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Battle Chasers by RamageArt
Battle Chasers
Battle Chasers Logo  15" X 9"

This is a commission piece for an artist friend of mine who is fanatical about Battle Chasers.  Made of 3/4" pine and painted with acrylic paint.
Ramageart Owl by RamageArt
Ramageart Owl
Ramageart Owl  11' X 14"

this is an updated version of stylized Great Horned Owl that I did 35 years ago in one of my graphic design classes.  I have a pen and ink version that I posted a while ago.  I have finally adapted the design to be my logo for RamageArt.  It is done by hand with ink on Strathmore Bristle board.
Majora'S Mask Round by RamageArt
Majora'S Mask Round
Majora's Mask Round  15" Round

This was a commission piece.  It is made from a 3/4" pine board, the image was cut out using a scroll saw and after sanding and shaping the pieces with a Dremel, it was painted with acrylic paint.  Shadows and highlights added with spray paint.  I love to make my wood pieces look like stone.  I really like the way this piece turned out.
Wookie Selfie by RamageArt
Wookie Selfie
Wookie Selphie  9" X 6"

This is a commission piece for an artist friend of mine, Jen Momson, which I used her artwork to design the piece.  It is made from a 3/4" pine board and cut out with a scroll saw and painted with acrylic paint.
Captain Rex 501st by RamageArt
Captain Rex 501st
Captain Rex 501st  14" X 17"

This is the final version of Captain Rex.  I figured out how to weather his armor and I couldn't be more pleased.  I was playing around with a shine on his visor but never liked how it looked, I think he is way more intimidating with his visor black.  He is made from a 3/4" pine board, cut out using a DeWalt scroll saw and painted with acrylic paint.  He has 1/8" and 1/4" shims behind certain pieces to give him a 3D effect.


I take commissions
United States
My name is Donald Ramage and I have been an illustrator since 1989. I have designed artwork for fire departments, law enforcement and medical air units. I absolutely love doing pen and ink drawings of birds of prey, owls, eagles, hawks and falcons; I just can't get enough! I also love drawing other animals. I started working with wood about 2005, after looking at dozens and dozens of patterns online I realized I could design my own, the hard part is drawing the pattern to fit. All of the pieces are one-of-a-kind designs, each piece is made from a single piece of wood, including the frame. I use shims behind certain parts to raise the image in areas to give a 3D effect. I have won several awards from the California State Fair woodworking competitions and I have had 3 pieces published in woodworking magazines. My three daughters have been posting their own artwork on DA for quite some time and have finally convinced me to make my own, I hope you enjoy what you see.

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Current Residence: California


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This is :iconaichibiai:, one of :iconramageart:'s daughters.
(My father would never write this, but I think it is important, so I'm going to do it.)

Thank you very much for watching him and/or commenting on his projects.  He's almost never online, unless he wants to submit something, so he never really gets the chance to reply back to any of his comments.  (He still has comments from almost a year ago.)

Just to let you guys and gals know, he really does appreciate your support and comments. So please keep up the wonderful support, just don't expect a reply to anything soon... unless you get lucky and he happens to get online soon after you comment.

Thank You for watching my father!

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iwanaga Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
great stuff!
RamageArt Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2015
Hi Iwanga,

Thank you on your comments on the Majora Mask and the profile.  I have several new projects coming up including another Capt Rex, an Ahsoka, Batman, Batgirl and CatWoman, plus a few commission pieces.  With the 3-D pieces I will be designing a new more aggressive Werewolf and I will be trying to design a Cyberman from Dr. Who.  Talk to you later, Don
Rocail-Studios Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2015  Professional General Artist
Your work is great.
RamageArt Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2015
Thank you for your comment on my profile, it is always nice to know someone is checking out your gallery.  Right now I am getting ready for an anime convention and will be doing a couple of pieces inspired by Star Wars Clone Wars.  Nice rings by the way.
Rocail-Studios Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2015  Professional General Artist
Thank you, Good luck at the convention.
Orphydian Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Orphydian Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist

You might want to join our group

Its specialised on high detailed military illustrations and it will host only the finest deviations and will gather some of the most talented artists.

And yes Ive already checked your gallery .

RamageArt Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2015
Hi Orphydian,

Sorry it took so long to get back to you.  I did check out your site and I do plan on joining your group.  My girls keep on telling me to join more group, but I am usually busy working on the next project, I just don't think about it...but I will join yours.  Talk to you later, Don
Orphydian Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
see my later message as well about me featuring your art. Ive sent the requests for the items Im interested. You can see the list above.
Steph-Sama Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2015
Hi RampageArt, Just wanted to say i absolutely adore your gallery, i've never seen woodwork quite like this before. Somebody on Tumblr directed me to your gallery after they picked up one of your Mystery Skulls pieces at a convention. I'd love to commission you if you are taking them at the moment :)

Can't wait to see what you create in the future!
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