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Post-AnthroCon commish from Abel Du Sable. Dude! Don’t bogart the java, man!
So apparently these take place sometime in the 1-4 year period after the end of the original SJ comic, as it’s after Tiffany and Leonard get married, but before the actual birth of their son Louis.
(Trivia: Louis Liger is known as “Little Louis” to distinguish him from Tiffany’s brother Louis Tiger, who is known as “Big Louis,” even though Little Louis eventually grows to be something like twice Big Louis’s height.)
This is a collaboration with LateCustomer on DeviantArt. When I saw his sketch “Waiting for Inspiration” (here: http://latecustomer.deviantart.com/art/Waiting-for-Inspiration-sketch-467687479 ) I was pretty much instantly seized with a burning desire to ink and color it.
Fortunately, he was kind enough to give me permission to do so! Thanks dude! I hope you’re pleased with the result.
AnthroCon 2014 is comin’ at us fast! So here’s the lowdown!
I will be in the Dealer’s Room most of the time during the day, sharing a table with my buddy SirFox, specifically table K14, which can be found here:
Thanks to the awesome folks at FurPlanet, I will have Suburban Jungle (Rough Housing) Issue One, as well as No Predation Allowed and a smattering of older merchandise, and of course I’ll be doing sketches, badges, and anything else I can get ahold of to do.
At night I’ll be bouncing around a lot, but I tend to spend most of my time in the Zoo looking for people to hang out and art jam with. Come and find me! If you ask real nice, I might even tell you what my secret upcoming project is.
PS: Yes! There will be a cameo up for bidding at the charity auction! I can’t believe I almost forgot to mention that.
It’s all deep and philosophical and stuff.
Proof that it doesn’t take me a year to finish commissions, it just feels like it does, this is commish 3/3 for RedLiox, who asked me to revisit this strip: http://suburbanjungleclassic.com/?p=65 …but bring it up to date.
So here we are, almost exactly 15 years later… my how things have changed!
Thanks, Red! This was a fun one to do. Hope it was worth the wait!