Sonitweek C
(@manucote)

Racing Tiger
Racing Tiger by Sonitweek C (@manucote)

Just a cute little pic of Little Zak and his Tiger plush

I love to draw them together!

Category:
Furry / Anthropomorphic
Rating:
Everyone
Class:
Finished Work
Submitted:
17 years and 173 days ago
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Posted: Tuesday, 22 February, 2005 @ 10:04 PM

Holy crap! O_O I didn't know you still uploaded onto Side7.

Posted: Wednesday, 23 February, 2005 @ 04:35 PM

Zaks soooo cute in this pic!! =9 And I just wanna hug the biggy tiger! ^^ I love your artwork....I'm so envious! But pleaz tell me, how do you color so good with prismacolor pencils? . Just wanna know since I not all that good with them. -.-' Anyways, I think your art is always the best!!

Posted: Saturday, 12 November, 2005 @ 10:48 PM

Hey, Manue! Your prisma marker works are always a pleasure to see! Great work on both their poses!

Posted: Wednesday, 14 January, 2009 @ 05:06 AM

Now that is some sweet looking coloring and shading detail. I was taken aback by the sheer rainbow of colors hitting my eyes upon viewing this little beauty of a piece and you have done an awesome job of keeping the drawing clean and free of eraser mistakes like some artists leave behind. You deffinately have your own style and it shows, the pose is very well done and the expression on the characters face is priceless. I can tell you put a good deal of time and a lot of careful attention to the shading in this picture which also surprsied me at how well you did the shading on all parts of each character...the lack of background really accents the usage of color and broadens the mind to the wonders of what is truly going on in the picture.

Bravo A + work

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