Draw Furries: How to Create Anthropomorphic and Fantasy Animals

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Krause Publications, Dec 10, 2009 - Art - 128 pages
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How to Create Anthropomorphic and Fantasy Animal

What do you get when you cross a human with a horse (or a hamster, or a hummingbird)? You get any one of a number of fun anthropomorphic animals, also known as "furries" to their friends. From facial expressions to creative coloring, this book contains all the know-how you need to create anthropomorphic cat, dog, horse, rodent and bird characters.

Step by step, you'll learn how to:Draw species-appropriate tails, eyes, wings and other fun details Give your characters clothes, poses and personalities Create the perfect backgrounds for your furry antics—with two start-to-finish demonstrations showing how Packed with tons of inspiration—from teeny-bopper bunnies and yorky glamour queens to Ninja squirrels and lion kings—Draw Furries will help you create a world of crazy, cool characters just waiting to burst out of your imagination.

 

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Contents

Introduction
5
Furry Hybridization
6
Artistic Style
8
Human Anatomy
10
Felines
12
Canines
26
Equines
40
Rodents
54
Birds
68
Furry Extras
82
Color Step by Step
90
Perspective Settings
102
Guests Galllery
120
Authors Gallery
124
Index
126
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Lindsay Cibos and Jared Hodges are the creators of the graphic novel series Peach Fuzz, for which Lindsay won the Grand Prize in the prestigious TokyoPop Rising Stars of Manga contest. They've created manga-style art since 1997. They've worked with 100+ clients on print and online projects, including the anime-inspired role-playing game book Big Eyes, Small Mouth: d20 Edition.

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