VCL Mirrors: Main, Orcas. Frames On, Off.
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546x624 59994 bytes 2001.01.17
A piece to be used for an advertisement for some health food products. Done with the shortest deadline ever for me: 7 days. Anyway, they wanted the sick expression on the bear, so who am I to complain? :p
560x707 73473 bytes 2001.01.22
Another commissioned piece for some health product. This bear will be the new logo (the first one was a silouette [sp?] of a lady) & the developers have nicknamed him 'Cheeky Bear' *shrugs*. The bear is © to Atos Consumer Products Pte Ltd, but drawn by me.
2093x2443 292881 bytes 2001.01.07
I don't think I'll ever find the time to finish colouring this piece, but I'll most definately try. My boyfriend & my fursona © to us.\n
427x597 30330 bytes 2001.04.15
Inspired by a documentary on Japanese cranes dancing in the snow. Incomplete, but with the number of commissions I have had to do, this piece can wait awhile. :)
215x412 15930 bytes 2001.07.02
The dancers in the musical 'Cats' by Andrew Llyod Webber was the inspiration for this old piece. All the dancers who portrayed the cats were the most sensual I had ever seen & completely non-abrasive. Done in ink & grey marker.
413x1090 47680 bytes 2001.08.14
I didn't spend much time on this one & the concept needs work. This is the start of a series of coloured furry pics, honouring the age-old tradition of letter writing.
447x461 68171 bytes 2001.11.26
512x544 62679 bytes 2001.03.06
Another line work piece I like. My fursona ^Nyte^ in a more 70's style hairdo and jewellery. You know...John Travolta and Olivia Newton John...Grease era. Done with Pigma Micron 05 & 08. Usual © on character and art piece to me.
328x700 56193 bytes 2001.03.06
I did a color version at S7, but I love the line work on this one, so here it is. My fursona in my junior college uniform with a small bouquet of flowers.
852x590 121692 bytes 2001.04.09
A completed inked commission piece for Sean McDonough. It's far from over though & I will most definately post it up when I've coloured it. As you can see, this piece was a HUGE challenge. That's 12 characters in one family portrait on an A4 size paper. Thank you Sean for being so super patient with me on this piece & understanding!
311x641 35730 bytes 2000.08.31
A rather dramatic pose for my study of furry anatomy. I will eventually get down to using Paintshop Pro to add color and perhaps a lens flare where her hands reach out? I desperately need practise with the smudge tool though. Any tips on that? \r\n\n
910x1662 138842 bytes 2001.01.07
I used a picture of a male model to get the proportions right for this piece, but I doubt I did. And he's missing his rat tail. Oh well, he is © to me anyway.\n
690x778 55952 bytes 2001.08.14
This is much better & I'll add the colour sometime next week, after my mid-semester tests. This is numero deux in my 'letter writing' furry series.
692x834 71363 bytes 2001.06.16
It's been awhile & I've hit a rut. I'll start getting inspired when I get my butt back into school. ;p Can you believe I had to scan this 3 times to join the pieces together?! I hate my A4 size scanner. *grumbles about HP making scanners smaller by the year*
336x409 42243 bytes 2001.12.19
Steven Baker as a polar bear. He has been the sweetest & nicest guy I have ever met since I came to Oulu (Finland). I'm gonna miss him when he leaves for home (England) this Friday.
434x431 60641 bytes 2001.12.20
I am going to miss Steve & the other Brits when they leave Otokuja for England tomorrow morning. And I'll probably never see them again. Life can be such a b**** sometimes.
335x515 62822 bytes 2001.12.12
Yusuf & I spend a lot of time together hanging out here in Finland. Always thought of the guy as a bit of a rat, but he's a nice guy. Thought he deserved to be put on paper, since he's practically my shrink. =^_^=
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