View Full Version : Secret Affection Sequel - Guess Who? (+final quicky)

03-23-2011, 03:17 AM
Since Amanda hurted herself on the right arm, I thought to heal her spirit by trying to give a sequel to her recent successful fantasy painting.
Here it is with my apologies to her and all the mates for the quick and undecently unadequate outcome and different style.
Dear Amanda, pls be warned that this too may be hot, so handle with care any interpretation on what's happening ... :D

03-23-2011, 03:20 AM
What an outstanding interpretation of Amanda's excellent painting! Wonderful job Caesar...
Must say, I like this a lot!:D;):)

03-23-2011, 03:44 AM
Good grief Cesare!:eek::eek:Don't peek says the big kitty.:eek:
You are so funny Cesare and very talented, I bet this will give Amanda a big laugh.

03-23-2011, 05:32 AM
WOW Caesar, wonderful interpretation, amazing as usual, I am sure Amanda will get a big kick out of this :D:D:D

03-23-2011, 05:59 AM
That's funny and so well done, oh those claws on that delicate skin.

03-23-2011, 06:18 AM
Ah Cesare this is just perfect it done the trick and has put a big grin on my face:D:D Thank you for thinking of me.:):)
This really is great I love it so very playful and mischievous and a little risque;):D

Muir Dragonne
03-23-2011, 07:40 AM
That is awesome, Caesar! You can tell that tiger wants a hug. ;)

03-23-2011, 08:10 AM
Ohhhhhhh peek a boo, he's behind you, oh no he isnt, ohhhhhh yes he is:)
This is a great and ohh so amusing painting Cesare, well done:)

03-23-2011, 10:08 PM
So You like playful snow tigers, dear Barnburner!
We use to say "to ride the tiger" to someone trying to get benefit and advantages by pushing and keeping control of a dangerous and risky series of powerful, overwhelming events which could eventually also turn against him, in case something changes adversely and he loses control and position over them. This seems not to be the case. :D Thank you!

Thank you, dear Sandra! I'm sure Your love and care for forsaken pets doesn't extent to kitties of this size. :eek: Actually it looks like that Amanda appreciated my impudent raid in her fantasy realm. :p

Dear Pat, Amanda seems to have blessed my attempt to raise her spirit and have her feeling less pain on her wounded arm. I guess that You found too some ground here to have a good laugh. Thank You!

Thank You, dear Limey-g! Don't worry though, this feline likes to have always his nails done (hard to call the treatment mani-cure, rather paws-cure I'd say:rolleyes:) .... :D:D

Thank You, dear Amanda! After all what are friends for? :p I just blew a little on the ashes and tried to keep the possible playful, mischievous and risky content of Your original, adding some spice by pointing out that the situation could actually be a thrilling one. :D

Thank You, dear Muir! I think Amanda's tiger is a playful predator for sure and would possibly play, beyond guess who, also hide-and-seek and eventually leapfrog, but he may be a quite massive beast to deal with, now that's grown up, so it takes some care. :D:D

Dear Katie, I think this furry pet is not exactly a friend the girl could easily induce into a diet spoiling his mood ... :D Thank You!

03-23-2011, 10:32 PM
... I would add also an early quick pencil sketch for a preliminary tone/ position study ...

03-23-2011, 11:52 PM
Ooh I like this sketch dear Cesare are you going to develop it further?:):)

03-24-2011, 04:48 AM
Dear Amanda, actually I left it at this stage and I proceeded to the funny sequel idea.

Of course You may feel free to use it any time, any part and any way (outlining, tracing, making a sticker) if You envisage a possible interesting outcome, although i realize it's a rough imaginary sketch, so You would need to work on it and improve it quite sensibly I'm afraid.

I also tried to attach herebelow a transparent .png version of it in case You wish to download it and proceed, but it didn't work since the background becomes black once loaded by the file manager, instead than transparent as the original cell canvas ...:confused::(

D Akey
03-24-2011, 04:57 AM
Good to see he managed to get her top off. That was what they call a 'plot complication'. Hahaha. The balance of power just shifted. Welcome to Act 2. . .

It's also noteworthy that you have succeeded in doing a fantastic children's book style ala Peter Rabbit. The sketchy line and wash is fantastic.

03-24-2011, 05:33 AM
LOL :D:D:D ahahaha. Dear D Akey, it looks like I was influenced by both Amanda's recent entries, I mean the sensibly ougoing fluffy tiger and the Easter bunnies ...:p:p:p
Act 3 is not going to happen I'm afraid and, as I said, I wouldn't illustrate Charles Bukowsky scandalous fantasies ...;):D
The last B&W image, i.e., the 10-15 minutes very preliminary study sketch, was abandoned soon because it implied a serious work and a series of improvements all along the procedure steps ... and didn't quite look as funny to make and get a good laugh.:p:p:p
Thank You!