The Accidental Dog (TransFun)(Woman to Dog)More Like This
Ohmigod. Um, well. First off, hi. I’m Trina, and this is Trina’s Transformations. Sorry that this is a little... odd, but I’m a little off right now. You see, a little bit ago, I drank something I shouldn’t have. It’s one of my mom’s TransFun vials. I wanted to experiment a little. You know, fresh out of high school... But I didn’t know this was an ‘ExChange’—or ‘Extended Change’.
Yeah, it’s expensive, and TransFun’s already said they’ll ship my mother a new sample. But that’s on the condition that I write this little blog. So... Here I am. Um, I’m a blonde eighteen-year old, about as Aryan as you’d expect. I have nice breasts—that’s a little tidbit for you fetishists out there. Yeah, I know you’re out there, it’s cool—I’ll probably ge
PE: Anthro Week [ What Inspires Anthro Artists? ]Anthro WeekMore Like This
What Inspires Anthro Artists?
Anthro art is such a unique and inspiring style that we can, in some aspects, relate to. Putting forth human characteristics into animals, creatures, objects and things. With that, some pieces really speak to us and as an artist and a viewer / appreciator of art, let's take a look at some artists thoughts on what inspires them to draw Anthro!
:iconkovowolf: What Inspires You About Anthro Art?
I find it intriguing that you can infuse human emotion and expression into animals
I'm inspired by arts with anthro of other artists, also I'm inspired by quality photos with wild animals and historical theme. Also I love wild feeling that art with anthro can give. I love art with wild anthro more than art with random furry in clothes, because anthro is closer to wil