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Have you ever drawn your sona as a different gender before?

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the sleepiest kitty

Guest
Ever get bored and draw your sona as another gender? I just drew Annabelle as a guy. Meet Andy!

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JuniperW

Birb Fanatic
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In terms of physical appearance, Milestone wouldn’t change much if she was male. But she would be considerably smaller.

The character in my avatar (Hailen) also wouldn’t look very different as a woman. He’d be slimmer, and the change would certainly be more noticeable than Milestone’s, because of the added...assets :p.
 
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Jaredthefox92

Banned
Banned
Not exactly. However, before I first drew her i found out it was possible to take the appearance settings for the skyrim character she was based off, and place them onto characters of the other gender, or different races.

She (he I guess?) got a thicc beard

Do what I do, give them a brother or a sister. XD
 

Yakamaru

Woof? Woof
I don't exactly draw, but I do commission Drake as his female alter ego, Jennifer.

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Kailirian

Semi Hiatus
I designed them to be the most androgynous possible, but now I kinda want to make them as both genders lol
 

Sam Wamm

I'm a goat plushie
i don't need to draw them myself.

plenty of people have already done that for me smh.
 

Jackpot Raccuki

Vibing Raccuki
I never really understood it and I don't really want to draw/get commission of Jackpot being female but that might be because he's too gay to become female.
 

alphienya

Perpetually sleepy cat
Hm. Nah. Other people have accidentally drawn my sona as a girl and it makes me insanely uncomfortable. Like sure his color scheme isn't the most masculine ever (he has trans flag colors + brown eyes) but still. He's a good trans dude and I don't really feel like questioning my own gender again any time soon. He's gonna change with me if I ever do so uh. Nope. Not drawing him as anything else anytime soon.

I will do it with other characters though. Granted there typically isn't much difference in the design but it's still a fun thing to do. I'd like to do it more often.
 

Pomorek

Antelope-Addicted Hyena
Not really. But with the long hair and non-butch physique, a (very) few people over the years thought this character is a girl.
 

TheCynicalViet

Well-Known Member
I'm gonna keep it real with you all. When I drew him as a her, both versions literally looked exactly the same except for the bozongas and hips so I may as well just keep drawing him as a he.
 

The_biscuits_532

Eternally Confused Feline
Not really. But with the long hair and non-butch physique, a (very) few people over the years thought this character is a girl.
Shame really. I also have a Male Brown Hyena (I'm pretty sure you'ev said that's what yours is before), and I feel like it's kind of a need for them to have long hair, regardless of gender.

He's also not particularly buff. he's actually kinda emaciated, but so far nobody has gotten his gender wrong.
 

Pomorek

Antelope-Addicted Hyena
Shame really. I also have a Male Brown Hyena (I'm pretty sure you'ev said that's what yours is before), and I feel like it's kind of a need for them to have long hair, regardless of gender.

He's also not particularly buff. he's actually kinda emaciated, but so far nobody has gotten his gender wrong.
Nah, I don't care, it's been very rare occurrence anyway.

But I totally agree about the hair, these animals have long manes that can quite naturally be reinterpreted as long hair. In fact that's one of the reasons why I like this species so much. Now, I'm a striped hyena actually, not brown, but the main difference between them is color (and IRL, their geographical range).

I do have a brown hyena character, a female. While most certainly not a sona, I'm very fond of this character and I have this strange concept that she may represent my anima, in Carl Jung's sense.
 
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