Crouching low she watches her prey. Its shinny wrapper gleaming in the sun. The click-klack of talons and nails can be heard softly as she moves quickly to her next hiding place. She eyes the prey again and snickers with a rustle of wings. She is close now. She can smell the chocolate. She sinks low, ready to pounce. And she---
Now this is a darling piece. I love the lightheartedness of this piece it is so fun. The color working is great.
Thanks Jay! You've offically caused everyone to give me weird looks here at the library for laughing out loud. But ah yes, the peanutbutter cups... they wouldn't survive for 5 seconds! I fear you know me all too well...
Another very strong display of traditional work that shows to us how you have not only mastered much more of your anatomy and become quite perfected within drawing your mascot, but how you have raelly nailed coloured in a jaw dropping way.
The pose of the character about to pounce on their pray (chocolate in this case) is excellent and raelly shows off a thrill of excitment to obtain it. This is brought out the excellent additions of colour that has always allowed the work to have that sense of thrill.
As mentioned, colour has always been your shinning point in your work and this is another fine example of talent that keeps going. Your sharp additions of shading is strong and the amount of colour really makes the work feel alive.
Crikey! It looks loike this creatcha, known as Chakotay, is stawlkin' ahp oin 'er prey; a wild chocolate bah. And it looks loike it's pretteh injured; with that papah skin tohrn off loike that, this hunt won't take too long.
... Forgive me. I had to. Yay for terribly typed attempts at Australian accents! Love the pose! ^^
*gryph-grins* Actually, I love trying to figure out how to type/write an accent... it's the only time you can deliberately misspell a word and get away with it. It's kinda fun. I like zee French ones zee best...