VCL Mirrors: Main, Orcas. Frames On, Off.
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SQUEE! Silly dragonkitty/mink/ferret/fill in the blank female of Taps. I looked through their pics online and realized I hadn't drawn one of them. Well now, we've got to fix that right up! Sheve (c) of their player. Drawn by Flinthoof, da minty one. \r\n
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I did a lot of sketchbooks and badges at ConFurence 12. This one didn't turn out the way I wanted. I forgot to bring my several shades of green markers so I had to use whatever I could find handy and it didn't do the job. Then I was told to add the dragon in the background which there wasn't much room available.
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Batwings and babes. They go together, don't they? A sketchbook sketch from ConFurence. A marker explosion almost ruined it when it splashed red onto the white chest of her fur or on the white parts of her tail. Sometimes it's more interesting to have to work in the errors than to hide them. Can you see them?
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Say "Cheese!" Too bad this fella won't be able to eat cheese or any other food once this zebra filly catches him with that camera!
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The rare and elegant kangaroos of the alpine highlands sometimes come down to forage for food, especially when carrying young. This flyer was caught snacking on a small sapling pine, stripping off the needles with adept tongue and sharp teeth. \r\n\r\nThe idea of a Snowshooroo came about thanks to a discussion with Rooth'ragon. Thanks, Rooth!
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