I try to know the difference between what is acceptable and what crosses the line lol. What is your take on what crossing the line is? I assume being so obsessed that using fake tales and paint and...furry suits is the "norm" for them.
Well, I actually didn't factor them. I was mainly selecting the others due to them not really mentioning to me if I wanted to see their genitals. And yeah, the purple-orange hair would be...uuuhm...interesting? I guess I could look over it I just have to look away or something. That is weird when I tthink about it though.
I freaking love those kids. Especially the mischievous look on that Argonian baby.
*pats Cam on the head* There there, I understand. I consider myself a little bit furry in that I have a dragon personification of myself (as well as a furrier one, a Fennec Fox) but some of the furry crowd freaks me out with their sexual fetishism. *shivers* That's why I'm very tentative to call myself a furry to a lot of people.
Yeah, calling yourself a furry basically means you're sexually attracted to those things now. I think it's all fun as long as people stay on the healthy side and it doesn't turn into a kink. I had some antro characters of my own as a kid (mostly dogs).
lol, no i don't know anyone that wears a "Fursuit". In fact i don't know Anyone who would call themselves a "Furry" IRL.
Don't get me wrong i do like anthro style and i've drawn a few of them myself, and I'm (more or less) okay with people having a... what do they call it? Furrysona? But i do draw the line at the whole suit thing. However i will give them credit for ingenuity in the under-costume animatronics they have.
I was just telling my boyfriend... if I grew up on DA, I might be one of the "wolf-furry-lionking-colordog-etc." people now. I did have two wolf characters of my own and lots of antropomorph dog characters (much more cartoony than furries though)... Luckily I only had a desk and paper with pencils back then