Leaping Bear and Baby by goldie ()
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Some of you probably know, as a kid growing up in Upstate NY, I had a racoon as a pet. She was orphaned when she was less than a month old. We took her in and raised her. Just like a dog actually. Had her spayed, rabies shot every year and a wildlife license to make it all legal. She lived to be just over 14 years old. Her names was Schnookie...she really enriched my life.
The outfit is Leaping Bear for M4 by E. Farris. I converted it to fit G8M.
Thanks for the view and for your comments...greatly appreciate your support :)
Image Comments (13)
eekdog () 10:21PM | Fri, 25 September 2020
Super native american figure, love his little furry racoon friend. Some neighbors when I was a kid had a pair. They were wise and noticed how us people opened their cage. One day they were gone.
goldie () 10:42PM | Fri, 25 September 2020
Yup, racoons are very smart. Since their front paws are extremely dexterous and that combined with their determined behavior make it no surprise that those two made a getaway :)
STEVIEUKWONDER () 1:25AM | Sat, 26 September 2020
A stalwart job converting clothing! How on earth do you do that? lol You're much more cleverer than wot I is! Love the scene you have created and that little fella steals the show!
Nightwind () 2:22AM | Sat, 26 September 2020
Outstanding work on all counts! I always liked E. Farris' clothing wonderful job on the conversion.
Jean_C () Online Now! 2:46AM | Sat, 26 September 2020
Touching story, didn't know you could raise raccoons as pets! Superb native american character and oufit, beautiful pet too, nice work, Barb!
linwhite () Online Now! 1:50AM | Sun, 27 September 2020
Raccoons are intelligent and so cute. This render makes the raccoon look so very real. I love that. And I'm going to need lessons on how to do that converting from M4 and V4. You did a great job on converting the outfit and on the image. (The face actually looks Native American with the strong, high cheekbones and the classic nose.)
RodS () Online Now! 7:44PM | Sun, 27 September 2020
Wonderful work on this scene with these two buddies, Barb!
I see a really big raccoon in my backyard sometimes. I just leave him alone and let him wander around.