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Hi! I'm trying Newgrounds out for the first time, and I'm getting my gallery started by posting 25 of my favourite pieces. This is the last one!

This was originally posted on 27/04/2020. It was originally for a university project where we were supposed to make an Etsy page and sell a piece of art on it, but due to complications related to you-know-what we ended up only having to make a mockup for said page. And after the project, I polished this pic up a fair bit more and posted it on my personal channels. I really like the atmosphere in this one, but I feel like the composition could have been more dynamic. I was happy with the guitar though, considering it was basically my first time drawing one!

I originally drew this ocelot years ago (2, to be precise) for my old daily drawing challenge.


Full sketch page

I liked her design, so I took the opportunity to bring her back and give her a name: Gabriela.

This drawing had a longer history than most. You can see the version I submitted in the actual project as pic #4 on this timeline:


(higher res here)

The rough, #3, also had a version with Gabriela in black and white, and I ended up going in between.

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Excellent, the shade effect is just amazingly well done, so the anatomy is. I don't have many words to describe how good illustration is, because English is not my usual lenguaje, but damn, this is just too good. Buen trabajo, よくできました, bon travail.

Even thought i'm not 100% furry, this is a very good work.

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4.91 / 5.00

Oct 13, 2020
11:09 AM EDT
File Info
1011 x 1280 px
2.1 MB

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