Support PlayfurryIf you are quite fond of anthropomorphic animals and mythological or imaginary creatures that possess human capabilities, and you have a great sum of a few Ulysses S. Grants, then you should turn to none other than the qualified Playfurry for both.
Alan Campos, A.K.A. Playfurry, is a born to be artist of Furries: animals with human resemblance, and I'm glad to have him as a friend. He isn't at all like the typical artist of furry that makes tons of sonic fan art, simple portraits of existing furries, or even make nothing but smut out of his work. Alan Campos is beyond that, and he certainly has a lot to show for it with his unique style of artwork.
"What makes his artwork so unique?" you ask me? Like any good artist out there, Alan's style of artwork is unique because it's his own, and no one could ever do it like he can. The thing about Alan's style, is that he can take any non-existing anthropoid and turn it into something with length and depth. Lucario, Mew, Mew II, Bagi, Fiskerton,
Secret Saturdays - Exotic Entree Pt IA series of torches mounted on walls of stone set aflame and bring light into a crypt of dark. Instrumental tunes chant out both bizarre and goth as a title fades in reading "Weird World". As the title fades out, a sudden eye blinding spark of light unleashes a blow of thick smoke. An incredibly pale figure, wearing a robe of grayish azure, stands out calmly from the vaporizing smolder and looks dead straight into the center with his sharp eyes of flax.Secret Saturdays - Exotic Entree Pt I3 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
"Greetings and Bienvenue! I am your gracious host, V.V. Argost!", he presents himself.
"Are you sitting comfortably in your seats my dear Weird World watchers?"
Moving back gradually lies Zak Saturday within the soft confines of the living room sofa.
"Good. And are you loyal to senseless violence and gore?", Argost asks.
Zak watches V.V. Argost's Weird World on the big screen, as he enjoys the soft beverage in his hand.
"Even better", Argost smirks. "For tonight..."
Secret Saturdays - Exotic Entree Pt II"You're not seriously leaving us with a babysitter, are you???", Zak Saturday whines.Secret Saturdays - Exotic Entree Pt II3 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
The young Saturday and Gorilla-Cat follow Doc all the way through the hallway of the south-west wing of Saturday HQ and into the elevator. With the press of a button, the elevator starts taking the three Saturdays down to the hanger deck where Drew Saturday is waiting for them. Through one of the windows, Fiskerton catches a glimpse of the open ocean over the cliffs reflecting the moon's descending lights just before the elevator had taken the Saturdays below ground.
"Don't even try to argue out of this one Zak", the eldest Saturday challenges.
"For once, your mother and I want to have an anniversary where we don't have to worry about what will happen to the place while we're gone."
"But why a babysitter???", Zak continues.
"Think about it, it actually has the word baby in it!"
"Do you remember what happened the last time we left the two of you alone?"
The young Saturday an
TSS Season Two Review Pt IIWelcome to part two, of my review, on Secret Saturdays season two...Huh, I'm a poet, and I didn't even know itTSS Season Two Review Pt II4 years ago in Settings More Like This
Anyways, before I continue, there are at least two big flaws in season one that I'd like to point out
As my DA Sister, Mytokyokitty, has pointed out several times, is how Drew Saturday goes into Weird World with Doc and the Secret Scientists to get back the Kur Stone, despite the fact that she's pregnant with Zak. Sure she's barely showing, but she still pregnant and shouldn't exert herself, especially when she's in a house of macabre that can kill her
I on the other hand, have noticed a continuous flaw throughout the entire series
In episode twenty, The Kur Guardian, Fisk, Zak, and Abbey are introduced by a giant Lemurian head stone that can speak to them telepathically
Abbey: Telepathic communication, of course! It's the only way to be sure that everyone understand its own language - "Kur Guardian"
Now I did a lil research on the Lemurians, and they did in fact have the abil
The WindowWinter - the most chilling season of the year, but makes up for its bitter nature with a transparent and luminescent sense of serenity. Whenever I peek through my living room window to observe the arctic conditions that the nightfall of winter has to offer, I can see fragments of something in particular forming a pile right before me. Recollecting and putting the pieces together like a jigsaw puzzle, an image is assembled - a middle aged woman holding the hand of a young boy through a field of frost. They follow underneath a street light, its illumination guiding them as well as helping them perceive the numerous flakes of snow that coat them and fall before their path. Being just the two of them in a prolonged stroll between all that is illuminating and dim, an indescribable sense of tranquility slowly overwhelms the woman and child after growing accustomed to the bitter atmosphere of winter's night. Ever know the sensation of when treading through several streets of snow in the middlThe Window2 years ago in Emotional More Like This
TSS Season Two Review Pt III 'edit'So, it all comes down to this. What was it exactly that made season two end so miserably?TSS Season Two Review Pt III 'edit'4 years ago in Settings More Like This
Well, I shall tell you...
...Right after I make one final statement
The Cryptids in season two, are not that well thought out, don't have much of an original look of their own, and don't follow much to their following descriptions
The Thunderbird was alright, except for the fact that they made it WAY to freaking huge! It pretty much slaps the theory of the Hand of Tsul Kalu being that of a Thunderbird's claw, seeing as how they have its claws as a human's body! Plus, they gave it a second set of wings, but not bird wings, oh no. They made the Thunderbird's second set of wings, a pair of BAT wings...WHY??? I know it's a cryptid, but, even for a CRYPTID, that's just unnatural!
The Ahuizotl looked like an extra hairy, and hispanic version, of Aipom from Pokemon. I could look a this thing all I want, but I for one can never really tell if this is really suppose to be the beast with a thousand eyes. Wh