I guess when your dick is that pencil thin you have no choice but to bumfuck dogs lol
worms on live in that mans balls.
why is there so many bestiality people now a days ?
They're probably aren't in the sense that there are more now, it's just that society allows it more so you see it more.
It's like kiddy diddlers, that used to be a condemn you to hell thing, now you have people pushing it towards legality. There aren't more of them, it's just more "acceptable."
This sort of shit is why the idea of an unmoderated image board is a failure. Just people shitting up worthwhile threads because they can.
OFF TOPIC ART DISCUSSION GOES HERE
Hijacking this thread for all off-topic discussion from the regular art thread.
Original thread https://lulz.net/furi/res/1544.html
You ever heard of taxidermy?
Yes, and it's disgusting. There is a reason it's the stereotypical past time of serial killers and back woods hicks. If you do it, you are human trash.
How about leatherworking? How about cooking meat? I hope you're a vegetarian.
You sound like a contemporary middle class bitch.
Can you pose the fox like this except facing the other direction so that his now-useless sexual organs are fully exposed for all the universe to see? Some say aliens have technology so advanced they can see us from out there, so why not give them something interesting to look at.
It's a female. Turning her around would not produce the desired effect.
Clayton used to collect the skulls of animals. Whether he killed them or salvaged roadkill was determined to be inconclusive since he went into hiding.https://en.wikifur.com/wiki/Clayton
How's come the actual hole in a dog's anus and many other mammals is a horizontal slit and in humans it's vertical?
Fox is ok, and raccoon is nice. But my vote is for opossum pie!
Creampie, that is.
Isn't that raccoon in the middle Nurse CoCo, from Doctor Lollipop?
smitty has made a bunch of CoCo art
the mans a herohttps://e621.net/posts?tags=smitty_g
because humans stand vertically and dogs (and almost all mammals) stand horizontally you absolute retard
human anuses also aren't vertical theyu are perfecly round
I have a question…
Say there's a pic I really like and want to animate it and post it somewhere. It's a commissioned pic, so I ask the artist and commissioners permission to post.
The artist gave me the ok, but the commissioner for some reason told me no. The commissioners male character is a basic black rabbit with some sparkledog coloring and no other features that make him unique. He dosn't own rabbits.
Would I be the asshole if I just recolored the male rabbit and posted it anyway?
The commissioner doesn't own the art if it's posted publicly. If they wanted people to see it so badly, it's free to use if not for profit.
Who owns the art is determined by the agreement between the artist and the commissioner, so you'd only need the permission from whichever one owns it from a legal standpoint.
From a moral standpoint, I'd call you a bit of a dick if either of them asked you not to, but whether you care about their feelings is up to you.
I'm not being paid for it. I did it entirely out of love for the piece. The artist gave me the ok but said I should ask commissioner too.
The female character is owned by Disney. It's self-insert rule34.
Guys you're posting in the off-topic thread.
I sunk the other one.
yes, you'd be a dick to at least the commissioner who doesn't feel comfortably having his character get animated in ways he may not want toe to act or move.>>3579058
Why would you not flip the canvas to detect the error before you go on to coloring? If you are prone to drawing lopsided characters and anatomy, you got to make the horizontal flipping a part of your progress.
As long as it is scribbly sketchlines, you are free to lasso-select whatever seems of and then resize, squish and rotate until it looks passable both flipped and unflipped.
I check it every time, sometimes catch some real bad tilted sketches. (getting less frequent thankfully \o/ )
That's why I'm going to draw my own bunny in his place. If the faggot dosn't like it, too bad. I offered him free art first.
>>3579068>detect the error before you do coloring
Ah, that's one of my many problems. I can't really see what I'm drawing until it's been drawn. Besides, at that point it was about four or five hours of drawing, but only twenty or so minutes of coloring. Also all of the colors are on different layers, so it's not that big of a deal.
I like the arts you do. Maybe take time to co.promise between old arts and new arts you are doing to find error detection? Learn from mistakes you are already have?
