My computer was on the fritz for the last few days, so I couldn't get my annual "Halloween" tickle render done. Now that I have it back in usable condition... here's what I came up with.
The background is Hunter's Moon for the Daz Cyclorama (available at Daz3d.com). The female model is Aiko 3.0 using the Fox Girl for the Aiko Catgirl morphs and a texture set I threw together. The male model is Hiro 3.0.
Again, this would be Selica L. Raviede. Another piece I am quite proud of...it was a lot of work. I don't even remember how many layers...heh heh. Oh well, I guess this is my first anthro thing...yeah. She's a werewolf and is transforming in a serene little field...until she transforms and tears it up. This is just my interpretation of a atransformation, so here it is...my pic! Power to the lyncanthropes!!!
yup, still on a werewolf stint. I just find these really easy to do, and good for unwinding.
So here's Anna, holding her necklace because I couldn't think of anything else to make her hands doing, lol. The shadow cast by the necklace (and hand) is wrong but oh well I don't want to deal with it xD
Also a decent example of how my girl werewolves work. A lot of people just tend to add boobs to burly male wolves and call it a day, but I like to think there's a bit more difference. Basically, if you're thin and lanky as a human, you're not going to be an uber-buff werewolf. So girls are still pretty feminine once they go 'wolf.
Again, feel free to color the lineart, which is here: [link]
Drawing done with reference from: [link] I've wanted to do a better transformation drawing of Neckra for a while. I might make an animation of this from Human to full wolf. I will probably color it even if I don't animate it.
Well I'm not completely outta tune with my markers.
This is 's character Aya. She's a werewolf and I'm a failure with fur but i like how it came out.
SORRY IT TOOK FOREVER. And that it's not digital, if thats what you were hoping for? I moved to a new computer and though I keep playing with the brightness and contrast, I don't think I"ll ever get it right.