Catherine Fitzsimmons
(@Jinx)

by Catherine Fitzsimmons (@Jinx)

Another old nondescript action pose, again done for experimentation. Drawn spring 2002, as with others long finished in my gallery. If anyone out there has suggestions for a background for this picture or the previous, I'd love to hear 'em.

Category:
Furry / Anthropomorphic
Rating:
Everyone
Class:
Finished Work
Submitted:
18 years and 275 days ago
Tags:
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Comments & Critiques (3)

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Posted: Sunday, 29 February, 2004 @ 11:34 PM

Yeah, the lack of highlights save for the hair was intentional in this one. It actually seems a little more realistic this way, as not most objects about a person (or furry, as it were), certainly not in this guy's case, would reflect light so much. Truth be told, I added highlights to the previous picture because it looked a little empty without something more, but this one is a little busier in the way of patterns and colors and such.

Hmm, interesting idea for backgrounds. I couldn't do that with the existing picture, given that I scanned these small (what's shown is only 50% of the full scanned image), but a separate head shot with maybe some interesting border effects... may have to try that one out. Thanks for the suggestion.

And thanks for the comment!

Posted: Wednesday, 10 November, 2004 @ 04:00 PM

I LOVE IT!!! ^O^ So cool, and SO hot, this is just awesome. You have a killer style! Keep it up!

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