Fiora Ravensky is an anthro, female, jaguar.
She is a royal princess but has trained her whole life as a ninja warrior.
When she can sneak away from her mom’s court she likes to go questing as a simple adventurer for hire.
Suntiger & co. are seeking a full-body portrait of Fiora.
We will pay fair price for the work of an artist who can help us out.
This commission includes a strong element of clothing design.
Fiora is an anthro jaguar. She is athletic and has a strong, well-toned body.
Many female MMA fighters could be body stand-ins for Fiora. My personal favorite is Michelle Waterson.
Fiora’s head and face are strictly that of a jaguar.
Her eyes are multi-colored.
One side of her neck has a small sword tattoo that dies both skin and fur.
Other salient details:
This commission could be built in either of a couple ways.
Show Fiora in a quiet, contemplative moment. Perhaps she sits on the edge of a meditation pond in a thick tropical garden. Her sheathed sword rests across her lap as she contemplates life’s mysteries within the water.
Show Fiora in combat. She is a master of sword fighting. Her blade is an ancient relic that can cut anything. Monsters called darklings are common in her world.
I keep imagining this portrait as option 1, the peaceful moment, but both options are totally valid.
In the stories, Fiora dresses like a ninja. That is, her clothes completely obscure every bit of her. The problem is this is not terribly great for visual art that needs to show her face.
• If you want to show Fiora in combat, then rendering her costume as described in the stories is best.
They’re fully covered in thin, grey silk from ears to tail, even a veil, and even a sleeve for their tail. … Their outfit is all shades of grey, overlapping layers and flowing trails. It would – it did – distract the eye and give no sense of the fighter’s position as they move.
• But if you want to show her in a peaceful moment, then we probably need to open up her outfit, to show her head, arms, and a feminine shape to her body. I’ve found some ideas by googling for contemporary dance outfits.
• In both cases, bonus points if you add a small decorative knot of cord onto one shoulder, the same color as the rest of her outfit.
• Her sword is a katana. The distinguishing feature here is it has no blade guard (tsuba). The sword’s sheath is matte black.
Thank you, so much over again!