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So I has this shiny... by terceleto So I has this shiny... by terceleto
Gift for Cyera on WoW.

We (Naiwi, Cy, and I) were talking yesterday and she mentioned that a Chipmunk-Owl critter would be cute. She was right, it is VERY cute. I kind of want one. The trouble is, what would it eat? (itself?!)

Rufous morph Eastern Screech-owl and Eastern Chipmunk gryphon. Prismacolour pencils and Sakura pens on paperboard. This is actually on part of the top of one of my pyro boxes from work, heh.

Character belongs to Cyera. Art copyright E. A. Hensel ~isiriu. Cy may re-distribute.
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DUBSTEP-banana Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2012  Student General Artist
NAWWWW omg sooo cute :D I love the pose and its face :meow:
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terceleto Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you :D
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DUBSTEP-banana Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2012  Student General Artist
Its coolies :3
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DesmodiaDesigns Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
is there a reason why you painted it on a paperboard surface?
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terceleto Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
It's what I had in my truck at work. I tend to destroy ordinary paper when I draw and keeping a full sheet of cardstock un-dented in my work truck is a bit of a joke. Instead I used the top off one of my boxes that supplies come in.

I also prefer not having a white background, it's a little easier on the eyes when working in bright light.
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DesmodiaDesigns Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Yes bright backgrounds can be horrorfull D:
Good work though!
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terceleto Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
They really can. It probably wouldnt be half bad it I could be bothered to draw in a background, but they just don't hold my attention. The trouble I have is if I can't finish something in 2-3 hours, I'm mentally 'over it' and become apathetic and enraged that it has taken so long to finish.... then when I finally do finish it, because of the apathy I let things slide that shouldn't so it doesn't look "right" which only adds to the rage. It shuts me down as an artist because I think 'WEll, I spent 5 hours on that piece of trash so why bother"
Drawing used to be theraputic, it became a chore, and then it became 'not worth it' anymore. I fear that's what's happening in my professional life, too, although the apathy really can't creep in to my view on the subjects with which I work. Yes, I can be rather biased and dislike some of the birds, but I know I have to be 100% because their lives are in my hands (something people that work with animals really need to understand if they don't already).

So sorry for the convoluted and probably un-related ramble.

and Thanks :)
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DesmodiaDesigns Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I can understand that. I have bug problems to draw a picture in more than one session. On the one hand I can't stop, but on the other hand I have no patience after several hours of work.I'm afraid, that I have a "bad-hand-day" (some days I just can't draw!?) when I want to finish it, or that I won't be in mood to finish it D:
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terceleto Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
I know what you mean about the 'bad hand day'... it's really strange how it seems to go. One day everything is flowing perfect, then the next, nothing looks right no matter what.
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DesmodiaDesigns Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm happy I'm not the only one with bad hand days haha.
I think another problem is that there is no certain style I have so that pictures that I have drawn in multiple sessions may look like just puzzled together. :/
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