CanisAlbus’s saluki vizier character Farzin, who had his ears, tail, and finally head cut off.
I worked on this one on-and-off for the past few months, shading a bit more here and there in between lectures. There are a few smudges and some anatomical errors, but overall I’m pleased with the final look.
It really means a lot to me! And, since Farzin is one of my favourites among your characters (and certainly my favourite design), I just had to make another silly doodle. A token of happiness and gratitude, if you will.
Plus, I’ll take any excuses to draw this gorgeous, graceful canine vizier.
Farzin, who had been on a Jenny Craig program as a 14-year-old and had tried “like a hundred times” to lose weight, decided that he didn’t want … that challenge users to beat other users’ best times, not necessarily beat them head-to-head in real time. #topexercisestobuildstrength http://webogi.com/OZ01pn
We came into Alfa Romero Fiat of Dallas to purchase a 500X. We received great friendly service from Farzin. He was very understanding of our needs and cared what we had to say. Mike was extremely helpful and understanding too. Both Farzin and Mike met our needs and were willing to go the extra mile. If you are in need of a Fiat and no pressure, look to Farzin and Mike to help you. They will do whatever they can to make you happy.
When he still served as a Vizier, his lushly feathered ears and tail used to be what distinguished him from the commoner Salukis, whom usually are either smooth coated or have their ears cropped at young age. Only the elite are allowed to keep their ears intact. To emphasize the severity of his crimes, Chazaqiel ordered to have his ears and tail cut off when he was imprisoned.