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Ice, Four Forms by caramitten Ice, Four Forms by caramitten
Ice, my white were-arctichyena-elemental-warrior-thing . ;} Here are four of his most common guises: human, large hyena, anthropomorphic hyena, elemental war-beast. Watercolor, ink, gouache.
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KidFreakBuu Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2011
Good draw. Is the werehyena a Gnoll? And the biggest one a elite gnoll called Flind? I play D&D 3.5 and i love these creatures :juggle:
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tomasfourhorns Featured By Owner May 22, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Cool, literally. :]
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Xerxan Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
hyena=awesome
werewolf=awesome
magical ice bending werehyena=BADASS
great job
keep it up
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Lyriel-Aelorothi Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2005
Hmm, this would make a fanatastic Lunar Exalted in some sort of massive Deadly Beastman Transformation form...bravo! :+fav:
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jekylnhyde Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2005
Is the guy to scale with the rest of his forms?
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riikka Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2005
That is wonderful. For some reason I am really fond for blue so I really like this picture.
I like the anthropomorphic hyena's expression. There is just something about it.
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epiphonic Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2004   Digital Artist
is it just me, or is there a little bit of atmospheric theory in there?
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SilverPoot Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2004
Cara, what kind of ink you use for the ink? Is that what gouche means? I am trying to find a good ink to use for watercolor drawings.
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caramitten Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2004  Professional Traditional Artist
Hey! :D I don't use any special sort of ink... just as long as it's waterproof and fade-proof.

Gouache is a type of paint... it's much like opaque watercolor, but easier to re-work once dry. (Just reapply water) It can be tricky, but it's well worth the experimentation!
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SilverPoot Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2004
Okee! Thank you for clarifying! Your work turns out so beautiful by the way. I love it. :3
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