She's a cute.
what if she is 15? she can still be cute and be 15 at the same time, also, now she is legal.
also, a lizard.
btw im working on a katia lewd interactive flash here is a sneak peek http://imgur.com/tU7lG4xsuggestions?
Minor thing, but on the last frame with the mouth open, the lineart isn't closed on the fingertips. Other than that I've got no suggestions for content, I'll be happy with whatever!
I'd say try using different width of lines. You lose detail and make things look messy by having little things like the fingers and collarbone with the same thick lines as everything else.
The answer to both of these is
i was going to make her heyes bibrate and glow,
gonna take that in count and animate her head a little more
i will add it
nothing final, just a quick render to show what i got so far, gonna fix it eventually
>try using different width of lines
i-im not good at doing that
>kaz will never have a fan furry party and have everyone put on tails and cat ears
>Finally play Precede
>"What do Khajiit taste like?"
well that and the extremely excited Porcupine Dodger
I love her little fwips, they make me want to pick her up. I want to pick everybody up, so that's not reliable.
I would attend one of those. We could rent some scuba equipment and play cards underwater.
>rent some scuba gear and play cards underwater
It's either we do this and use up all of the funding from the merchandise, or he works more on these updates.
I'd say the scuba gear would be the better choice
Khajiit would be better, soft and fluffy. And as cats they for natural cuddle piles in enclosed spaces. And they are self cleaning so >>77701424 's comment would be less of an issue.
For a Prequel drinking game, we gotta use Cider right? Cause you know, Cider... Or Wine cause Grape is a moderator.
I can't think of a drink that would make for a cat pun though. For the best, that would just mean we would have to take a drink every time we took a drink. This could only lead to CAT-asstrophe.
A pun and an innuendo in one. I think that makes 1 drink, followed by a chain bonus making a total of 2. I think we can up that to the point of instant death somehow, or just make it to be "chug a bottle of vodka".
Jesus man calm it with the puns before you cause the universe to implode
Shhh, don't let other people know. He's gotten a bit better, working at a local soup kitchen as a chef, so most people just think that he has horrible burns which is why his face is all wrapped up. He's also got some giant shoes and strange gloves on all the time, making him seem even quirkier, but the regulars don't seem to mind much and enjoy his company.
I really hope the campaign ends soon.
>Guts got off the boat
>The flash update still isn't out
Very well this one will stop littering the thread with... wait I fucked up.
This one will stop punishing you all... no fucked up again.
This one will swallow it's pride and... god damn it.
I... is... going... away... Say "hi" to Kazerad fur me though.
I feel bad because there were a bunch of people asking me questions past thread and I never got a chance I reply.
-Pratchett is one of those authors I've never read, but which has been hyped up to me so much that I'm worried he'll never meet the expectation that has been set.
-I like some worldbuilding, but 99% of it just feels like an existing story with the names changed. I don't want to berate someone if they enjoy that, but a lot of times it just feels like they want to write pure homage fanfiction without the stigma of doing so.
-I think a good critic is one who can represent a wider audience's views. Like, for someone like me who has access to thousands of people's opinions on my work, it's okay to just know a lot of people who express their personal thoughts. For someone just starting out on something who only has one or two people read their work, they need someone who can predict what a wider audience will say. The guy who told that anon "I don't like vampire stories" was not a good critic, he was just an ordinary reader, but someone who says "people are tired of vampire stories" may be a good critic (if they're right).
You should add high-fives, belly rubs, and nose boops. I mean come on, you have an opportunity here, don't blow it on only what's predictable.
I don't think they need to. The comic rewards TES knowledge a lot but does not require it to get it's theme. Anything they don't understand can be chalked up to 'that's just how prequel's world is'
The bigger concern is that the polyester fabric is very thin. It's somewhat stretchy, drapes very nicely, and would be perfect if you wanted to spread it across a bed and lay nude on it for a photo shoot, but it wouldn't do very much to keep you warm as a blanket.
