Pippin is, of course, an African Civet. I gave her a white stripe down the lower half of her back, white eyebrow spots, and made the black on her neck stretch all the way down her belly to make her a little different then the average African Civet. She stands at 4'8" as her anthro form, and is the same size in length in her feral form with another 5' of tail. She like ancient and historical artifacts, pirate ships, and cheese. Inspiration: African Civets, duh 8B Their colors and markings intrigue me..all those spots and stripes..very flashy <3
Dear Dougie Daggerwrist, the "alter-ego" of mine who graces 's novel. His wolf side, Varg, needed some truely frightening fanart.
Reminds me of those illustrations from scary children's novels. With the melting faces and the spiders coming out of their eyes. The pictures were more morbid and frightning than the stories themselves, and I loved flipping through and looking at the pictures.
"How did they do that?" I always wondered.
The line art of the fox I did for the charity flyers of Eurofurence 14. The colored version was printed on the flyers, maybe I'll upload it later ... Anyways, I'm not used to draw "normal" animals (I draw them nearly never). Original sold at EF 14 Artshow. (Medium: ink pen)