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what`s your say on Tf art

what`s your say on tf art

  • not into it

    Votes: 18 28.1%
  • i like it

    Votes: 28 43.8%
  • i get it just not into it

    Votes: 18 28.1%

  • Total voters
    64

volkinaxe

i am now on https://www.anthrodex.com
what`s your say on tf art
I like it I know it`s not all your cap of tie
 
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Tallow_Phoenix

Totally not a vampire
Honestly? I haven't really seen that much of it. Kinda thought I would coming into the fandom. Of the tf art I have seen, most of it is low-to-average quality from an art perspective.

I do like transformation themes in writing if it's handled well, but not so much in art, from the limited examples I've seen.
 

BlackDragonAJ89

Bumbling Everyman
It varies a lot and "transformation" can span a lot of things. Hell, even the WG/MG art can be considered "transformation" in some cases (especially since so many people also make the characters taller for some reason too). But in my experience, it really varies. It's not something I really go after and it has to be something that really gets my attention.
 

AdenineWolf

Totally being sane and metaphysical rn
Honestly, i didnt have a clue today until i had to search it up.
I mean, i get it, but it's not my cup of tea of interest in my opinion.
You like what you like, and i like how people come up with this stuff.
So, really it's cool i get it, but i'm not interested in it.
 

oappo

Well-Known Member
Don't like it. Some stuff can be tolerable or even good in rare cases, but it seems a lot of it is just too fetishy for me.
 

Simo

Professional Watermelon Farmer
I really love the idea of species transformation, especially in a cute yet devious way! It works really well in RPs, and also, can be really fun just to zip foxes into skunk onesies :p

The art varies; there's some I really like, but as with a lot of furry art, it's a mixed bag. But as a concept, it's been tons of fun...just as it can be fun to identify with your species/character in terms of being a furry, it can be exciting to imagine that changing, temporarily or otherwise : )

*looks around for @Ravofox and whistles innocently, holding a magical MLP onesie* :p
 

Unchain-Utopia

Well-Known Member
Transformation is my main go to and I look for it frequently. I strongly prefer stories, but I am appreciative of well done art. I will happily read/view all variations of different animal ones (not too big in TG, AR (unless it’s an adult human into an adult animal and then into cub) or weight gain), but I do have a strong preference for cat TF’s (can be domestic or wild) and while I gravitate towards feral tf’s, anthro ones are awesome too.

Part of the appeal is that typically the one being changed isn’t willing/expecting it so a good writer/artist has to capture their reactions. They are usually scared, but occasionally you get an angry one.

Of course, I also really, really love voluntary ones too. I find myself imagining myself as the one being TF’ed into whatever animal is in the story and I feel like I’m being taken for a ride.

I do notice that frequently there is immediately sex with an actual animal that is the same that the person just got changed into. That part, I could take it or leave it in the case of involuntary transformations (though if done right, that part is also fun), though I do really enjoy it sometimes if the change is voluntary.
 
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the sleepiest kitty

Guest
I find some of it hilarious, but only hilarious. At first, I thought it was made for comedic purposes. Boy was I wrong!
 

kiroku

Active Member
I don't personally have an affinity for it, but I can understand why some people like it. I don't much care for it, but If I was interested in anything about it, it's more about the end result than the actual transformation process of it.
 

Pomorek

Antelope-Addicted Hyena
Not my thing really.

But then, there's this strange situation on DeviantArt, where my graphics got semi-popular in circles being into TF-themed photomanipulations. Must be my realistic style which gets their attention. As the results of said photomanipulations and my simulated 3D fur can really look similar. Well, I guess I don't mind, I'm very non-popular as an artist so every little bit counts.
 

Kit H. Ruppell

Exterminieren! Exterminieren!
Shapeshifting can be hot, but your typical transformation fetish art is mostly just weird. Especially when other fetishes get involved (diapers, inflatibles, etc)
 
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Fallowfox

Are we moomin, or are we dancer?
Shapeshifting can be hot, but your typical transformation fetish art is mostly just weird. Especially when other fetishes get involved (diapers, inflatables, etc)

Somebody's been exploring the deepest darkest parts of FA lol.
 

Pinky

AKA Allie or Aouzy
It's my main thing. I can understand why people wouldn't like it though. There's some parts of it I don't like.
 
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Anibusvolts

Guest
I like specific TFs, like were-TFs, Gender TFs, Species TFs
Cause that's all I've seen anyways!
 

Stray Cat Terry

테리 / 特里 / テリー
Tf is great if you wanna get rid of all sorts that are tied to your appearance. I sometimes dream of it, but it can't come true as of current technology, it's sad.

Unless this, I'm not really into tf.
 

SkyboundTerror

Thrashing About
I enjoy it, if we're talking about it outside of the furry fandom. There's always an interesting story to tell since the theme often involves a very personal perspective of the world, and a sudden transformation flips that to either benefit or hurt the transformed.

If we're talking fandom TF, it's a love or hate. It shines in writing, but its over-sexualization can get exhausting. Decent art is hard to find, and most of it is just fucking weird lmao

I'm not innocent in the subject by any means, but I definitely prefer my transformations with a purpose rather than transformations because... transformations.
 
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