I love your work.
HitozumaNight Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2017
I am a student, currently trying to learn, I was wondering if you could take me on as a student, a sort of apprenticeship!
Wildweasel339 Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
It's very nice of you to ask, but I would not have time for that.
However, I would be happy to answer questions or give feedback on your work.
Phaernun Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2016
I just wanted to express our gratitude again for allowing us to use your art for our homebrew Campaign Setting.

PalanaiCampaignGuidePlayer-v.0.3.1 by Phaernun
A-Separate-Reality Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
I'm seeing just a hint of N.C.Wyeth in some of your work. :nod:
TianKoala Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
Love your works! Your sketches have that timeless Sargent feel to it...just amazing!
Wildweasel339 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you! That is a quality I aspire to!
Varguy Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2016   Digital Artist
Amazing gallery. I love how you keep such a strong drawing in your work while also having this expressive, loose painting style. One of the things I struggle with the most is that I always lose my drawing when I try to paint, so I kind of gave up on it. But man, it's really hard to look through your gallery and not feel inspired to paint.
Wildweasel339 Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
Oh thank you!

Your drawings are really great!  I wish I had the steady hand and sense of style that you appear to have.
Do you use a Cintiq or Intuos? 

I often struggle to decide if I want to let the emphasis be on the line drawing or more painterly strokes.  It seems the drawings are better at conveying ideas efficiently and gesture, while painting is better at conveying light and atmosphere.  So the challenge is to find the right balance.  I tend to focus on the painterly strokes, perhaps because it feels less tedious to me.  
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