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Long before plastic cat masks there must have been cat women around already or that's what they imply in the movie Catwoman. I guess she must have looked like this. I hope I'm historically accurate (Ha, probably not! )
Meow! Goddess Bastet.
You should eventually do a full color drawing of the catgirl concept behind her. =^.^=
Like the fact that she is not some starved fashion model! Try flattering a more mature woman within the bounds of realism! Like!!!
Might well be. Nice goblet .
Mysterious sexy woman ! Very feline also.
So lovely... Stunning work, buddy!!
All the best!
devious and sexy!
Hmm, I always did prefer gingers
But perfectly humanly accurate, that's true
I'm looking at the illustration on the wall and it reminds me of the humanoid twins on 'Into Darkness' the latest Star Trek film. Your main character is pretty hot too, but where's the tail? Cue the meowing
...yes of course...
Wow, maybe it's just because I love cats, but this picture is stunning!
Ohhhh, nice piece!!! as always :3
The image in the background is well worth exploring further! Very nice pose and a beautifully consistent coloring palette.
She makes me want to purrrrr. Nice.
I am pretty sure this is exactly how a historical cat-woman would have looked like. [insert long sigh here...] Once the Mr Peabody movie comes out, hopefully they will put the time machine to good use and prove it. But if it meant proving this, I would be willing to accept proof from Professor Kitzel, or Max the 2000 year old mouse, or even Dr Who...
So soft and sexy and inviting, but that smirk and those eyes and her claws dimpling that succulent bit of flesh.........you're in for a wild time!
IŽd like to paint the rest of the body...^^
It seems like the first "catwoman" might have been Diana of Delos, who was known for being able to shape shift into a cat whenever she wanted. No wonder she has become one of the most popular deities of her time, and later adopted by the Romans. Diana (600 BC), precursor of the educated, intelligent, beautiful, and powerful woman, is still worshiped nowadays by the Romana Neopaganism and Stregheria religions.