Stranger Than You!
Kinda fell into my lap since what's now its name came first This is what happens when you get a little too fanatical about your high school mascot.
Flamingos, ostriches, and emus are leggy. hehehehehHonestly I just really like drawing legs so I wanted a leggy sort of animal and I find deer/gazelle type characters to be very aesthetically appealing. I also think goats are rad so I smushed those three animals together into a hybrid thing and... yeah~ thus Sadie was born! Here she is!
That's an interesting one. I don't see many insect 'sonas.I like insects, and a certain type of fly just really appealed to me. Some of them can be really colorful and/or fuzzy. Still trying to work out some problems though, insect anthros are difficult to decide on their height from what I've learned conceptualizing one.
That's an interesting one. I don't see many insect 'sonas.
Yeah. I know drawing wings was one of the reasons I quit drawing my winged fursona. Those kind of tedious details make it a lot less fun to draw winged creatures, insects, and the like. Also, drawing all those eyes.... Crazy.Probably because of the amount of technical problems when making an insect anthro. I tend to keep anatomically accurate features, some other people lean more towards making them with more anthro/normal features. Also tails and ears being more recognizable and relatable than adonmens and antennae is also a factor.
Do you have anything you've drawn that I can see?For insects I tend to focus less on the simple eyes and more on the two compound ones. The wings also follow a pattern that is much simpler than feathers, but then again the wings are often transparent so you have to draw the background through them. Ugh.