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How to draw a furry? Answered

I have learned how to do this now!!!  In fact, I'm making some tutorials to post on DeviantArt and am putting them into a 'ible!  If anyone needs it, here it is! https://www.instructables.com/id/Drawing-AnthrosFurries/


I love furries, the problem is drawing them. I can't even draw a wolf really good. I would appreciate it if you added me on youtube at http://www.youtube.com/CloudStrife297 or added me on facebook at Cloud.Strife250@yahoo.com or emailed me. I would really appreciate it I want to be good at drawing more than anything.

I'd be happy to help if you'd like... though I wont guarantee good results but if you want to you can look at some of my art on FaceBook... Just look for Kiddo-kun Taala.

Actually Furries Are Just People Who Like To Draw Furries and Dress Up As A Furry, Just think of It Being Like An Actor being Someone Else,.... and only 17% furries are sexual in furry costumes :P

Im learing how to draw right now, and i want to learn how to draw stuff simular to VG cats. i want to do comic strips. any advice? see me here facebook.com/thedumbshow or twitter.com/statcmau5_exe


8 years ago

i gotta be honest furries ...r messed up but i will still try to give you my best answer i myself am only good with gimp but ive seen this guy on youtube
http://www.youtube.com/user/idrawgirls thats his account ive seen him draw wolfs deer everything there usually humanoid which is in the direction of a furrie :s but yea i guess u should let me see how it turns out lol good luck

1st I don't actualy consider myself a furry (and no they aren't messed up) 2nd I draw on paper. Thanks though.

As long as it stays on paper, i have no problems. In fact, I can appreciate it as an art-form and have several friends who could help you.

Not me though.

darn stick figures

what do you meen about it staying on paper? (thats as far as I can go anyway)

Some people get... creative. No more on it though. Disregard.

talking about yiff? I don't do that. The furrys who do that are called furverts.

Sounds like the first thing you need to learn to draw is a wolf. Then it's a matter of figuring out how to fit the wolf's head onto a humanoid body.

This is the approach I've taken, but you can't have it exactly like a real wolf head or it will just look wrong (I've tried it)

How you looked at how others have approached the problem? There's no shortage of examples out there on the web to study... Dropping a note to someone who's been doing it might yield some recommendations on how to adjust the proportions.