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I work with "traditional" media. That means when I create art there is a physical canvas, sculpture or piece of paper with me all over it.

In answer to a number of recent inquiries here is my business pitch.

My idea of a "request" is a commission to create art for money (in US Dollars). Please do not ask me to draw something unless you are willing to pay for it up front.

My standard comic convention rates are as follows:

$10.00 monochrome sketch card
$15.00 color sketch card
$20.00 for 8.5 X 11 sketch
$35.00 for a "simple" 8.5 X 11 1 character color work

(all plus postage)

More ellaborate commissions are negotiated on a per case basis.

double @ price if you want "mature" content i.e. nudity
I do not do hard core or kinky stuff.


Which category of my works would you like to see more of? 

8 deviants said paleontology photography and reconstructions
8 deviants said Disney inspired fan art
8 deviants said "Malora"
6 deviants said astronomical and planetary art
4 deviants said comic book and cartoon inspired fan art
3 deviants said science fiction & fantasy movie and TV fan art
1 deviant said fantasy sculpture
No deviants said nature photography
No deviants said none of the above
No deviants said suggest spmething else


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Ecci Notharctus in Preparation by LEXLOTHOR
Ecci Notharctus in Preparation
More of my fossil photography can be seen in my DA "Paleo & Sci Illo" gallery:…

This is the skull of a Notharctus tenebrosus female. It is from 49 million year old deposits in the Bridger Formation of Wyoming. I discovered this skull in July 2015. This is what it looked like after about 10 hours of preparation. The dent in the forehead is a puncture wound. 

photo & text (c) John P. Alexander
Ecci Nothartcus by LEXLOTHOR
Ecci Nothartcus
More of my fossil photography can be seen in my DA "Paleo & Sci Illo" gallery:…

I spend my summers exploring the Eocene Bridger Formation of Wyoming. I am posting this photo less than 24 hours after I made this remarkable find. This is the complete skull of a lemur-like primate known as Notharctus. Fossils of this quality are so rare that it has been 20 years since I collected a specimen of this species that is this complete. This is what they look like before they can be seen in museum displays or in the textbooks. Consider yourselves to be privileged to see this. The animal was about the size of a cat, behaved somewhat like a sifaka and lived over 49 million years ago, 

photo & text (c) John P. Alexander
Microsyops Jaws by LEXLOTHOR
Microsyops Jaws
More of my fossil photography can be seen in my DA "Paleo & Sci Illo" gallery:…

I spend my summers exploring the Eocene Bridger Formation of Wyoming. My very first find of 2015 is this splendid set of upper and lower jaws of a near-primate known as Microsyops. This animal would have been about the size of a grey squirrel.

photo & text (c) John P. Alexander
Cottonwood Creek Wyoming by LEXLOTHOR
Cottonwood Creek Wyoming
More of my environmental landscapes can be seen in my DA "Photo Gallery":…

The unique aspect of this photo is that it was taken from my car window in the middle of the stream. The Burnt Fork Road in Uinta Co. Wyoming abruptly crosses Cottonwood Creek at a concrete ford. Sometimes this ford is bone dry. 2015 however, was a very rainy year. The cliff in the background contains the type section of the Sage Creek Limestone within the Eocene Bridger Formation.

Before the fabled "Mountain Men" of the 1820's exterminated the regional beaver population, this creek was once green and wet every year. Nearly 200 years ago when the fur trappers arrived this drainage was lined with a forest of cottonwood trees. The solitary dead tree in the photo is a testament to ecological destruction.

photo & text (c) John P. Alexander
Spot the Baby Antelope by LEXLOTHOR
Spot the Baby Antelope
More of my animal photography can be seen in my DA "Cute Critters" gallery:


This is a baby pronghorned antilope (Antilocapra americanum). I took the shot from my car window in the badlands of southwest Wyoming. I had driven between this kid and its mother. Its first reaction is to cower down as low as it can heel and remain motionless. This is more effective against detection by predators in sagebrush or tall grass. All this little thing had to hide in was a wheel rut.

It is about the size of a lamb. It took off when I drove away.

photo (c) John P. Alexander


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John P. Alexander
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Current Residence: suburban Seattle

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I am giving away my age when I say that I watched the original "Star Trek" first run. Early in season one there was an episode entitled "What Are Little Girls Made Of?" The segment begins with Captain Kirk and Nurse Chapel beaming down to the surface of a frozen world. They go inside a well appointed subterranean research facility. There they are met by an eccentric inventor and his girl Friday assistant. Chapel remarks that it is odd that the scientist should be attended to by what is essentially a geisha. It is then revealed that the girl is in fact an android (technically a "gynoid"). His research operation then proceeds to collapse like a house of cards.

