Furry and Fantasy art, comics art and pages, commissions and prints, fan art and stories. If you are interested in any of these things, you've come to the right site. My name is Sandy Schreiber, and I have been a professional artist for over 25 years. I have worked for publishers such as DC Comics, NOW Comics, Arrow Comics and Tri Tac Games. I am currently making the rounds of many of the major Anthropomorphic (Furry) and Anime/Gaming conventions, where my art can be seen in the art shows as well as at my Dealer's Table, where I sell prints and create original works of art for clients.
New Designs This page contains images of current projects, ideas and sketches. Some of these pieces may be commissions for current clients. Furry and Fantasy Art and Prints These pages contain art from conventions I have attended, as well as art created specifically for clients who have commissioned me. Some of the images are still available as matted original art, while others are sold as 8 1/2" x 11" prints. Porcelain Art Why use a mug or platter decorated with someone else's design, when you can paint your own? These pages show examples of my hand painted china, some of which are available for sale. Many of these pieces have been sold at Furry and SF conventions. Commissions are always welcome.
Commissions This section of the site contains information on my commissions for potential clients. Find info about availability, prices, terms, and the time frame for finished pieces.
Fan Art and Stories Fandom is a way of life...and a lot of wonderful art can come from it. This section contains art and stories from the late, great print fanzine 'P.K.E. Readings' (a Real Ghostbusters fan-produced magazine) The art is all mine, but the stories have been credited to their original authors, and is posted here with permission. This section also has art and stories from my time as a gamer, with tales about the player characters and NPCs who populate the world of DarkFawn. For the truly obsessed, there is even a pdf of my novella 'EuroGadget', with a full color cover and B&W illos featuring the movie version of Inspector Gadget.