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#1 2008-06-07 11:09:03

subphonic
Pilgrim
From: UK
Registered: 2004-05-02
Posts: 47

Another Lady Porcupine...

I know everyone does Lady P. but I was reading Sahi's summary and started doodling...this is a VERY rough biro sketch of what I'm going for:

http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b378/ … sketch.jpg

Any advice would be greatly appreciated (I couldn't see in the summary if her hair was black or white, I know the question has been asked before but does anyone know off-hand?)

Tim.

EDIT: meant to say summary is really useful, Sahi for preparing it!

Last edited by subphonic (2008-06-07 12:45:02)

 

#2 2008-06-07 14:47:38

Sahi
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Re: Another Lady Porcupine...

Everyone does her? I've seen only two or three pictures so far! And the summary was made because I AM the lady porcupine and definitely want more pictures. :) Just so as maybe one of them will look like something I could base a costume on...

And if her hair colour isn't in the summary, then it wasn't in the first book. I simply took all the lines of description from the digital version. (So unless it was one of the edits made for the paper publication it wasn't in there.)


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#3 2008-06-07 17:04:18

subphonic
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From: UK
Registered: 2004-05-02
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Re: Another Lady Porcupine...

:) I'll get working on a final version then...and I'll stick with black hair.

I think she need's to be more sinister and more feminine in my next draft. And maybe have a bigger head!

Not sure about a costume though as I was going for the 'plate mail bristling with spikes' look.

 
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