Vindicator Mock-up

Posted May 12, 2019, 1:15:52 PM UTC

I posted this on Weasyl and Furaffinity and thought I should share it here as well. I was pretty proud of the result. This of course was intended to be a mere concept for what I think the style could look like for Vindicator, though it'll probably take some tweaking to make sure the trees don't look so flat like they do here.

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  • May 18, 2019, 6:17:45 PM UTC
    turned out well. I like the colors/shadings on your character.

    i'd suggest spending time studying the shapes of trees. find some reference material on pinterest or google image search
  • May 15, 2019, 6:00:09 AM UTC
    I just saw more of the tags as I hit the Add comment button, woops! He has interesting coloration, I like how you didn't rely on unnatural colors to make him distinct, he has a solid design.
  • May 15, 2019, 5:57:58 AM UTC
    The background came out nicely here, good progress Smile What species is this fellow? He reminds me of a wolf but his snout is short.
    • May 16, 2019, 3:53:54 PM UTC
      Thanks, I think so too.
      Sirhan himself is a kynosa. Basically a jinmenken or a sphinx dog, but they're wolves instead of dogs. I imagined it being a unique idea for an otherworldly themed story. Big Smile
      • May 22, 2019, 6:11:11 AM UTC
        I haven't heard much of sphinx dogs, but I'm not into open/closed races like that so that would explain it heh.
        • May 27, 2019, 5:36:15 PM UTC
          Well, they're not really an open or closed race/species, they're just something I came up with for the show. The dogs in my story are called jinmenkens rather than sphinxes since the sphinxes are strictly cats and flightless griffins in my story. One of my brothers challenged me with the idea of a wolf variant which I thought was pretty unique and I liked it enough to make it a part of the story.
          • May 27, 2019, 5:38:27 PM UTC
            I just thought maybe it would fit in to the story's otherworldly nature since it's not typically something that would be seen.