Kitsune · キツネ | Fantasy Art – Abysm Internal
Kitsune · キツネ

Kitsune · キツネ

Now this is a favorite, one of the best mythological/real creatures in our history, because who doesn't love the magical look of these foxes?

By the way (1), the kimonos have been tested, they are AMAZING, and they are coming up later this year!

By the way (2). If you love Ghibli and kitsune and tanuki and Japan, then please do yourself a favor and watch the movie Pom Poko (1994) if you haven't. Also similar to Ghibli, but Korean: Yobi, The Five-tailed Fox (2007). Have napkins nearby.

Find them here.

 These are the colors I made so far, click to go to the art prints:

Kitsune Mask or Japanese Fox design by Abysm Internal

Kitsune Mask or Japanese Fox design by Abysm Internal

Kitsune Mask or Japanese Fox design by Abysm Internal

Kitsune Mask or Japanese Fox design by Abysm Internal

White Red

Black Red

Silver

Gold

Kitsune Mask or Japanese Fox design by Abysm Internal

Kitsune Mask or Japanese Fox design by Abysm Internal

Kitsune Mask or Japanese Fox design by Abysm Internal

Kitsune Mask or Japanese Fox design by Abysm Internal

Bloody White

Bloody Black

Steampunk Red

Steampunk Black

Kitsune Mask or Japanese Fox design by Abysm Internal

Kitsune Mask or Japanese Fox design by Abysm Internal

Kitsune Mask or Japanese Fox design by Abysm Internal

Kitsune Mask or Japanese Fox design by Abysm Internal

Black & White I

Black & White II

White Gold

Black Gold

Kitsune Mask or Japanese Fox design by Abysm Internal

Kitsune Mask or Japanese Fox design by Abysm Internal

Kitsune Mask or Japanese Fox design by Abysm Internal

 

Pastel Goth

White Goth

Pastel Black

 

Excerpt for Art Exhibition:

In Japanese folklore stories, foxes are magical animals. From time to time they will temporarily transform into other animals or people, deceiving humans to make their lives miserable.

Generally, their personalities are naughty and a little evil, but they can also be faithful guardians, friends or lovers. The older the fox is, the more intelligence and wisdom it has, and the number of tails increases, they can attain a maximum of 9.

They are also the messengers and guardians chosen by God Inari, Japan’s god of agriculture, fertility, fertility, industry, and productivity. Inari is also my favorite god.

 

Sketch  & some inspiration:


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