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Killer of Its Own kind by hosmer23 Killer of Its Own kind by hosmer23
The rarely-seen northeastern Kitty Squirrel actually kills its own species at times of hunger.

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:iconvalevioleta:
ValeVioleta Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2008   Photographer
:giggle: Cool
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IIIXandaP Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Zomg evil kittysquirel !! nuu

Cute xD
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synnicity Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2008
thats sweet! here kitty kitty I mean squitty.. :clap:
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:iconhosmer23:
hosmer23 Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
lol...squitty
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synnicity Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2008
:XD:
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Papagei Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2008   Digital Artist
Hehe, great look on the cat's face; like, "OMG! What the hell happened to me?!?"
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kika1983 Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2008   General Artist
hahah....your crazy animals are really cool ones;P X-MEN in the animal world:p
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Machinegun-Willy Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2008
Cute. What you can do that would add a nice touch is to first make a copy of the picture, create a new layer, and then drag that layer to the bottom and paste what you have copied. Make that layer invisible while you work.

Next, on the topmost layer (your original picture) mask out or erase the background around the cat's head and then take the smudge tool and select "sample all layers" (the option should be at the top). Then at a very low diameter and strength use it all around the head (dragging from just inside the head outward) to create a realistic fur effect. Play around with the smudge setting until you find something that you think looks best. Then make that bottom layer you created visible again to return the background.

I'm pretty sure you can also blend the pattern of the cat's fur with that of the squirrel's, or even apply it to the entire body. I don't know how to do that off the top of my head, but it may have something to do with setting a layer to multiply.

Let me know how it turns out if you decide to do it!

I made an animal blend too: [link]
It's not exactly as cuddly as yours though lol.
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hosmer23 Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow. Thanks for the help, but I think that sounds too advanced for my skills. I'm not exactly comprehending what was said there. Do you think you could do it, and I'll credit you for helping?
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Machinegun-Willy Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2008
Sure, when I have the time lol. Should I just downlaod the one you uploaded, or do you have a higher rez one you want me to work with?
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