I love unusual takes on things. The stranger, and the harder I "wat," the better.
Thank you so much for doing this. I absolutely adore Giraffe Sparkle in that she is a giraffe, yet is still distinctly her. I love how her mane covers her entire, glorious neck, and her tail tuft retains the stripes.
I love that body. I enjoy the realistic shape, and those hind-legs; I can never seem to get enough of flanks and the muscles therein. I like how you did the reverse joint, most especially with the bit jutting out and the line going in at the front. (I don't really know the precise terms.)
The disinterested, "business-as-usual" face is what really got me. I love the half-lidded eyes, and her eyebrows as she just eats breakfast.
Love the fetlocks on the hooves, and the realistic detail on the legs. I love it when people integrate proper anatomy into their art, while still retaining their style.
The background is amazing. I love the soft, hazy feel of everything, exactly as an African savannah should look like when the sun is up. I love the tiny details on the tree itself and the splotchy mixes of dark, light, and the bit of penciled in features.
Sorry if this comment was hard to understand. It's raining hard outside, and my Telco is being useless as usual. Got put on hold for fifteen minutes before I finally gave up.