Cave Cat Process

Another commission was doing the “cave cat”. Like the mimic, I started with a few rough sketches based on a written description I got:

Like before, the client picked a version he liked, with a few ideas and suggestions for tweaking the inks and colors. I like to label the versions so its easier to refer to them while in conversation. Its real easy because the client can say something like “I want to see the pose of C1 with the body type of A1 and the colors of B2″. And I know exactly what he means.

I came back with some final inks, and this time instead of slapping the colors on, I indicated the palette with little swatches next to the inks. I don’t know why I did it this way, but it works.

This time I had two finals, seen below:

Nice, huh? If you got an idea you want to see on paper, shoot me an email and we’ll work something out! I’m at juliahut6(at)gmail.com