Drunkimals – A very Mary Snow Leopard

A snow leopard eagerly looking forward to his Bloody Mary. Man it is going to take him forever to get the red out of the fur around his mouth.

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Done with copic markers, liners, and paint. Shades of red can be complex. Is your red pinkish or orangish? Red can be hot or warm unlike many other colors. Blue is cool, green is warm, etc. gray can be both too. In the case above the red is warm, the snow leopard is cool, and the shadows are… Warm.  Frequently people think of cool colors as cold and warm colors as hot. Orange and yellow are warm colors like the sun. Blue is cool like snow and no snow isn’t white. Take a peak at your colors see how their heat affects the piece and how the colors match or don’t. 
Available in bookmark and 5×7 print. 

Drunkimals – I do declare, it’s a mint Pangolin

A Pangolin and Mint Julep. There is nothing like something mint flavored and icy on a warm day.

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Done with copic markers and liners. Names are a tricky thing. If you just name  things with what’s in it you’ll start running into duplication issues. Maybe not so much with pangolin’s but how many husky’s with tennis ball do you think an artist working with furries might draw? I do declare, it’s a mint pangolin might be a tad bit long but it’s got some fun behind it. 
Available in bookmark and 5×7 print. 

Drunkimals – St. Benard

You knew there was a reason he carried around spirits in the barrel…

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This is done with copic markers, liners, and opaque white paint. The copic white paint was used to highlight the chocolate shine to show it’s high gloss. I used blender pen to bring in the color of the cream and give it a fuzzy edge that looks more natural on a white product. 
Bookmarks and prints available. Look for the original at anthrocon. 

Drunkimals РPeacock Margaritaville 

 Margarita’s are a fancy drink and fancy animals need fancy drinks. 

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Made with copic markers, liners, and paint. When dealing with a pattern you need to remember how the color changes with the curves, shadows, depth, etc… Remembering where your lightsource is can be tricky. Make a small mark somewhere to remind yourself. 
Available in bookmark and 5×7 print.