I didn't really think of it that much. I just thought multi-tailed foxes were cool. She doesn't have to represent me to a T either. I just made a fursona who I thought would be really fun to draw. Plus, I like pink lol
Hey have you visited the puppet museum in Atlanta Georgia?.... if not I highly suggest it for you! It’s at least worth a google search. It’s called the Jim Henson museum if I’m not sadly mistaken.I talk about my fursona in this video!:
Oh wow, thank you!!! I actually hadn't heard of that!Hey have you visited the puppet museum in Atlanta Georgia?.... if not I highly suggest it for you! It’s at least worth a google search. It’s called the Jim Henson museum if I’m not sadly mistaken.
Nah, I wouldn't call that self-centered. At least, not in a bad way -- it's good to have a positive image of yourself, or something you can aspire to be.I'm still in the process of creating Neothoren. I saw dragons as mystical and wise creatures, which is how I felt myself along my childhood. I know, it's too self centered, but life had gave me lots of oportunities to look how little you know about the world as you grow up. I wanted to represent that learning process in him.
Now, I portrait in Neothorem a wise and humble dragon. I'm not sure how his color scheme will be yet, but it will be a fun process when a digitalice him completely.
In the meantime, I will use this draft as my PFP of him. I'm sure he will be redesigned as the time goes, but the overall aesthetic seems fine to me atm.
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That's a really cool development!I blame the hype around XCOM 2's release and stumbling upon the wonderful world of commissioned artwork. Back in 2014, I had wanted to write a story about a male scientist abducted by ADVENT and transformed into a Viper, who then was rescued and has to live as her new self. I commissioned artwork of her as motivation for writing. I never wrote the story, but I kept ordering commissions of her.
Over time the setting, characters, and names changed to my own original ideas, and she turned from just another OC into something more personal and aspirational.