Your anatomy continues to improve. You are scaling the heads and bodies better. The legs are the same length and you are creating the illusion of volume with the light properly.
Maybe you just can't see the improvement because you are are looking at it every day as it incrementally happens? Compare a modern drawing to a year ago or two years ago, see how they have evolved?
damn thats good. i'd buy a dozen of those
Okay honestly why even bother drawing when you're
1. Too dissatisfied with your art to enjoy it
2. Unwillinlg to do the things you need to improve it
stop tracing zaush
he's never going to rape you
feel free to post a single example of a zaush picture i traced
I don't even like zaush's art, I like Anhes almost exclusively
>>3584359>i dont copy a semi-decent artist>i stan a complete shit one
>>3577950>tfw you will never wake up to a wet raccoon cunt sliding onto your dick
Life is cruel.
I was about to post almost this exact thing.
the art was great, however..
the writing feels like you dream of getting tag-teamed by Andrew Hussie & Jhonen Vasquez
and wtf was the point of that fingerfucking exactly? some edgy rape scene just for the sake of a edgy rape scene?
what a weird mess
If you want to complain about moderation, make a separate thread for it.
If you want to post your fox corpse, make a separate thread for it.
If you want to show off some taxidermy you did, feel free to post it here.
neat stuff, bud. keep at it :)
maybe in a few months' time, but no that's not mine>>3585435
thanks! I haven't ever drawn this much for this long (and improved this much), ever. I want to keep going and actually "make it" with something for once.
I want to make sure I'm understanding right. Do you have any more examples of "capturing contours" so I can see what I'm doing?
With those drawings, at least of the torso and the heads-on-gestures, I was just trying to combine two exercises in one
The torso one being basic anatomy practice of the upper body on top of a basic gesture drawing, and the heads was me trying to do muzzle studies on top of some gestures I did since I fucking suck at framing a muzzle on a head. So naturally some parts are a lot more contour-y than others.
"capturing contours" means when you are doing a figure drawing, you are putting the overall feeling of the pose/figure/whatever down with specific emphasis on the lines that fade off into space because that's what you're good at.
As to your 'practicing basic anatomy' wwith that pose, anyone can do that, don't even think about that right now. Anatomy is so easy and I'm seeing a contour sketch so much that I'm still categorizing it as such. Human anatomical proportions are so easy to remember. Humerus wwill reach down to the bottom of ribcage almost exactly, Femur will be slightly longer than ribcage, humerus and ulna will be appromately 1/1 etc blah blah. Anthro heads are 5x more challenging but my overall message was that your tendancy towards contours is a good thing and try not to lose it when you in evitably delve deeper into anatomy, ESPECIALLY with anthro heads which are extremely complex in comparison.
For example for the common dog, muzzle will be 1/3 the width of the frontal face. Don't think about this so hard that you forget to make a good silhouette when sketching a dog face and end up losing any sense of aesthetic or 'soul' to it. Get it? Contours are GOOD, they come BEFORE construction in most cases.
ah, got it. I see what you're saying now. I wanted to make sure it wasn't something specific to the pictures I posted.
I'm very afraid of the OTHER kind of contour drawing - where you try and copy things one-for-one with 0 construction at all, and it looks terrible. I wasn't sure if that's what you meant, or if it was something else.
Depends on the pose really. Experimenting will answer this for you but the advantage to the torso first is it allows you to anchor things pretty easily. Also stick figure never.
Try Manycam, it does mp4 desktop capture, works better than screenshots.
PotPlayer (portable) also has a screen capture function. I'd recommend it over Manycam if you don't mind tinkering with settings, since it has better mp4 compression options (h264, more fps and resolution settings, buffering to prevent skips, auto split recording)
This is better than most if not all of your other sketches. You seem to have focusued more on gesture and simple forms than tried to "run before you can walk" with too much anatomy.
oops I goofed her tail and forgot to make it wrap around her arm in the new spot
You did a good job hiding those Easter eggs.
