An outfit designed for Ian Keaton's character. Keeping that airy open feel for his fluffy, furry character. One thing I always loved about Momiji-YU GA's approach to furry (kemono) fashion in his "Kemopantsu" books was the logical application of clothing as accessory and cover, rather than as a primary means of warmth. As I understood it, since characters have fur they don't need clothes necessarily. Thus, the outfits developed for them do not necessarily need to follow the same conventions or have the same considerations as human clothing.
It's a really novel idea really. I love to play with it. <3
Hehe, it seemed that I poofed there for a moment. But really since i'm only posting my best clean work here, I haven't had as much to post. It's unfortunate really. |3
I think i'll try to fix this by uploading a few more things I've been working on over the summer semester break.