Toucan Splat! by Ciervo

Toucan Splat! by

Date: 9/1/2013 Views: 6464 Favorites: 43 Comments: 12

Clothing
Paint
Shocked
Surprised
Toucan
Worried

Someone's been hit by a bucket of Danny BrandTM toucan paint!

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Sketched while on the plane today. I think I might be trying some more cartoony TF ideas in the near future! :D

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Breew

Like how the change is working and its not all skinny bird more bird/monster.

Godziillla

ooo, i'd love to see this colored...

Jeller

Woah cool, I like how you blended the splattery effects with the effects of feathers. Never in a million years would I have thought of that idea. Cool. C:

Jeller

On that note you've kind of inspired me to draw a bird transformation now. Like maybe a bird monster or something intense like that.

Zackman1996

would not mind at all :)

Ciervo

Godziillla - I might do that! It would look better colored, for sure!

Jeller - I imagined the paint landing on his human body and running down the as-yet nonexistent shafts of the feathers, forming the feather as they went. At the end of the feather, the remaining paint drips off!

Also, YESSS. Birds are awesome, and beak TFs are some of the best! :D

Stas_Jana

This is magnificent!

Stas_Jana

@ Ciervo - this idea about paint and feathers would made a fantastic gif, because I doubt even a series of pictures could capture such flow.

Ciervo

Stas_Jana - yeah, it would be great to capture the sight of the paint running sideways through thin air and dripping off the tip of the newly-formed feather :D

Stas_Jana

Ciervo - it's problably the most interesting paint-tf I've seen so far, since instead of going "bang, what's covered with paint is transformed" goes into "the paint is dripping all over, changing where it flows"

You often draw "paint"? Or it's one-time stunt? ^^

Ciervo

Stas_Jana - hehe, thanks! And with the response this (my first paint TF) has gotten, I doubt it'll be my last ;)

ApsidalMosaic

Looks very interesting. I love how you can't really tell if its already a formed feather or just a splash of paint.