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Cillie the Silly Shepherd by UncleScooter Cillie the Silly Shepherd by UncleScooter
A follow-up to a piece with an anthropomorphic Tyrra- [link]

Here we have Cecilia (or "Cillie") the German Shepherd gal in all her glory.

Compared to Tyrra's body type as an anthro, I felt that Cillie should have a body that's a little "buxom" than the husky's: larger boobs, wider hips (a bigger butt), a more toned-looking stomach, as she is a working dog. Basically, Cillie would essentially be the knock-out beauty with an unbelievable body (the beauty mark is a clue to her hotness factor).

I particularily had fun drawing her..."eyes" :P
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k-h116 Dec 27, 2012  Student General Artist
wow like shelooks cute :)
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Nice! I'd say she came out just right!
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UncleScooter Apr 27, 2011  Professional Artist
Thanks! :)
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Ric-M Mar 20, 2011   Digital Artist
Nice once again :) Going to sound like a broken record but you know I think you made the right choice in body type for Cillie here, and that's good because you don't want all of them to have the same body :lol: her beauty mark is a nice touch too.

As far as constructive criticism goes I only have one: the pose that you've done here works really well, especially since it's a pinup; where you have a tilt or diagonal going on in the picture because of the twist with the hips or torso. And of course since these kinda poses like you have here definitely help accent the natural curves of the body :) Later down the pike, if you've made anymore of these pinups I can see you're poses and body types getting more diverse after you've done enough of them. I can see you turning this into a series :)
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UncleScooter Mar 21, 2011  Professional Artist
Much obliged- true, then they'd all just be cheap carbon copies. Thanks, there's just something about those little dark facial spots that shriek of sexiness- Monroe was definitely the trendsetter for that.

Glad you think so- at first, I wanted to do something with her hands or her arms stretched over her head, but sadly wussed out and drew them behind her back (and over her tush). Thanks, the more pinup girls you see, the better them curves shall be, along with poses :XD:

Trust me, there will definitely be more of these. Now that you've mentioned it, a series sounds like a pretty good idea. Starting to contemplate that Raquel Rabbit's body type will be that of a gal who's big, yet beautiful (same with that wolf mom from that throwaway joke I drew- yeah, thinking about drawing her all anthro and pinup sexified, too- a real lupine MILF)- [link] ;P
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Ric-M Mar 21, 2011   Digital Artist
Yeah man if you can make it work, go for it :D I mean it's cool too that not only is it just a series of pinups but also a series of character designs as well. It's a lot of drawing, but the more you draw the better :lol:

And you're welcome man. Like I said earlier the pose works despite not doing what you originally intended to do :) And again, I think if you just keep at it, like do more of these pieces, I can imagine you doing pretty much anything you want in terms of posing. Which is why I think a series is not such a bad idea. I hate including myself in a conversation but you know this is also why I'm doing a separate portfolio for these "chibi-esque" characters of at least 10-20 (aiming for 20 before the semester's over xD), so I know I could be efficient and competent in another style and have found a way to execute it in my own way after doing a bunch of them. Because after you've done say 15 pinup pieces give or take, just imagine how much more comfortable you'll be doing pinups and you'd officially have enough pieces to declare it a series/style :)

sorry that I type too much ^^;
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UncleScooter Mar 22, 2011  Professional Artist
My hand may look like beef jerky with bones near the end of it all, but who the funky hell cares? All in the name of artistic progress, I say! =D

Hey, that's alright- sounds like you've got everything planned out for your portfolio; the chibi-style being consistent in that series seems like a cool idea, too. By the way, you're always welcome to do one of Tyrra if you want ;) Anything you had in mind once the semester's over?

Well, the more I do these, the more of a challenge I wanna set up for the poses and what-not. Even more so of a challenge, I'm gonna run out of anthro characters soon, but that'll just make me want to do the human girl characters next. In all honesty, I'm more comfortable doing that kind of art nowadays then back when I first started out :)

Dude, it's not your fault- blame society and the return of swing music :XD:
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"There he goes. One of God’s own prototypes. A high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live and too rare to die.”- Raoul Duke (“Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas”, 1998)
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UncleScooter Mar 14, 2011  Professional Artist
You know it! ;)
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"There he goes. One of God’s own prototypes. A high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live and too rare to die.”- Raoul Duke (“Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas”, 1998)
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