:0 I'll keep that in mind, thanks! It's good to hear, given that badly done audiobooks are a Diamond Dozen
Audiobooks are great for doing chores and transit. Once you find one you like and you start to get into it you'll start looking forward to doing the dishes/taking the subway/etc.
You just have to get over that initial barrier of listening but tuning out. It's the equivalent of moving your eyes over a page but not reading. All audiobook noobs suffer from it but a couple of chapters into a book and you'll understand everything without even paying attention. We can give you some book recommendations if you want.
Good Omens avoids many of Pratchett's excesses and takes advantage of his strengths; I'd recommend starting with that one, even though you've almost certainly already had like a thousand recommendations and advisals on the subject and yet another opinion is just shamefully superfluous
That was me. I'll gladly tell you which books to read, and believe me - he is as good as people say. He has some, well, not-so-good books, but overall- there's tens of good ones. You can start with Equal Rites, Guards! Guards!, Mort and Smallers Gods. Should be quite enough to show you his style of writing, and each one of these is tied to later books or is the starts of a series (Witches of Lancre, Guards of Ankh-Morpork and Death). If you only want one, but that shows later Discworld, where Pratchett wrote more about different races, you can try Monstreous Regiment - it has a cameo with some Ankh-Morpork characters, but nothing major, and it's a great closed story about war and always remembering to put your socks the right way in your pants.
>Lizards are back
I'M READY TO START PAYING ATTENTION TO THIS COMIC AGAIN
That said, I pretty much agree with PR dude. Although I maintain that starting with whatever grabs your attention is also good.
'Cause the first few were relatively shit.
Because the first few Pratchett books suck ass real hard. I already tried that and about five people never gave him the chance, just because the first two Rincewind books weren't that interesting. While Equal Rites isn't perfect, it's an okay start.
Sorry, I get confused with threads, I also told Kaz about Pratchett a while ago, probably got it mixed. Great that you're also trying to get him into it, he'd love what Pratchett does with writing and constructing fantasy worlds.
Discworld is huge fucking IP. And it happens to be conveniently broken out in mostly self-contained series, each with their own flavor.
I never used Towering, and forgot it existed. Missing one bit from something with such a large lore doesn't immediately mean I don't know anything.
...Khajiit are the human-like race that have pale skin, pointy ears, and a superiority complex, right? :^)
>How did you end up fixing the bot situation, Ch'marr?
He gave me a thing where I manually enter the number and press "okay".
I am the bot now. It's me.
But for real guys go buy some merchandise so I don't have to do this anymore.
>But for real guys go buy some merchandise so I don't have to do this anymore.
Speaking of which. Hey thread, would it make me too much of a shill if I offered you guys discount commissions right now? I need 10 more bucks on my paypal to get the tapestry pack.
I just noticed that if you click and hold the Katia in the upper right of the Dodge page that makes it scroll to the bottom, she'll make a confused expression since it won't scroll to the bottom until you release the button.
I think what you're seeing is just what happens when you click her nose. You can also give her a high five!
But anon, that's Rajirra.
Something something racist, something something look the same.
Oh come on, it's not that bad. The "digital gimmicks" are not particularly badly-used and the artist clearly has some decent grasp of how lighting works, even if the anatomy really needs to catch up. It's usually the other way around, from what I've see people tend to learn light at a slower rate than anatomy.
What an artist "should" do depends on the specific situation. If you want to create character art to appeal to an audience, then yeah you're right, start with the basics. But if the artist only creates stuff for their own entertainment then they "should" just focus on whatever they enjoy doing.
And sometimes just focusing on the things you like is the best way to maintain motivation and discipline as you learn everything else along the way.
I'm not saying to straight up ignore things that you don don't enjoy as much.
For example if you like painting lights and shadows, then maybe you'll have an easier time learning anatomy by playing with shading muscles with high contrast lighting rather than with lines. It may be a slower learning experience, but if you're not creating art as a profession then there's no obligation to min-max the efficiency of your practice.
You should feel proud for yourself anon, it's not often that such high levels of memery are achieved. You're making humanity a great service.