Diabeetus. Had to be amputated, nothing to be done.
I've just about never been able to meet any challenges I've set for myself.
I found this image in the old vote-incentive folder on https://thisis.delvecomic.com/NewWP/
it seemed like the perfect image to practice on considering the season…
Best pic of entire thread so far.
Nothing but garbage tonight.>>3593571
Pft, ya okay.
A grouch that belongs in a trash can.
A Sisyphean task to be sure.>>3595658
Similarly, work takes up the majority of my week. When I am home, I wind up fucking off with video games or surfing. It really bothers me sometimes.
I didn't know I wanted this
Those are some weird looking dicks, Dan. ( ° ʖ °)
pls no dink shaming
Dan, I must say, your art is getting much, much better. I've seen a lot of improvement over the last year especially.
I can tell you are taking more time on each piece and planning out the drawings and getting the basic shapes right before you start doing the detail work them instead of just drawing on the fly and going directly to details. Your grasp of volume, weight, and how materials fold has also improved greatly.
Keep up the good work!
>>3596614>drawing every day a proper habit.
that might not necessarily be a good thing, lol
part of the reason my semester went so poorly is because I drew too much instead of studying
I'm still excited to see the finished drawing. Cats and leather are great.
and some more painting practice and a preliminary/experimental thumbnail. The house and the thumbnail are related to the story I mention below, and the sunset is just a for-fun/color study
I'm ramping up to finally starting draft pieces of the story I want to illustrate, the story that got me started painting/drawing back in July (first post here ayy >>3585414
I like the palm tree sunset drawing.
my friend got me to play Adastra and I hate him for it>>3600259
thank you, everyone seems to like that one the best
I like this cat, he's goofy.>volca
Oh! It's you! Your zeemaps icon of an edited lynx was always quite nice.
you're on /trash/ too? Damn, small world. Yeah, the one and the same
Speak for yourself, take enough bad dragon dicks and it goes from O to I.
I just got an unintentional joke, it goes from O-utput, to I-nput.
Good stuff bud. Looks like you had fun.>>3602871
Yeah well, I'm still trash. Just less trash on occasion.
That last dragon, that's a winner. But my favorite of the lot is the caribou. You did an excellent job with her face - she's gorgeous. Curvy and elegant.
I'm learning very quickly that making ref sheets is obnoxiously difficult
I really like how you draw feet, especially when it comes to rodents
looks very brackenwoodsy
february 2021, right now
I'm glad I did that study because I already feel like this is much, much better than my original thumbnails even though it's only just started and nowhere near done>>3603022
What's that? I'm finding a few references to a flash animation
also a shitty wip study that started off as a speed paint exercise
all of my painting that I try and render looks really… uncanny. I don't know what it is, but it just feels off
Upper left is cute!
someone's about to get bullied>>3604252
that one's my favorite too next to the big one on the right whose perspective I now realize I fucked really bad
I think it looks pretty neat
Oh, I really like fox-tail-grab.png. Nice pose, well done.
have some skulls in return
I'd post more if I wasn't, you know, me.
Besides, I don't have any useful advice to give.
>>3607079>I also feel like I'm talking to an echoing void in the art thread here
I can't draw, myself. I really do appreciate what you post, though.
I like your art. I'm glad you seem to like your art somewhat, too!
Those vixens are pretty hot. The base of the tail on the second one looks like it's angled up slightly too much to be realistic imo. Just a minor nitpick.
I made a surgical body horror erotic story, no im not going share my author name. So many stiched on tits, puppies, castration, forced sex changes , and full body tattoos.
its like human centapede with animal tits and a teen guy.
