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A mountain climbing mountain lion :) Prismacolor markers and colored pencils \r\non Bristol Board, copyright (C)2001 Bridget E. Wilde.
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Not a hedgehog! Really! She's an arctic fox :) Copyright (C) 2001 Bridget E. \r\nWilde. Ink on Bristol Board.
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Uploading some stuff from a couple months ago, due to a sprained wrist keeping \r\nme from doing anything new. A cheetaur huntress scans the plains for prey. Done\r\nwith gel pen on Bristol Board. Copyright (C) 2001 Bridget E. Wilde.
600x777 107277 bytes 2001.06.01
Well, she's just another vixen in Daisy Duke's - or so she appears. Actually, drawing her got me over\r\na 2-month artistic "dry spell." So I think she's pretty special! Pen, Markers,\r\nand Prismacolor pencils on Bristol Board.
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A cheetah in a formal gown. Pose and dress taken from a recent bridal magazine, \r\ndress by Bill Pesce for Jordan Fashions. Ink and Prismacolor pencils on Bristol Board. Copyright 2001 Bridget E. Wilde.
600x775 112634 bytes 2001.02.28
A snowleopard demurely covers herself with a bit of drapery, in a boudoir setting.\r\nInk and Prismacolor pencils on Bristol Board.
600x770 145601 bytes 2001.02.28
This was a commission done for Earl
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More frightening lingerie from Frederick's of Hollywood... This one worn by\r\na peppy little quirrel. Pencil on Bristol Board.
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A cute girl tanuki stands outside a bamboo forest with her huge jar of\r\nsake. Her sleeves are tied back for convenience, and she looks far too\r\nsweet to EVER be a trickster... Do you trust her? Aquarelle pencils\r\nand wash on watercolor paper.
600x814 88256 bytes 2001.01.28
A quick, exaggerated pen sketch. Yes, the pool table is crooked, but I like\r\nhow her face turned out... Pen and ink on Bristol Board.
600x777 105813 bytes 2001.01.28
I did this one for the cover of a local SCA publication. The pose was taken\r\nfrom an Elizabethan portrait; the garb was modeled after a piece Janet\r\nArnold recreated for the V+A Museum. Whatever you do, don't call him a fop!
600x882 136567 bytes 2001.01.28
This is a furry "portrait" of my daughter Rachel with the teddy bear she got\r\nfor Christmas. We don't own a striped couch, though. Ink and colored pencils\r\non Bristol Board.
600x781 86444 bytes 2001.01.28
This was the first piece of furry artwork I did for sale. She ended up \r\nwith a somewhat Elfquesty look to the accessories... Pen and ink on\r\nBristol Board.
600x778 109058 bytes 2001.01.22
A belly-dancing tigress. This was done very quickly, as a break from one\r\nof my detailed pencil pieces - I needed some COLOR in my life! Markers, ink,\r\nand gold ink on Bristol Board.
600x776 125269 bytes 2001.01.22
A kitsune shrine-maiden stands in front of her shrine's holy tree. The\r\nwand of paper is often used in Shinto ceremonies, paper being considered\r\nsacred, and the rustling sound it makes pleasing to Shinto spirits. \r\nMarkers on Bristol Board.
600x764 146587 bytes 2001.01.22
An angelic fox... The wings and clothes were detailed in grey marker, which \r\nunfortunately tends to scan very poorly. Marker on Bristol Board.
700x538 108389 bytes 2001.01.17
This is the final version of one of my earliest pieces of furry art - its\r\nthird incarnation. A leopardess sleeps in a tree. India ink on Bristol Board.
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A young fox lady plays her recorder by the light of the moon. Colored pencils\r\nand ink on Bristol Board.
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Okay, so I know chameleon color-shifting doesn't work quite like this, \r\nbut the concept wouldn't leave me alone. Acrylics on Masonite.
700x523 106391 bytes 2001.01.13
Guess which famous dancing couple this picture is modeled after? There's\r\nsomething very snazzy about a fox in a tux. Markers and ink on Bristol\r\nBoard.
600x805 307189 bytes 2001.01.13
This one was based on a picture I took at Toei Uzumasa Movieland in Kyoto \r\n(though mind you, the "geisha" wasn't a kitty-cat). The kimono had gold\r\ndesigns on it that didn't scan very well. Her name is "Kaede," Japanese\r\nfor maple. Apologies for the large file size; the detail on her obi also\r\ndidn't scan very well, and I had to keep the JPEG as high-quality as\r\npossible for it to show. Markers and ink with gold accents on Bristol Board.
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Playing around with aquarelle pencils and wash effects... I like drawing\r\ndragon wings :)
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Well, there was this zebra-striped bikini in the Newport News catalog... \r\nand I thought it might prove a fine fashion statement for a lioness.\r\nMaybe she even made it herself...
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My husband (who, I should point out, is a God among men) gave me Prismacolor\r\npencils for Christmas; this was the first thing I did with them. I was\r\nfortunate enough to visit the Golden Pavilion in Kyoto (Ginkaku-ji) some\r\ntime ago, and used one of my photos as a source. This kimono-clad fox has\r\ntraversed about 3/4 of the winding path around the Golden Pavilion and its\r\nlake, and has paused just behind the temple for a rest.
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Drawn in the dead of winter (or at least, as dead as winter gets in Southern\r\nArizona) to bring back some warmth... Pen, marker, and colored pencil on\r\nBristol Board - a little metallic ink on the beadies... Based on a photo in the Newport News catalog.
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One of my earliest furry works, this was based on an ukiyo-e print. The \r\nlantern is one of the kind that hang outside restaurants in Japan to\r\nproclaim their wares - this one reads "udon," a kind of noodle foxes\r\nare known to love, particularly with deep-fried tofu (which is why\r\nwhen they are prepared that way, they're called "kitsune udon." Markers\r\non Bristol Board.
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One of my first furry works of the new millenium! This drawing was based on\r\nmy favorite pair of shoes - sassy, but comfortable, and secure enough to\r\nstand easily on one leg. Markers, pen, and Prismacolor pencils on Bristol \r\nBoard.
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This was a commission I did for a friend of mine, something of a ferret \r\nportrait of her. (I do have her permission to display her furry likeness,\r\nof course). The "bed" of socks, coke can, wallet, and remote control\r\nare all things her ferrets like to... appropriate. Pen, marker, and\r\ncolored pencil on Bristol Board.
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I love the markings on cheetahs, and this grew out of a desire to practice\r\nthose lovely face markings, and a great love for Mucha. Pen and colored\r\npencils on Bristol Board.
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