Jaegermeister sports a deer on it’s bottles so this bottle clearly can’t be Jaegermeister 😉 but that little deer just couldn’t resist a cup.
This was made with copic marker, liner, and paint pen. Sometimes you see me type paint pen and sometimes copic paint. The difference is sometimes, if the marker isn’t dry, the color will leek through the paint pen but you can remove it with a wet finger. Copic paint has to go on with a paint brush and doesn’t come off without removing marker but the marker doesn’t seep through.
What makes a sugar glider so sweet?
Made with copic markers and liners this guy really likes his drinks sweet. So many animals are brown but luckily there are plenty of bright colored drinks to do with them. I almost put an umbrella with this little guy but decided it would just muddy up the pic.
So many copic colors go into a single 2″ animal. 14 markers before I’ve even added in shadows. The liner is copic too. It only took me about 20 min to get the basic sketch onto paper but then I transferred it, colored it, and now I’m blogging it.
When doing a commission you need to make sure you add in little personal touches. The right shades of color helps a lot. If you can add in a way they hold themselves or tilt their heads it really makes it read x person or furson.
anthrocon is just around the corner and I’m working hard to get art done for the art auction. This is just a glimps of what I plan on putting up. Don’t forget to check it out. Or better yet volunteer to help out those busy folks at anthrocon’s art auction.