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Mona Tutorial - step by step

Mona Tutorial - step by step

Mona Tutorial - step by step by TeeJay87
Mona Tutorial - step by step by TeeJay87



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Category Comics » - Newspaper Comics (strips) » Garfield
Date Submitted
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Comments 16
Media Digital drawing or painting
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Teal666 on May 18, 2016, 1:21:26 PM

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Teal666Just curious, how come you draw the lady cats from Garfield in animal print bikinis and heels with semi realistic proportions? :0

TeeJay87 on May 18, 2016, 1:27:06 PM

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TeeJay87If you dislike those concepts, nobody is forcing you to view those pictures.
Unless you have pleasure in commenting stuff you find unpleasant.

Teal666 on May 18, 2016, 1:54:13 PM

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Teal666I never said I didn't like it, and I never said I protested against it. I just asked why you chose to do so. You can draw whatever you like! 
I just asked why you do, since the Garfield cartoons are drawn with cartoony proportions. 

TeeJay87 on May 18, 2016, 2:02:55 PM

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TeeJay87I could ask in return, why do you draw mermaids with naked boobs , since they are usually drawn with covered breasts, like in Disney's movies about Little Mermaid.

Most probably you have such taste in drawing - think that I draw characters from Garfield and Friends or similar cartoons with human-like bodies, because this is my taste. To cite your own words from comment above "You can draw whatever you like!"

Teal666 on May 18, 2016, 2:10:07 PM

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Teal666I'll answer why!: Because I love all kinds of mermaids. I mark my work as nsfw, so people can block the content if they like, and because boobs exist and theres no shame in drawing em! Drawing them covered or exposed, they're still just part of the body, and not being exposed to show anything sexual in nature. Mermaids are beautiful, no matter what they choose to wear. 
and I know you have such taste, I just wanted to ask why, since it seems very specific! (animal print bikinis with semi realistic proportions on cartoon heads) 
You're talking to me as if I am attacking you when I am only asking a question. I don't mean any hostility, TeeJay. :) I was only asking a question since your work pops up on the main page a lot whenever I come online and it peeks my curiosity, so I figured I would ask. It's no fun meaning mean on the internet and I wouldn't get anything from it, and neither would do. 

TeeJay87 on May 18, 2016, 2:20:42 PM

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TeeJay87See ? You have your own philosophy for drawing, I have mine. Who as who, but a person from a nation composed of individuals* (such as you) should understand the idea of diversity perfectly. ;)

Perhaps I did over-react in my previous comments, that's due to amounts of hostility I've experienced on other websites, where people enjoy harassing others for stuff they post.

Sorry if I sounded rude, just life experienced taught me, that it's often best to show limited trust towards people you don't know.
*Least that's how Jerry Ahern describes Americans in his novels from The Survivalist series, one of my favorites.

Teal666 on May 23, 2016, 7:51:39 PM

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Teal666Apology accepted. No worries ! 
From what I have seen in your work, though, the leopard print does stand out compared to many of the other outfits. Is there a reason your ladies prefer leopard print? :0 The only time I remember Garfield having ladies wear leopard print anything was in Garfields Pet Force (though I don't know much else aside from Gardield was a newspaper comic so)

TeeJay87 on May 24, 2016, 1:28:19 AM

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TeeJay87You mean Vetvix , who wears that pattern in comics and movie.

I've picked it, since it underlines feline nature of the wearer:
- leopards and similar mammals from Pantheridae family (cheetahs, panthers and jaguars) aren't called "big cats" without reason;
- as you have noticed, cat women drawn by me have human bodies - such Mona from the picture above comments is supposed to be whole 7 feet (180 cm) tall from tips of ears to toes (8 feet with bouffant), which makes her bigger than average Felis Catus ( she's already taller than Garfield in cartoon & )
- besides, this pattern has its charm with that sand yellow background and brown/black spots.

TeeJay87 on May 18, 2016, 1:45:20 PM

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TeeJay87Besides, it's quite funny you protest against characters drawn in bikinis, since you draw:
- naked female torsos like this
- females in bikinis like this
- anthropomorphic like this

Just curious: how come you bother people for drawing similar stuff like you do ? :0

Teal666 on May 18, 2016, 1:54:37 PM

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Teal666Never protested against drawing characters in bikinis. 

TeeJay87 on May 19, 2016, 12:30:00 AM

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Saltwater on May 14, 2016, 1:06:15 PM

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Saltwatereh eh!  funny!  LOL

TeeJay87 on May 15, 2016, 1:27:56 AM

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TeeJay87Standard Mona looks like saying "Oh dear, I didn't know I'd be so tall !" ;)

K_Pepper on May 9, 2016, 12:53:49 PM

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TeeJay87 on May 9, 2016, 10:22:55 PM

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TeeJay87Just like in most of "The Life and Times of the Lasagna Kid" scenes