FINALLY made this. Please note, this is NOT a guide to making your own Luvalope. They are still and will remain for the foreseeable future a closed species. This doesn't show rarities of the species, quirks, or even examples of other Luvalopes. Just anatomy tips. If you want one for yourself, check my adoptables folder for available ones. If you have an idea for one that you really want, get in contact with me and we can work it out. I am just very picky about the quality of the ones out in the wild right now. I care about the Luvalopes a lot <3
This guide is intended to be used by artists working on drawing a Luvalope. Either because of a commission or they just adopted one themselves! There are a few common pitfalls that I see people do, and I wanted to highlight anatomical features that are important to have in a Luvalope drawing. By all means, artistic freedom and liberties should be applied. But I would prefer you choose to not include something than just not know it was a thing! If you have a Luvalope, please feel free to download this image so you can have it as a resource. You cannot re-upload or edit it, but you can share it to those that might need to see! Or just link back to here if you want, that's okay with me!
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