( Totally forgot that I'd made a third Dragongirl Wrinry drawing which wasn't uploaded with the others! )
Having spent practically all her life as a dragon, Wrinry is not used to having people look down at her. The fact that her imperfect human form resembles a young girl does not help matters. While she is not usually very self-conscious, being treated like a little kid after a lifetime of being respected for her fearsome appearance does not sit well for the diminutive dragongirl. However, her disarming appearance does have the advantage of causing her enemies to underestimate her strength, despite the draconian appendages. The fake human body, while appearing soft, is nearly as resilient as her limbs.
Additionally, her small appearance belays her weight, which, while reduced, is still several times that of a normal girl. This leads to many issues involving property damage from sitting or standing on things not designed to take the weight of a small dragon.
Wow, I made this way back in April of 2012, but unfortunately wasn't able to draw anything else as an incentive until recently, thanks to all the work from the Kickstarter campaign this year. But, better late than never.
Maddie Addie may be a trained Basitin soldier, but she is still a young girl, and like many young girls her age, she likes paying with dolls. Unfortunately, I don't think this particular doll is all that enthusiastic about being hugged to death.
This was a style experiment, as well as an excuse just to draw Kathrin really BIG. I had a lot of fun with it, and I hope to make more portraits of other characters in the future. If you notice that her fur seems more saturated than usual, it's because it is. Sometimes I think my characters are just a little too desaturated when it comes to their color schemes, so I'm trying to brighten them up just a smidgen to make them more eye-catching. I hope you find the final results appealing.
Yeah, it's probably best not to utilize any sort of magic in the Twokinds universe if you aren't prepared for it to backfire in some humorously ironic fashion. Seems these two haven't learned their lesson since last time and tried using the black book of magic again.
And for the first time, we have Fem-Evals as a result. I've been calling her Evalyn. Unlike his male form, his female form comes with cream-colored chest fur, purple eyes, and darker ears and tail tips. He's still taller than Mike, but leaner in build. And if you're wondering about the collar... I just thought it'd look cute. I'm sure he disagrees, though.
I'm really pleased with how the magic effect came out. It was an experiment in trying to make magic to look more eye-catching. I think the results were pretty successful for a first attempt, but feel free to let me know how you feel about it. And no, I don't know where their pants went. I blame the black magic for that too.
Oops, looks like someone forgot to tell Natani how Renamon dresses.
Heh, yeah yeah, Renamon is the biggest cliché ever. I know. I couldn't help myself, though. She's the only character I could think of that had a costume without anything covering the torso, so the joke would work. The white on her fur is paint, and part of the costume.
I figured I might as well upload these here while I'm at it, since it's publicly available over at the Kickstarter page anyway. For those who missed it, this is part of a series of comics I started doing during the Kickstarter campaign to entertain backers of the project. Unfortunately, I've only managed to get two comics done so far, but more are in the works. I think these pages are cute.
It's the ginger white wolf herself! You know, I seriously questioned myself for quite a while on whether a red-headed white wolf could actually "work." The vision in my head looks good, but I had no idea until I actually got it on paper if the strange color scheme would fit, or look totally out of place. I've seen a few people argue that it is, but personally, I'm happy with her look. And in general, a lot of people have taken to her design as well. Of course, red hair doesn't really make sense, but eh... it's a comic, people don't have to take it so seriously all the time. I think her design is fun and I like it. I hope you do too.
I also really enjoyed drawing the birch trees and autumn setting for her introduction. I love fall as a season, even if it's a challenge sometimes to illustrate. It's just such a peaceful season, in my opinion, and I think it complements her character.
Looks like Kat got into the make-up, and decided to try out some nail polish... with mixed results. Still, she seems happy with her accomplishment. Personally, I don't normally consider any kind of make-up on an anthro character to look very good, but... well, this is for the cute effect more than anything else. Though you can't see it, the polish matches her paw color.