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101 Dalmatians-Grown-Up Pups part 1 by NY-Stray 101 Dalmatians-Grown-Up Pups part 1 by NY-Stray
I use the term "part 1" loosely, because I'm not sure if I'm going to do more of these, but I would like to.  Guess it depends which pup I feel like drawing.
I figured out, for all my love of the Disney Dalmatians I usually draw Pongo, Perdy, Coco, Beamer, Dipstick, Dottie and occasionally adult Cadpig--I barely draw adult Lucky because, well, everyone's drawn adult Lucky.  But I kinda realized I never give the other pups any sketch time.

It's nice to dish out a few of Pongo and Perdy's pups, because in the actual 1961 animated films, there's not too much that distinguishes the pups apart.  I mean, we know Patch, we know Penny, we know Rolly, we know Lucky, we know Freckles, but aside from them there's 10 other pups in the bunch that kinda just become generic pups (this is strictly talking about the movie, I know the pups have a lot more individuality in the series and promotional pics).

SO, here are some of lesser-known pups as adults: Fidget, Jewel & Two-Tone.  They're spots are based on promotional images, which is why Two-Tone is the way she is, and not half-black with green eyes and an earring.
All of their ears are drawn above their foreheads (same as Pongo), because that's usually how they appear in their promotional images, even though in the film male dalmatians tend to have above-the-forehead and ears and females below (I'm thinking Rolly would probably have the same ear position as Perdita).

These were originally drawn on three separate sheets of paper, but I liked them as a set so I bunched them together.

Figet, Jewel, Two-Tone & "101 Dalmatians" (c) Disney
image (c) NY-Stray

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woodchopper21 Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2014
Jewel and Lucky look Pongoish
NY-Stray Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2014   Traditional Artist
They take strongly after their father. :3
anti-worlder0317 Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2014
And so does two-tone
anti-worlder0317 Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2014
No offense, but jewel male-ish. (Confused)
NY-Stray Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2014   Traditional Artist
Jewel takes after her father and Two-Tone is a bit of a tomboy (especially since I see both of them having above-the-forehead ears, which is a common trait of male Disney dalmatians).
anti-worlder0317 Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2014
thamilton88 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2014  Student
is Jewel a boy or girl I am so confused
NY-Stray Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2014   Traditional Artist
Jewel is a girl, she just looks a lot like her daddy. :3
Biruka Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2014
Nice adult designs!

 I like the real Two-Tone better than that black-bottomed bimbo who bare same name with her from "101 american dalmatian-looking mutts in puppy farm" series. Yep, I don't like that series alltough I give them credit about somehow getting full blown brother-sister incest to, of all places, kids' show.
NY-Stray Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2014   Traditional Artist
Thank you!  Personally, I always liked this design for Two-Tone a little more because I thought it was more interesting and it's kinda vintage (the only time I see this version of Two-Tone is on some of the older merchandise).

The thing with the Two-Tone from the series is that I think the animation department/series writers either didn't know Two-Tone was originally one of Pongo and Perdy's 15 pups or they intentionally wrote her in as one of the adopted pups and forgot to mention it.  I don't think the series ever meant to display incest (I don't believe in the "these are dogs, so it doesn't matter" argument; Disney animals are so anthropomorphized that most real animalistic traits/behaviors are irrelevant).
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