I like the colours you used.
While I agree with what you are saying, it is a very dangerous advice to give. There are tons of people out there that have been drawing for years but draw like autists, not because they don't want to improve but because they're afraid of shittier things than those they already can make so they end up drawing the same thing over and over.
'Fingers are too hard for me' is very much a valid excuse to never draw any and you shouldn't feel bad that you like drawing long sleeves better but people won't judge your art based on how much fun you had making it.
does Katia have what it takes to be someone in life?
the face still might need some work, but it's also a strange angle. Maybe steal a cat from your neighbours an snap a few pics.
I could take the lazy furry aproach of "make everything look like a dog" and give her the typical longish portruding snout, but I prefer keeping the more straight-line profile feline skulls have which I'm definetely finding harder to draw at odd angles.
Either way I'm probably going to completely re-draw part of Rajiira tomorrow with a fresh eye since the head and shoulder are really bugging me.
It's about striking the right balance, but it's also about identifying the core elements that make you recognize things at a glance.
Bethesda is definitely guilty of just chopping animal heads and plopping them on a human body without much thought put into it.
Ideally you want to identify what makes you recognize a cat as a cat, and distill that into it's most basic and identifiable form, and integrate that with the human equivalent. The way I see it, the straight forehead-nose line is one of those elements for felines.
Then you use utilization to fill the gaps and make shit fit together nicely, which for me usually means giving the character big cartoony eyes and shrinking their mouth so it's all on the front of the face without extending to the sides.
>The way I see it, the straight forehead-nose line is one of those elements for felines.
it really depends on the kind of cat but in general that applies. The muzzle makes an almost square shape with the nose tip and chin in the larger, panthera sub family due to the huge jaws(which also changes the shape of their neck and shoulders), but in Felidae, the muzzle is shorter and smaller, more upturned, and this makes the face look flatter and more human-like overall.
Oblivion's Khajiit are lion based, which partly goes into why they're so uncanny and ugly, apart from the godawful texture work and animations. Skyrim uses housecat-like head geometry, and Morrowind has head models that resemble both.
oh, if only every furry artist was into morphology as much as i.
The thing is, you are not trying to draw a Khajiit and you are not trying to draw a cat. What you wanna do is draw Katia and if the fur color is the only identifying feature left, I don't know if you made the right choice.
Kaz himself has changed Katia's model so many times it doesn't warrant numbering. Things like the size of her muzzle, the presence of cheeks, the angle or height of her nose tend to float around, the linework and certain elements in the face are far more important.
Nonsense. There are like 4 different Katias:
From the beginning there was ballhead Katia and ballhead closeup. Later on came detail closeup (cheek tuft, more defined nose) and detail (same, but not in closeup).
Of course there were differences sometimes, but that is more of a consistency issue (what with Cider drawing and just sometimes not getting it 100% right).
Attached a comparison between randomly selected updates. Ballhead Katia is still used (not in closeups), but the main defining features have never changes: big eyes, big pupils, pointy eyelashes, "flat" ears and a cat-like mouth. Of course also the later added, rectangular cheek fuzz, which hasn't changed since.
Recycled sprites from literal years ago do not count, anon. You have to fish for actual unique drawings to spot differences.
Check her flash game look, the recurring gif of her turning to look back, or the latest page with her showing her bra. The length, height and shape of her muzzle, the root of ears and the angle of her forehead are not consistent, and are up to whatever works at the moment.
Trying to obsess over catlike features is probably the wrong way to go when drawing Katia, or most anthro characters. You shouldn't just draw a human face and paint it a cat color, but if you're stupid like Bethesda's artists, you try to incorporate the cat elements into the design and pull back on them a little, rather than doing what they should be doing:
Which is taking a human face, finding what's appealing about it and its ability to convey emotion, empathy, etc (because we're evolved to obsess over those traits) and then animalizing parts of a human face to incorporate those animal features to the point that they don't interfere with the character's ability to convey human reactions at all. Even if you're making a giraffe person it should still have a "human" facial arrangement and ability to express itself.
