Black coat, red brooch, round glasses. This is like every sterotypical villain ever. Except it's a lynx. So it's not really. It's like your stereotypical villain if it were a feline. The smile tops it off by the way.
Heh, yes, I can see that Thank you very much, I appreciate it! Funnily enough, I found the fur brush here to suffice for things at this scale for the most part, which was very convenient! Just some scribbly smudged underpainting, a lot of that brush, and a few individual strokes with a 1 or 2 pixel brush.
Donno if I'll use them, I don't have PS on my laptop, and so far I'm better with old fashioned pencil and paper than I am with digital. But I thought I'd pass the info along, for any other artist who might benefit from the brushes.
Heh, I used to be the same way! I'd draw things, and then gradually took to colouring drawn stuff I'd scanned (because I was too chicken to try to colour them traditionally), and then I just took to doing everything digitally :b But sketching still feels really different from sketching digitally, even now.
*chortles* I'm still skittish about trying to colour a sketch in any 'traditional' manner, for fear of completely screwing it up. I've attempted to colour a couple of scanned in pieces, but nothing major, and no real detail and shading to the colour attempts. Maybe someday...
Yes, that's it exactly! "Well, I could colour this sketch and have no idea what I'm doing and possibly ruin a perfectly fine drawing, or I could just do it in black and white and know it'll probably be okay, or scan it and colour it safely on the computer..."