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    Last edited by dischord; April 24th, 2011 at 01:33 PM. Reason: pictures long gone...
    OMG! INVISIBLE TEXT! ... and a future sketchbook will maybe be linked soon.
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    Don't make the cat look so dead hehe, it might make things worse

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    I really feel for you... and I know all about drawing a picture of your cat after its passing. I've got too many pictures like that. It's a lovely idea, and I hope your friend will appreciate it!

    I can't give any crits at this stage - volume and mass look fine, as does the fluffy texture, especially considering that you say you're not good with hair. The only tip I could give you would be to make sure that the features of the cat shouldn't just say "cat" but "Harvey", but I can't judge that and it looks as if you don't need such basic advice. So I'm mainly looking forward to seeing this progress.

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    Well, obviously, you'll have to be the judge of whether it's any cat or Harvey. But I can give you an example of what I meant: I am certain that I could recognize any cat I've ever had even if it had just been given a blue paint job. I can recognize cats' features. If I can distinguish them, I can draw them. But I can't distinguish between two horses of the same race, for example, because I don't know a horse's "facial landscape" well enough.

    But as I said, judging by how this pic looks light now, I'm pretty certain you can capture a specific cat's features.

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