''Primal Instincts''

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''Primal Instincts''

Author Comments

Well... finally. This one sure was an interesting change of pace, to say the least... I mean DAMN bro! I never thought that drawing and painting fur was THAT different of a challenge but, for all of you guys interested in trying to become the next Jay Naylor, but haven't EVER drawn furries before... just keep in mind you'll probably have to change the way you approach your piece... a lot... mostly in shading and lighting.

Anyway, here's my representation of Amber, a squirrel gal (now that's weird... although internetwise this is pretty common, IK) working at her night club "Primal Instincts" (I hope I got that right, bro... And BTW, let's hope it's far from my dear Nym's "Original Sin"... otherwise the cat fight would be... actually, a nice sight to behold... xD). She's an OC owned by Drake-Rex.

Whatever, hope ya furries and non furries alike enjoy. SARABA!!!

Fate out!!!


very nice well done

Fatelogic responds:

Ty ^^

very nice piece wat ever ur resorvations about fur are completely unoticed next to ur skill

Fatelogic responds:

Glad u see it that way ^^

She really brings out my wild side.

Fatelogic responds:


It's very amazing. Great work buddy. I can see with the painting of fur being a challenge but you did a fantastic job with it. I love it! ^_^

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Fatelogic responds:

Thx bro.

My "Primal Instincts" are definitly kicking in!! X3

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I see what u did there.

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Credits & Info

4.51 / 5.00

Feb 13, 2013 | 9:01 PM EST
File Info
1500 x 2129 px
1.7 mb

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