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Tisitanian druids are like elves sort of....
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FiveElemenets Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That is SSooooo good!!!!!!
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someday-evermore Featured By Owner May 30, 2007   Photographer
A :penguin: walked through here.
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forrgotenrose Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
it thats the dog with all the differnt directions on one coller?
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:iconkiki-doodle:
kiki-doodle Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
It's the same species. A type of creature called an Eisna.
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Celeserenity Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2006   Photographer
This is apsolutely awesome :) Well done!
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silentsamurai Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2006
YOu improve so much...wow....thanks for the drawing 101. hee
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Soaringdragon0 Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2006
Cannot believe how long I've been holding off on commenting on this 8D; What can I say? I like the expressions on here (especially Lommy's), that eisna cub is one of the fluffiest things I have ever seen, and the background is really well done, too.

And hooray for adding highlights with acrylic! (if memory serves, that's what you used, right? Or was it a special kind of pen?)
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kiki-doodle Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
I used white gel pen in this case :)
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DemonLog Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2006  Hobbyist
Yay! They're not cross-eyed anymore! Their ears are a bit small, though... (they don't reach from the eye to the nose, but then again this is experemntal ear-anatomy, nay?). Yarr, I'm being over-observant again, somebody stop me, please.

In any case, this is such an adorable picture! I want todraw Lynn-druid now, and even if it's alright with one's friend, his druid-character, too. How fun, how fun that would be!
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kiki-doodle Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
Hehee, I'll say for him that he wouldn't mind :p
And I think it would be cool!

Yeah, you're right, the ears aren't long enough, but I think they would look weird if they were stretched... hym.
I'll experiment.
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DemonLog Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2006  Hobbyist
Hmm... now with permission I, too, shall begin experimentations *evil grin* I have found, however, that you can still make the ears look narrow and "small"-ish even if they have a larger base.
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TromBebop Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2006
oh and that is definately a kevin face
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kiki-doodle Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
I know, lol. It makes me laugh even looking at it.
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TromBebop Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2006
Mera, you put me in wonder and awe every time i set foot upon your page.
I love the detail, and yesh, Lynn looks likeyou - slap the brother!!!
I want an esina. To hold and pet. I want to feed one a leaf too!
W shall work on this animal hybrid esina project ( that's in the open now isnt it? )
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ShiningDragon Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2006   Photographer
Awww..... The cub is so cute!
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lommy-the-bard Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006   Writer
I will have hair like that soon enough ...
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:iconkiki-doodle:
kiki-doodle Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
hehee^^ t'would be cool.
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Happy-Pants Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
hehe, That's adorable. I like it and I think it looks like you too :D
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dark-dragon-Path Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006
Very cute eisna cub in Lynn's lap ^.=.^
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Darkeiya Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The colors fit with the overall tone of the picture, and the wood... looks like wood.
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paladinofthelantern Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006  Hobbyist Writer
It looks nice. :)
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cupil Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006
I love the forest setting and the characters look great, their staffs are pretty cool too. Aw, cute little Eisna cub.
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xDragonfirex Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006
Yay I finally got to see it finished =p
It looks great mera. I love the expressions too XD
The eisna cub looks quite nice too. This coloring is great too. It blends together nicely.
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Riok Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006
Great colors :) Well done :D
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Sion-Azuko Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006
whatever Lynn is holding is adorable! =D
i just want to hold it.....and feed it a leaf.....
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kiki-doodle Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
It's an eisna cub :)
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Ceven05 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006
this looks very nice :)
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Cat-Star4 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That is really neat! I love the esina!
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teslabluey Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006
Pretty. ^^ It's got a Native American feel to it, at least to me. I think it's the feathers in Lynn's hair, and the whole "with nature" theme.
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ShinigamiHarpy Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
It's so sweet.
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Katimazie Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006
Wow! This one is pure amazement!

I love the expressions and the details! I like Lynn too. XD I want to hold an Eisna cub. So cuuute.... :excited:

The feathers in her hair reminded me of something interesting: My Sensi, who is part of an Apache tribe, once told me and my class that to wear feathers in your hair is a sign of honor, because it means you have done something brave. Since they're also a mark of a warrior, they can be used to indicate a state of war. If the feathers are lying back, that means it is a state of peace, but if they're straight up, that means that it's a state of war.

He then said he loves the old pictures of settlers meeting native americans where you can clearly see that the feathers are straight up. ^^;
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kiki-doodle Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
hahaa, that's really cool. Nifty :D
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DodgerThirteen Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is really amazing for a marker work, considering the amount they bleed...o.0
I'm faving this. It's a really pretty scene and done so well...
~Kay
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RadiantGlyph Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
I think you should be proud of that work, it's really nicely done. Not only is the lineart nice and well-defined, but the colour and the texture of the medium is really really nice and adds a marvellous touch of atmosphere to the work in general. I'm loving the expressions ^^ And the details are fantastic!
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kitsa-kat Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Very nicely done, it almost looks as if it's been done on wood. Very nice details. Nice highlighting.
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aqua-dragon Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006
wow :wow: totally awesome! O.=.O How long did this take?

and... is this done with markers? wow .. o.=.o *favs*
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kiki-doodle Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
Hym, it actually took a lot longer than most of my works, but that's partially due to my working on it on and off for awhile. The total time counting breaks would be around 20 days from when I started the sketch, to when I completed it yesterday morning.
Of course, Most of the time I didn't work on it at all, or I would only do a bit during the extra time I had at class... because of that, I have no idea on an estimate for actual hours worked. I can say, however, that the coloring for a full image like this would take at least an hour of concentrative coloring, because you have to pay attention to the values of your markers and make sure you blend them. IT doesn't take as long as painting, however, because you can't stop once you start coloring a certain section or else the marker dries, and it'll create odd lines in your work.

and yes. pure prismacolor marker with just a hint of jell pen for the highlights.
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aqua-dragon Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2006
20 days, that's quite long, but all the time isn't wasted, this picture look great ^^ I think the longer a picture takes to fisnish, the better it is.. :nod:

I always like working with markers, but I hate it that they are so expensive, I have Tria and Copic markers, the Prisma's arn't here in holland :(
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kiki-doodle Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
Tria and copic are higher quality, but they're more expensive, heh... I want a set of them once I make enough money :p
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aqua-dragon Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2006
yeah.. I have just 30 markers.. they cost me all my money .__. €8,- for one Tria.. omg.. too expensive...
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