I guess things like vore arent so different from my sick fetishes. Why would I want to totally disfigure someone and castrate them, no idea.
compare: sunset study:>>3596308>>3600153
also this is as far as I got with my fursona bust at my current skill level
don't really know how to "improve" it further>>3607097
Thank you! It's all very strange feeling, having people complement my art. I tried doing music for 10 (Ten) years before I finally got my ass in gear doing visual art (still make music btw) and considering over a decade, precisely 0 people gave a shit about music; having people enjoy my beginner visual stuff is quite the non sequitur >>3607080
don't worry Dan I've been on here for a very long time, and your progress has inspired me to improve as I have. I remember your first posts and you've come a long, long way in improvement
You can link that too, and I will try listening to it.>having people enjoy my beginner visual stuff is quite the non sequitur
Yeah, it is interesting, how standards and expectations play into things, and how novices can impress people who aren't even novices.
so I guess I can upload stuff to vocaroo
I had to take a 7 month hiatus from writing music because I couldn't get my music station set up in my new place but now I got it up and running. I'm still a bit rusty
My friend wants me to write music for a visual novel he's writing, and I mocked up a title theme for him. https://vocaroo.com/1alyiGkywD1z
Just do a webm herehttps://www.xmedia-recode.de/en/index.php
Profile: custom; Format: webm
Mode: Convert; Codec: VP8; Rate Control: 2-Pass variable Bitrate
Mode: Convert; Codec: Vorbis; Sample: 44.1K/48K; Channels: Stereo; Rate: Constant bitrate (haven't tried if lulz is compatible with variable bitrate or constant quality)
You can usehttps://catbox.moe/
Or for temporary oneshttps://litterbox.catbox.moe/>>3609250
I can't call this song memorable, BUT, it is cozy and I like the twang in the instrument. It reminds me (in a good way) of some poor piano recordings I've really enjoyed.
that's about what I was going for. It's a quick rough draft I threw together in 30 minutes while we were in a voicechat, so there's lots of room for improvement. I also don't wanna come out guns blazing on the title screen, pacing concerns and whatnot. Gotta save up the emotional load so the music can shoot its wad at the actually interesting parts.
I've got much more memorable (at least in my opinion) songs and leitmotifs to go with the characters.
They might not be super original but fuck if they're not still stuck in my head days later
>>3608751>you've come a long, long way in improvement
Lol, that's true.
But is it really nine years of improvement?
>>3609412>that dragon final form
The ability to draw cute, anthro faces is worth your hand's weight in gold.>>3609991
The colors do really pop on this.>>3610285
Is that yellow thing the dog's tongue? It's color looks different than the dog's tongue above.
He definitely looks better with his lips on.
how many hours did it took? what methods and tools did you use to draw the pic?
I started on png pixels and used layers to transparent and blurr the light last.
embarassingly, about 2 hours. I do these thumbnails to get faster but I get distracted, and still wind up getting lost in details.
As for methods and tools, I start from the back and work my way forwards on different layers while using a round brush. I try and color match to the reference as best as possible.
I like this image a lot.
I think I'm done with it for now. After this, for the time being I think I'm gonna focus on anatomy and characterization
Ahhh, I guessed right! I thought>this is is either a modern house, or an airport
and it IS an airport!
Good job. I'm pleasantly reminded of the view from inside Phoenix Sky Harbor.
What many people think of as "modern" is actually Bauhaus style, which was invented in the 1910's.
Hi Mr. Magic. I'm very much into pussy stretching and being a size queen as a fetish. If you find the time, would you consider drawing a series of a sharp dressing business cat trying to survive her working week wearing increasingly large dildos or plugs? Without getting embarrassingly caught of course.
Its the clean-cut lines that keep it looking modern.
…also: finally finished a thing again.
The interesting question is, what would be "modern" if you had to pick a style that actually represents modernity.
the cheapest that only lasts a week beyond whatever warranties the construction companies are bound to uphold by the law.
Soon to be replaced by the cheapest you are only allowed to lease and will cease to function when your license expires or is terminated.
I'm digging those multi nips, but I think she might be broken.
Guys can have multinips too. He's cute in a way.