Yes, actually, when abused.
You are correct. It does look hella stupid. Worse to me is normal coloration, but with -bright- neon ears or paw pads what have you. It's just glaring and obnoxious.Secondly, I think stuff like vivid green foxes looks hella stupid. I mean a purple newt, a deep blue bird, or an exaggeration of how red a red fox is, that I totally get. But even when the "odd" colours work together well with all the other colour choices in the character, I still don't like it that much.
I've always wanted to read the writings of Garvey and Carmichael, the poetry of Hughes and Cullen, the plays of Baraka, and the music of Gamble and Huff and think "Yes, these books and this music mean something to me." Now, thanks to my fursona and that I have the fursuit head and the gloves, I don't have to say "If only I was..." anymore
Actually...I doubt everyone is all "I like blue so my sona is blue".
Oh how I wish this were true :vUmm... either I missed something or I think you got your threads crossed.
The color wheel is your friend.I don't have a problem with unnaturally colored fursonas. Some of them look pretty nice, but then some people have no idea what colors work well together.
I am one of those people who has no clue what colors work well together. That's why my sona is brown, brown, and more brown.