I wasn’t going to save this but then I saved it. Ta-da.
You can’t get much happier than a pig in muck, or so we are told.
But when this little piggy arrived in the farmyard she showed a marked reluctance to get her trotters dirty. While her six brothers and sisters messed around in the mire, she stayed on the edge shaking. It is thought she might have mysophobia - a fear of dirt.
Owners Debbie and Andrew Keeble were at a loss, until they remembered the four miniature wellies used as pen and pencil holders in their office. They slipped them on the piglet’s feet - and into the mud she happily ploughed. [x]
PIGS WITH RAIN BOOTS MAKE ME HAPPIER THAN ANYTHING
Look what I have found (lately, I find many things, don’t I?)! A realistic Tepig pics! As you can notice the messy lines, I had many ideas and problems here. Originally I wanted to do Tepig from the butt-side, and I still want to do it from behind (a. this would be a nice change from typical front view pics I do, b. BUTTS, haha). The problem was: turned around, pigs can’t move their head in that way so it could be nicely visible to the viewer (the sketch here really bases on pigs, and it doesn’t count further evolutions of the pokemon, so it has the restriction by default). So I drew the head and keep pasting it to new and new bodies and positions. Besides, as I mentioned, it looks just like a normal pig. I know, “realistic”. But this is damn fire breathing magical creature out of this world that will become a big fatass dude on two legs. After a while I gave up. According to xcf file this pic was made 15th october 2011. Seeing it now I feel aversion, kinda. Messy sketch, too pig like, not caught the essence of the pokemon…
This reminds me it is about the time to finish (or even remake?) Realistic Snivy. Because I left it unfinished and with wrong scales and wrong colored legs.