Monthly Archives: January 2014

Tiger needs a family…

This has been something that I have been pondering for a while, but I have yet to quite finalise the results.

Having been busy focusing on the many poses of Tiger himself, his stories, his scenary and his friends, I have yet to create his surrounding family.

So, in an illustrated format, I have started the auditions…

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It has been a challenge to decide on the perfect owner for Tiger. Does Tiger have a single owner or does he live with a family? Does Tiger belong to a girl or a boy? How old is his master?

I am now in the process of doing some fashion designing for my characters (seriously!) and I guess I shall see who “suits” Tiger as things develop.

I am keen to interact with fans of Tiger, so if you have any suggestions, please let me know.

Who are the friends?

Well, let me introduce you to one of Tiger’s oldest friends, and that is my cute little canary character…

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With Tiger being a very friendly cat, I wanted to explore the friendship found between a bird and a cat which would not be anywhere to be found in real life! As with Tiger, I have written some stories for canary, which are sometimes based around canary on his own, but sometimes feature Tiger. I shall get a few extracts from my stories typed up for you all to see, hopefully very soon.

As you can see above, I have been experimenting with canary’s many poses, just as I did with Tiger. I will soon get to work on merging the characters into one image, allowing you to see the interactions between them both.

Before I get back to work with these two friends of ours, I would like to wish everyone the best for 2014 and I hope that you all had a lovely Christmas, (I’m missing the tree already!)