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Red Squirrel


Day 105 of illustrating everyday!  I really like this squirrel.  I am very pleased with how this squirrel turned out.  That said..I took a wee bit too long today and I know it is a Saturday and I should be relaxing but I suck at it.  I finished animating my loop for this month for loopdeloop and I am very pleased with that and it is now off to sound..my friend Daniel Waghorn will be working on it.  Hopefully we'll get it submitted on Monday!  I am just glad to have it finished.

So I finished my loop this morning, went to the gym and did this drawing.  Shortly, I have to organize my taxes for Monday.  Sigh...I hate doing taxes.  I also need to make some badge designs for tonight and do some character designs for a job that I want to hand in on Monday.  That said, I am spending most of the day drawing with friends tomorrow and I am looking forward to it!   I will most likely do some character designs then too!  That said...always a good idea to do some ahead of a day of fun.  I am also inspired to do some more fish bone type designs/paintings.  I want to make one to specifically display at the local cafe.

On another note...I saw a person...self satisfying himself in public today.  Tsk, tsk.  I guess he got the urge and couldn't wait.

This piece was done with Flash and Photoshop.

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  1. This wondrful squirrel must be dear friends with your fancy fox...I love them both!!
    xo J~

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  2. gorgeous. (*_*) i'd love to see it painted on the back of a fashionable old n trashy wooden armchair(the chair would ofc be blue). simply just lovely. <3

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