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Link&Midna

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Could you show a before/after?
I will when Ive drawn it all up, I've only done sketches of the body for the most part, but I do have a headshot:
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Going for piebald on one side of the face to make the grey ears less jarring, and so she bears some resemblance to a coonhound besides her physique. the rest of the body will mainly be the same, but with grey/black patches:
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I could get fancy and do some giraffe or jaguar style prints instead of just dalmatian spots but ehh, i do wanna keep the regular dog vibes.
 

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ALSO,,, I THINK THE NAME EL CAMINO IS A PUN.

El Camino means "the way" in Spanish, so it's a cool little name, but truck in Spanish is camión, so there's some sort of wordplay there idk exactly what.
 

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What's really interesting is, the Suburban is built on the Silverado platform, and back int he late 90s, it looked the exact same:
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This carried on for the next styling, but by the mid 2000s, they had changed it up slightly:
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You can tell that they're similar but not exact copies anymore. I kinda wanna keep going on this but I still need to be looking at the El Camino.
 

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Ok so apparently the 1959 El Camino was a thing, and holy crap this is so wild, it's got that flashy 50s style of car design but it's also got a truck bed
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It's like someone put a truck bed on an Impala
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Ok so here's the 1971 year model El Camino and Chevelle, these do have the same front end
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They don't look entirely unlike the Monte Carlo from 1971 either
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Ok I'm done with car pictures now I'm gonna go to bed at 11 instead of midnight what a healthy sleep schedule.
 

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