Another Christmas mouse design. I alway knew when I did the previous mouse-on-a-moon picture that it would adapt well to a Christmas version . Cards etc., available in my store and on Zazzle as soon as i can get them formated and uploaded.
watercolor on hotressed paper 12"x9". Original is for sale, note me for details
Como o título diz, essa foi a primeira versão da Dymont. o_o Cara, acho que foi criada lá pra 2007. Oh,Jesus. EEEEE, a ~Viihrose pediu pra ver como era, e eu decidi finalmente postar uma ref antiga dela. ANTIGA, SHT.
Ela tinha 2 rabos, tina uma marca na cabeça, embaixo das asas assim, e as bolinhas dela são gradiente, por isso que nas cores eu deixei metade metade (ý) E alí embaixo, aquela coisinha preta tem os acessórios que ela usava. Esquece de colocar, na ponta da bandana dela, tinha um sininho, felish (r) E o cabelo dela era em 2 camadas beeeem visíveis. Mas acho que é só e
Acrylic on Canvas as part of a series thats yet to be completed. This is the only anthro in the series since the others are all human. This is suppose to be the focus of the whole piece when put together and here I show it to you still quite unfinished since I intend to add more details here and there, improve some lines and gradations. For those who know of paintings of the era of his uniform I'd take a guess you would know from what painting I based the pose and uniform from yes? This may very well serve as my online face from here on end since it sort of defines the way I feel somehow
This is the first of three pieces I did as part of a "Top Gear" trilogy. For those of you who don't know, Top Gear is a tv programme about cars here in the UK. Now I have virtually no interest in cars what so ever - I have no license and have never driven a car - but the presenters on the show are soooo funny that I watch it anyway and it's become one of my favourite tv shows. So after a while I realised that Mr Jeremy Clarkson sort of reminded me of Mr Toad from Kenneth Grahame's "Wind in the Willows" - cackling with joy whenever he was driving a car he liked - and I just had to paint him. The title is a quote by Mr Clarkson on driving a Bugatti Veyron - which is why in the picture he's driving an old Bugatti.