You are probably wondering what the hell does a description of an old "Star Trek" episode have to do with the new science fiction thriller "Ex Machina". The answer is that the synopsis you have just read equally describes the major plot points of "Ex Machina". There is nothing new in this film. It just assumes that the audience is ignorant of past precedent.

What do you get when you mix elements of "Blade Runner", "AI", "Metropolis" and "The Island of Dr. Moreau" together with a thin veneer of shop worn psychobabble? The answer is that you get "Ex Machina".

The story of "Ex Machina" is as though Dekerd's Voight-Kampf examination of Rachel the replicant ran for 110 minutes.

"Ex Machina" is "AI" centered around a robot shaped like a woman rather than a little boy.

Substitute Rotwang and his robotrix Maria and their resemblance to the Steve Jobs wannabe and Ava and the inspiration from "Metropolis" comes out.

Imagine if the principle character in H.G. Wells "The Island of Dr. Moreau" were not the castaway but rather the panther girl that Moreau stitches together in his operating theater and you get "Ex Machina".

This story is as old as Galatea. It is a premise I recall from the Sixties sitcom "Living Doll" in which an inventor creates a fembot in the form of Julie Newmar.

This film may do poorly in the U.S. market because it will be deemed to be "too intellectual". It is old hat to those of us who have known about the Turing Test and Oppenheimer's quotation of the Bagavad Ghita since high school. It will however appeal to B&D perverts who read Japanese hentai. This film was rated [R] for a reason.

"Ex Machina" has the pretention of imitating Alfred Hitchcock, Stanly Kubrick and Ridley Scott. It is as slowly paced as "The Shining". I sat through it once. Once was enough for me.


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CottonCatTailToony Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
Hello! Do you take a Request or Art Trade?
LEXLOTHOR Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
I am willing to entertain suggestions, but I do commissions for payment. Please refer to my rates listed on my main page.
LETMESEEBEUTY Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2015
LEXLOTHOR Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
THANX for the faves. My G-rated Trek pics seem to be oddballs among your other faves.
LETMESEEBEUTY Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2015
Well I like what I see I favorite it
KodyBoy555 Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Do you do requests and art trades?
LEXLOTHOR Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
I gladly take paying commissions. Please check out my "Commissions" statement on my DA front page:
YamaLama1986 Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2015   Digital Artist
Thank you for the fave of the alt-history Batman poster. :)
platypus12 Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2014
Would pre-human mining activity really be that easily noticeable?
DVaca Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2014  Hobbyist
Thank you ;_)
jazzman21 Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2014
How has your fight against the fascist DA admins who censored your pictures?
LEXLOTHOR Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
It isn't worth fighting. Some day I will just start my own web page and post anything I please.
slowdog294 Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2014  Professional General Artist
Fellow Ranger. :iconsaluteplz:
lovestellio Featured By Owner May 10, 2014
I put some of my works (photos)! You see, I hear you. 
Flanker-27 Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Nice gallery, nice descriptions.. I admire you ;)
DiHA-Artwork Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks much for the :+fav::dance:
FitzOblong Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2014
Thanks for the :+fav: on Vanessa and Candace:  Sweet Ride by FitzOblong . :icondancingtardplz:
elysiagriffin Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Professional Photographer
Thank you so much for the favorite! c:
Feel free to check out the rest of my work & consider following for future cosplay photography Heart
Thundersglory Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I love all your works, especially your take on the Disney princess's and heroines, but I just generally just love your style.
Myst222007 Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2013
I sent you an e-mail re: a commissioned "Malora" piece of art.

godofimagination Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2013
Hey Joh, are there any Cniderians without radial symmetry? What about Ecynoderms?
LEXLOTHOR Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
I am not particularly adept with invertebrate taxonomy and morphology, but I am not familiar with any.
Declan46 Featured By Owner May 30, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Hey! I hope you dont mind, but I wrote a kigo drabble based on one of your works! you can read it here if you'd like: [link]

i made sure to credit you!
DGsCanvas Featured By Owner May 27, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanx for the fave. You => 8-)
kaleso Featured By Owner May 18, 2013
Hey, thanks for the fave! :'D ❤
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