More practice in drawing kimono; the figure was loosely modeled after a photo in a Japanese book about sewing kimono (alas, I can't find it to cite the actual title right now). Prismacolor markers and colored pencils with Micron pen on Bristol Board. Copyright 2002 Bridget E. Wilde.
A silver fox night goddess, done for Anthrocon. Prismacolor markers, colored pencils, metallic gel pen, and Micron pen on Bristol board, 11"x14". Pose and drapery based on a vintage postcard. Copyright 2003 Bridget E. Wilde.
A Japanese fox in the style of an Edo period screen painting. Pose inspired by a print by Utamaro. Done for the Confurence art show. Prismacolor markers, colored pencils, Micron pen, and gold gel pen on Bristol Board. Copyright 2003 Bridget E. Wilde
Unlike most grey tabbies, my cat Sakura is a very subtle grey-on-grey, with no black markings in her fur at all.I've been meaning to anthro-fy her for some time, and she finally ended up arranging cherry blossoms in a kimono. Go figure. Prismacolor markers and colored pencil on Bristol Board.
"Double Happiness - Double Date" Dahlia and Orchid spiffed up in cheongsams for a date. The medallion behind them is the Chinese "Double Happiness" - usually it is displayed at weddings, but I thought it applicable to this as well. Prismacolor markers and colored pencils with Micron pen on Bristol Board.
My husband suggested I draw a fox in a snowball fight. It wasn't until I started sketching that I realized I haven't seen real SNOW for several years now... Prismacolor markers and colored pencils on Bristol Board.
This started out as a sketch of a $15,000 dress in a bridal magazine, and ended up almost nothing like the source. Which is just as well - who can afford a dress like that? Prismacolor markers and colored pencils on Bristol Board.