ID: d1040 No.18
Genets and servals, I think.
ID: 0f8c9 No.19
Elephants are a woefully under-represented species in furry art.
ID: e2fec No.21
Going over the Rare Species thread:
Goat (might become more popular come Chinese New Year)
Lemur (nb several varieties)
Also while I'm thinking of it:
ID: 2f382 No.26
Probably slightly biased here, but I don't see as much art of beavers around. Fish too. (I kinda have an eternally ongoing challenge for someone to draw a not hideous-looking anglerfish)
ID: e2fec No.27
I drew several servals.
ID: 86825 No.28
I tend not to see many shelled animals, mamilian or otherwise. I remember a good pengolin girl that you did a while back. The only one I've ever seen.
I also like amphibian girls (salamanders, newts, etc), but I seldom see them.
ID: 6024f No.29
you know what I've never seen, that seems ripe for the picking? Hippogriffs. Think anout it, the 3.5 monster manual is ripe fill of animalistic monsters just waiting to be anthropomorphized
I don't think that I've even seen a single sphinx
ID: 1784b No.34
I hardly ever see art done on ducks, roosters, axolotls and dolphins.
ID: 1784b No.35
Oh, and I hardly ever see young calves.
ID: eff85 No.39
Nice Although the elephant and hippo seem a little shiny compared to the Rhino.
ID: d258f No.54
I second genets. Also, female badgers.
ID: e2fec No.57
Badgers: British, Honey and American.
disappear for another few months
review the thread for something else to draw.
ID: 40085 No.58
>>32>underwater settings. just some wet, near-zero gravity fun.
Seconded. Some female, nude only wearing goggles and flippers. Maybe freediving or sucking someone off under the sea.
ID: f1c41 No.64
Is this still going on?