There's always someone that hates that and wants a realistic animal head on a human body though, and despises when they're sexualized and so on because they want a "true" fantasy creature. I imagine Bethesda had one of these dumbasses on their staff. The end result of that is a small minority of people loving the result but most people being completely unable to engage with the race or character because it's deep in the uncanny valley that Bethesda employees seem to want to live in.
Imagine if Kaz had, instead of using the simplified looking, flat, almost human looking face for Katia, had instead drawn a realistic looking Khajiit skull for her. Same with Quill-Weave. I doubt I'd be doing any fan art of it, that's for damned sure.
>Kaz himself has changed Katia's model so many times it doesn't warrant numbering.
>are not consistent, and are up to whatever works at the moment.
Those are very different things. As I said:
>but that is more of a consistency issue
Changing the model would be something like adding the cheek fuzz, which he did once.
And those two panels you were referring to were one of a kind so far. If you look at this unique panel from the latest update. It's still the same eye/nose/mouth ratio.
they're not the fluffiests but iberian lynxes are damn cute
Well would you look at that, it's the Grape-man himself.
Hey, plague, how is it that you show up everywhere I look. In Dark Souls, Ruby Quest, Prequel, practically everything that I find myself being a fan of, you show up, deliver a speech on how things can be improved, and then vanish like a puff of smoke.
What is your secret?
I'm not sure why you're slagging off Bethesda. As far as character design goes, Skyrim has a photorealistic aesthetic. How would one design cat people when they have to stand next to unstylized humans? Katia's design works for Kaz because she fits her environment.
Also, the process of placing subtle animal characteristics on a human face would certainly fit an Ohmes Khajiit but not a Suthay-Raht.
I can't agree with that. Part of the reasons we find certain animals like cats appealing is how they can display human-like behavior and expression as they are, and that molds our perception of them. Animals can express very well in meassure of how well the artist knows what elements there are in them to work with, there's hardly a need to humanize any further than necessary on cats, for example.
Also always starting off a human face cripples your ability to really go all out and give a unique look to characters. Humans themselves have such a vast range of variation in their faces already, that saying to stick with human features is not a bit constructive to fantasy, specially if the animal-ness is a relevant point, anthro sharks are THE most poignant example of people getting boring results for not venturing into 'ugly'.
Gee, guys. Don't embarrass me in front of Gripes-kun
>Those are very different things
How? Not sticking to a model is by any means a lack of design consistency.
He himself would probably tell you that Katia's design is only meant to be simple, recognizable and strike a few psychological chords to be as cute as possible, and any additional detail is an on the spot solution rather than a planned, stablished element.
Katia is more or less cat than what you need her to be, because her default for is 'circle'.
There is a difference between design of a character and the consistency of the art in which the character is drawn.
The design is the mold and the art is whatever you put in the mold. With a bad mold you will always get a bad product, but with a good mold you can get a good product or a bad product depending on the materials you use. The mold itself rarely/never changes.
>implying I'm memeing
>implying that isn't the actual noise I make when I'm upset
I think I'll just put another mark on my tally of internet arguments won right now, for clearly, you have been bested.
just playing around with toonboom diferent network options and configurations, this was fun to make and was faster than i spected
But Khajiit aren't human, though. And treating them as such is fucking doomed to fail.
The forms of their sub-species range from actual housecats to Bosmer.
Besides, humans are masters at projecting. If we want to see human-like things in something, we will.
Come on now, imps are lying little bastards and you know it
Nice use of "and," faggot
There was an attempt. I really didn't stay on-model at all.
The nose looks looks kinda flat, it should move more up and down than the eyes, it can even go between they eyes wheen looked from a downward agnle
Last night I dreamt the new update was up, I think it was called 'Katia: Lose your shit' or something, and the page CSS was whack with bright yellow colours and shit. Katia was dumping her entire inventory to the ground, like angrily throwing her rope to the ground, and deleting all her quests. It was a good update. But then I remembered the new update is gonna be called 'Katia: Infiltrate' and I sort of accepted that this isn't real and move on to dream other things. All and all it was a good update.
