I Guess I’m Going to Start Learning to Draw, Like I Should Have. …On Fur Affinity.

I’ve been a closet babyfur for like a decade (which is a person who both likes anthropomorphic cartoon animals as well as a paraphilic infantilist, and they combine the two. No, infantilists are not pedophiles). I mean, as much as I talk about what childhood trauma did to me, it makes too much sense.

Well, I’m not going to be in the closet about it anymore. If I want to do the things I feel obligated to do, I need to learn how to draw. And I need to learn how to draw cartoon toddlers. And there’s no better place to do it than Fur Affinity. The place is loaded with babyfur art.

So I started using a recent account I made and getting into it. I started pushing myself to make art, and I joined some babyfur Discord channels. I started my new art by making a “fursona”. Sure, it’s just an MS Paint edit of a flash character creator, but art is art.

Here’s the finished product:

Here’s what I started with with the Oob character creator:

Then I got rid of the excess so I could work.

Then I started editing in MS Paint until I had 10 varieties of my new fursona.

A day later I updated all the colors:

I excel at creating adorable baby characters. 😛

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Salty Bitches ™ Brand Snacks

You ever just open a bag of mystery or off-brand chips and you’re all like, “Man, who taste-tested these?”

So I came up with a brand to describe this phenomenon.

The brand jingle is just Chef’s “Stinky Britches” song from South Park.

“Salty bitches, those are some salty bitches!”

Earworm of the Day: “When You Believe” | 2017-12-26

“When You Believe” from The Prince of Egypt. Remember when people cared about/remembered this DreamWorks movie? Those were good days for society.

The Whitney Houston version is almost the only version you can find anywhere, and it is a complete butchering of the emotion, dignity, and majesty of the original. It kinda stinks of celebrity pop money instead of having the sense of focus that the original had. The Hebrew part in the soundtrack version was removed from the pop version, and it is particularly poignant. Religious or not, you can feel the weight of the Hebrew lyrics sung by the children, straight out of the psalms recorded in the Bible. You know, showing actual reverence to God when the goddamned movie is The Prince of Egypt. Any other movie, I wouldn’t care if the part about God was left out. And regardless of what it is about, I always welcome respect and dignity.

A-shir-ra I’a-do-nai ki ga-oh ga-ah
(I will sing to the Lord for He has triumphed gloriously)
A-shir-ra I’a-do-nai ki ga-oh ga-ah
(I will sing to the Lord for He has triumphed gloriously)
Mi-cha-mo-cha ba-e-lim adonai
(Who is like You, oh Lord, among the celestials)
Mi-ka-mo-cha ne-dar-ba-ko-desh
(Who is like You, majestic in holiness)
Na-chi-tah v’-chas-d’-cha am zu ga-al-ta
(In Your love, You lead the people You redeemed)
Na-chi-tah v’-chas-d’-cha am zu ga-al-ta
(In Your love, You lead the people You redeemed)
A-shi-ra, a-shi-ra, A-shi-ra
A-shir-ra I’a-do-nai ki ga-oh ga-ah
(I will sing to the Lord for He has triumphed gloriously)
A-shir-ra I’a-do-nai ki ga-oh ga-ah
(I will sing to the Lord for He has triumphed gloriously)
Mi-cha-mo-cha ba-e-lim adonai
(Who is like You, oh Lord, among the celestials)
Mi-ka-mo-cha ne-dar-ba-ko-desh
(Who is like You, majestic in holiness)
Na-chi-tah v’-chas-d’-cha am zu ga-al-ta
(In Your love, You lead the people You redeemed)
Na-chi-tah v’-chas-d’-cha am zu ga-al-ta
(In Your love, You lead the people You redeemed)
A-shi-ra, a-shi-ra, A-shi-ra

The pop version replaced it with uninspired crap with an unmemorable melody. Because of course it did. I’m just going to enjoy the original.