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Tropical Trader by JayAxer Tropical Trader by JayAxer
This is Tayce, a long tailed lizard girl. A career trader for her post in the forested a scarcely populated areas, she has a playful attitude yet is quite sharp.
This one will end up in colour.

pencil an techpens on typing paper.
Thanks~
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Neo-Draco Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2011
Awesome!
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Jrakob Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I like her shorts :D
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CarzyGoose Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2011
great work
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DarkKamikazi Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2007
:eyepopping:
then
:omg:
then
:drool"
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DarkKamikazi Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2007
made an oppsys....its :drool:
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humanofprey Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I particularly love anthros with human-like hands and feet. This one is not an exception :love:

Nice work :thumbsup:
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Genbe89 Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2006
I love her feet
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seel-dingo Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2006
oh my god, those legs and feet!!! XD i love them. and i love how her hair is so....energetic. this is gunna look amazing in colour :3
speaking of that, about how long does it take you to colour a pic? like, if it were just the character and no background?

anyway, great job with the lines again.....*can't stop staring at her feet*
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carnival Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2006  Professional Traditional Artist
Phat-tail and lizard and TOES. 8'D

..what i am noticing more and more iz your ability to have parallel lines so EVEN next to each-other. o_o do you use any tools for that?
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JayAxer Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2006
I just use my shaky hand and my pen. I tend to ink more like painting, sketching the line acorss to keep it parallel instead of using one single stroke.
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