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ThylaSky by DJ88 ThylaSky by DJ88
EDIT: For those commenting about how they're extinct and such, I have this to say;

" there are two types of extinction.

"Biological" and "Functional". Biological basically means they're all gone, never coming back. Not a chance. Like the Dodo Bird.

Then there's "Functional". Meaning there may be a small group left of a species, but not enough to sustain and or increase the amount of the species. Meaning they're holding on by a thread or silently fading away without us seeing them.

It is believed that the Thylacine may fall into the Functional category, because recent evidence has pointed to them still being around.
With all the alleged sightings and what-not.

Perhaps we may never know. But there's hoping."


Also Yes, Yes They are/were a member of the Marsupial family. NOT the canine family.






Thylacine in some cosmic-ish, glow-y background 8)

It's funny, because if you know me, you know it's a silly pet peeve of mine when someone makes a Thylacine the yellowest of yellows. And this is yellow. BUT ONLY BECAUSE IT'S GLOWING D8 OTHERWISE BAGH!!!!! (seriously though, make your characters whatever color you want...it's.just. mustard thylacines...*shudders* )






Brushes are a mix of what photoshop offers and some of my own brushes I've made.
Thylacine outlined and colored in paint tool sai, and whole image edited/finished via Photoshop.


I have been itching to draw something digitally. Soo, why not a Thylacine?

I don't quite know what else to say.

-Danielle

Please be respectful to the artist... No you may NOT use this image for basing,copying,tracing,altering,RPing, ,Facebook Profiles, Tumblr profiles, Twitter Profiles, personal character pictures, commercial use, re-uploading, ETC...
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KayFedewa Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
amazing for a lot of reasons - anatomy, motion, brilliant linework, soft coloring, background, and overall 'ghostly" mood that seems very appropriate for this species
i love it!
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DJ88 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Aw thanks soo much! :) I'm glad it was appropriate to the species.
Thanks so much for the comments btw :hug:
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IceTalonTheOne Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
:iconspazhugplz: I dont care if they are Extinct! I WILL GET THEM BACK WITH MIND POWERS!
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shewolf28 Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I love Tassie Tigers :3 great job Btw!
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BlazeheartWarrior Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thylacines.. foerver in our :heart: :heart: .... great work ;)
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BlazeheartWarrior Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
damn! I mean forever! ... it was supposed to be a nice comment :\ sorry :D
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WolfPrint267 Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Tasmanian wolves are my favorite marsupial even if they are extinct hopefully they aren't :iconfingerscrossedplz:
Awesome work!
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AvisCelox Featured By Owner May 8, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Plus, if they are entirely extinct they will probably not be forever. [link]
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hackney5 Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2013  Student General Artist
I love these critters to death! For a while I was obsessed with the cryptids and such. I love this piece! :3
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Kiwano0 Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I really like your Thylacine art :D
I'm really impressed by the way you draw animals in general, they looks so real ! You really have talent ! :D
Keep up the awesome work ! :)
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