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Last of their Kind by Nimrais Last of their Kind by Nimrais
This is my contribution to this year's RARE anthro calendar. The theme is 'Extinct Anthros' and I got the Thylacine. :)

I enjoyed drawing this one very much because I tried out a new coloring technique. Kaji taught me how to color in Photoshop only - and WOW, it's so much faster, easier and much more fun than with OpenCanvas :D

btw, Pre-Orders are currently open! Ordering + Info here: [link]

Thanks for looking! ^^
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RebellingLemming Featured By Owner 1 day ago  New member Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Love this!
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NeoMidna79 Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2014
So beautiful.. Yet so sad at seeing this. They didn't deserve to die.
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Sephiroth8745 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2013
there is something about this that...brings sadness to me.
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Evilx3mpire Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2013
omg their tails are so cute
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Makayla5672418 Featured By Owner May 20, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
WHOOP.
GO THYLACINES
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RussianThylacine Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2013
Don't you guys ever say that they are gone forever, I have proof from last year that they may still live today!
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Nimrais Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
It would be awesome if someone would find a proof that they still exist! They were such beautiful animals. :)
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RussianThylacine Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2013
I am still trying to find some proof, and they were the most beautiful animals out there. Such a creature of grace, peace and beauty. But we had to scare them away...
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OniVrask Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I heard they were relentless in pursuit of prey and they killed by crushing the prey's skull in their jaws.
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RussianThylacine Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2013
That is a fact, their jaws were large enough to crush the heads of their victims, but also some say that they died off due to that the food was also becoming rare, and then the Thylacine's ended up being hunted. Sad tales of horror.
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