Going in a completely different direction for this upload. The Peterbald is also known as the St. Petersburg Sphinx and is among the 5 most expensive cat breeds. They're ALMOST hairless, so some cat's markings are actually on their skin and not fur patterns, which was something I learned while looking into this breed to make them for the game. So thanks for that. The Peterbald is, however, not in the game's list of cats, so the build is something I made completely from scratch, which I was very happy with. Also spent more time on these coat colors than the Abyssinians or Somalis because there's WAY more options and I wanted to make the fur look thin so I gave pink undertones to it.
Extremely happy with how these came out; the profile was hard to get right, and I'm still not sure it's exact, but it was as close as I could get without adding sliders, which I want to avoid. (Though I may add size sliders for the Maine Coon) These cats have such bold signature shaping in their head and body, so they're fun to look at and I didn't get tired of their in-game expressions because their eyes are so big in comparison to their face. Again, these are all left as blank as possible so that you can fit in your ideal personality for the Peterbald. Also, coat colors for this cat are all accepted by TICA, so this cat can go with any patterns you want to give it, but I put 4 in this pack for those who don't like to make/tweak their own.
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