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Oh, is it love by Colonels-Corner Oh, is it love by Colonels-Corner
Quick sketch of some sweet dogs C: I feel like I always doodle them in these poses, but apparently I haven't colored any yet!
I always get an itch to draw Jafari after seeing my mom's great danes!

Jafari belongs to me
Carmen belongs to *Toucat
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T0X1K-H0P3 Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2013  Student General Artist
awww! so sweet ^^
fazzle Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2013  Professional General Artist
too CUTE
leader-1987 Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2013
my!! this is a truest love ;W;
KiRAWRa Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2013
oh my gosh, so super adorable ♥
SwanLullaby Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Lovely scene!
ForestEcho Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
D'oh, I'm really liking this one. Scratchy looking, quick but it's got a type of charm that just-- My heart just popped. ;w;
Colonels-Corner Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2013
Haha yeah, scratchy is a good word to define it XD thanks!
LiimLsan Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2012  Student Filmographer
Adorable and touching! Those flowers in his mouth just look fit to collapse...all the more precious.

Reminds me I oughtta make an animation test out of this one dog two blocks over - rough collie missing her right foreleg... when running she has the most adorbable galumph, and it takes her about a minute of shambling to stand up from a lounging position. It'd be a challenge, eh?
Colonels-Corner Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2013
Haha, yep, mostly just weeds!

I'll remind you again! Sounds like fun, although half the time my walk cycles end up with a gimp anyways if i'm not paying any attention XD
LiimLsan Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Student Filmographer
Ah, children and dogs. Only they can get away with presenting wilted dandelions in a clenched fist as a profound gift of love. (Wheras we have to cultivate bonsais or buy our own orchids or assemble our own and hope that we didn't say "I want to fuck your cat" in Victorian Flower Code.)

Walk cycles always have one leg that drags too long, that looked perfectly balanced in still frame but look oddly limpy in animation.
One of my personal solutions was a John Carey walk. Some of his animation for Bob McKimson (think the opening of "Rebel Rabbit") he was using a model with legs so stumpy with strides so widely planned, that he simply bulled ahead and moved the character in the most cartoony strides you ever saw... as in, the characters moved so far and stretched so fast that on the down pose, their crotch was inches off the ground. XD Reminder to myself that animation sometimes needs to goddamn move!
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