HAHAHA, oh man my interest keeps getting higher and higher... keep it up John!!
Wow! I can't wait to see this!
pff-what? XD this looks so strange and wonderful
I hope a "Fur-Con" never exists.These are turning out to be excellent bumpers.
bahahaaa! I can't wait to see what happens next.
This picture made my day!!!
They're covered in Falk fur.
Haha, can't wait to see what you make with this!
"I hope a "Fur-Con" never exists."Ahaha, innocence...I think I saw that raccoon guy once up in Illinois.
This drawing raises so many questions. Do furbies shave? If you're naturally hairy ( like some Armenians ) do you have to wear smaller costumes? Does furbyism start small, like with an attraction to women with wigs in their pits and afros between their legs? Does the sight of a hairless animal cause a furby to become ill? Do furbies have to provide the nuts for a chipmunk costume?Quick, someone call Sean Worsham, the resident expert.
I got an advance peek. Forget bumpers - there's a whole series in this one...
Trevor, I'm pretty sure that they become furbies when they are manufactured by the company that owns the copyright, and then children play with them. People become furries when a magical tiger-woman-fair appears in their bedroom at night and strikes their nether-region with her wand. They then succumb to the life of "furry-fandom".
Hilarious. Such cool drawings.Maybe the brushes should be varied more? The stamp patterns are so repetitious in the grungy strokes.Can't wait to see it.
Tiger-woman fair? Sounds kinky, Blake. You got a brochure?
Has to be Scribner. No one else drew shoe bottoms like that.
As a furry myself, I find this picture amusing. We're not all like that, but there is more accuracy to that picture than I care to admit.
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