Ok I have a question. What are your thoughts on the furry community and what inspired you to draw like this? :) I love your art so much
I’m totally delighted that furries are into BoJack/my art in general. I’ve always drawn this way. When I was six, I drew myself as a cat who dressed and behaved like Weird Al Yankovic (that was the coolest thing I could imagine being).
I read the Furry Fandom wikipedia page to brush up on my knowledge and this description definitely fits : "…interested in fictional anthropomorphic animal characters with human personalities and characteristics," but I’m not a lifestyler & don’t find it erotic.
I feel like this a good place to plug this series my partner Adam co-created for College Humor: Furry Force. It’s SO GROSS AND FUNNY.
Things take a turn this week as your lover envelops you in her damp, stained leather sheets, some disturbing truths about Ghostbusters are revealed, and the cosmic forces vying for Dusty McClavin’s soul really get serious. Hope you’ve tied your shoes securely.
How did you know you were gay or when did you find out? Because I'm having some confusion and it's really stressing me out. I love this and the artdecade blog its really cute and um... hot, yet I can see myself dating a girl and not a guy?? help please
not sure if i’m the best to answer this but; i think that labels can be helpful things, but imo don’t really worry about figuring out which one suits you, just follow your preferences on a more case by case scale. like, if you’re a guy and you’re into some cute dude and you’re worried like “but i’m straight i shouldn’t like this” then the label has become unhelpful and is just getting in the way of a natural inclination. the purpose of labels is not to define you/your actions/your preferences on a strict and complete level, they’re to ease communication by representing broad ideas quickly, and so they inherently lack nuance or exception. just enjoy the stuff you like!