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Commish:: Converse-kitten. by KingNeroche Commish:: Converse-kitten. by KingNeroche
A flatcolour commission for :iconconverse-kitten: of their character firefly!


I hope you like it! ;v;


Firefly (c) *converse-kitten
Art (c) me~!
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datviperfangs Jun 5, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
kewl
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:iconpsychicllamas:
it's not a "Commish:: Converse-kitten." to me it looks like a wolf first of all and on top of that its a rainbow tail soo yea.
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:iconkingneroche:
KingNeroche May 29, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
it's a commission, that title is the username of the person who bought it lmao

you're 5 months late
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Zereverefano Dec 23, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
nice...
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:iconcowelk:
First off, I just want to say that the way you are able to create the weight and folds of clothing is amazing. Somehow you portray baggy clothing without completely loosing the form beneath. The jeans this cat is wearing are completely life-like, the folds around the knees and seams are simply incredible. Those big, fluffy but correct paws top the whole thing off.
The one thing that puts me off personally about this drawing is the cat's head. Cats usually have much squarer or rounder heads and substantial cheeks that come into play with the placement of the eyes. When you start sketching feline heads, it might help to start off with a square instead of a circle, and adding some ovals to help build up the cheeks. The eyes are set quite deep into the cat's head, so having more form around them keeps the eyes from looking like they are floating. I apologize if this isn't making much sense, I tend to be terrible with words.
Here are a few links that I've found helpful.
[link] Mostly the plates are of lions, but big cat anatomy can be helpful when working with their domestic counterpart. They also have a great selection of dog anatomy.
[link] Feel free to ignore the 'Warrior Cat' title.
[link] A tad bit more stylized. A great and helpful tutorial.

Hope you're having a fantastic Monday. I love that new icon of yours.
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:iconkingneroche:
KingNeroche Dec 17, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Actually, that's a great idea! I'm familiar with cats heads being more squarish in structure, but it never occurs to me to form it as such in my drawing beyond keeping in mind the snout/eyes/ears. I've always had trouble drawin cats that's for sure. I can't seem to apply my knowledge when it comes to it.

I'm defiantly going to have to do some freesketches of different cats sometime.

and thank you! I adore it ;v;
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converse-kitten Dec 16, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
this is amazing, thanks uwu!
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:iconkingneroche:
KingNeroche Dec 16, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
of course! glad you like it!
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:iconazorium:
SO many rainbows! What a cute character!
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