>There's always someone that hates that and wants a realistic animal head on a human body though, and despises when they're sexualized and so on because they want a "true" fantasy creature. I imagine Bethesda had one of these dumbasses on their staff.
Well fuck you too.
It's a fucking fantasy game, not a furry game. You know what's mythologically inspired proper fantasy? Beastmen. Men with the heads and other characteristics of beasts. You know what's anime bullshit? Catgirls. Girls with some small secondary feline features.
It's not pandering to the porn demographic. It's pandering to fucking fantasy. Inspired by myths, not by pinups. They're not *meant* to be fucking empathetic, they're meant to be fucking catmen.
That said, their models are still shit. They just can't handle actual realistic cat models.
Isn't the lack of desire for a relationship being aromantic, not asexual? Some asexuals really want romance and some aromantics are horndogs, so they're accounted as different. Asexuality refers to just... sexuality. So it sounds like he's a low-libido bisexual aromantic. Though possibly pansexual instead of bisexual, if we're using the gender-binary-limit definition of bisexuality, as he appears to display some attraction to argonians, who in some interpretations have gender life stage changes, which would make them genderfluid under clause IV of the Exceptional Atmospheric Ice Crystals in Online Parlance act of aught-9.
So he'll need to file form 117b (subsections A, D and E) at the Bureau of Gender and Sexuality Identification by 12 noon next Tuesday.
I had a dream where Kaz told everyone the flash wouldn't be up for at least a whole week, so don't bother F5ing constantly. Then he immediately uploaded the flash when people weren't looking.
I woke up thinking "Man, Kazerad's a dick"
>dat tail swish
I wish the games had casting animations this good.
>What's the story behind the social experiment thing?
A lot of stuff I do with Prequel is for the noble cause of Seeing What Happens. Like, from the Homestuck-esque intentional style inconsistency to the occasional sad scene that makes people ragequit the comic and leave an angry comment, I try to test out a lot of things that people typically say are horrible ideas, but which I kind of suspect otherwise. How well I succeed at that is up for debate.
I'm pretty open about my efforts to do this, though. Like ideally I want people to look at stuff I made an either say "hey, that works pretty well" or "holy shit that doesn't work at all" and use that to inform decisions when making their own things.
>Dodger's leggings unwrap
>Her purse spits out some coins
>And her top unlaces
This can only go great places.
Also, Kaz, don't think I haven't noticed that you have been cleverly concealing the Argonian dude's groin in every single panel
Because I very much noticed.
Don't be gender biased, Kaz, I still have the Weedum Ja pics you drew for us.
Then stop spoiling jokes. Geez.
Well, I use online readers. It used to be my google reader account but then it closed so now I use theOldReader. It's pretty convinient because I can read from all my devices and I can have multiple accounts for different content.
I feel like the top outer outline of his tail in the last frame is too high up/too close to the outline of his leg. It should end sooner than that while tending towards the line of his spine.
drawfag here, ow i´m just one of the caturday drawfags, i´ve done worse delivers for two hours of work, I just colored the first sketch I did, training my "drawthread style", drawfags are underpaid, we can´t do a lot better in such small time..., aslo OR got a full colored deliver, which is most than I usually do.
I even had one version with the light source comming for the right place, but scrapped it because I liked the wrong version more, the mushroom was initially supposed to be the main light source, then I had the idea of drawing the moons and fucked the whole thing up , removing the moons and correcting the lighting made the picture more correct, but I really just liked them there lel.
anyway, still taking requests, I should draw more katias to practice
Alright lasso, i can't actually help you right now so i'm gonna give you three pointers, and hope someone else in the chat can show you through:
-sausage fingers and nonexistant palms. Don't wing it, go study some hands this time.
-her neck isn't leading to the center of her torso, you didn't stick to you sketch enough, or didn't spend enough time with it. One of her shoulders seems to have gone missing.
>the legs aren't bending according to any particular logic. The pose wouldn't work if her hips were't tilted, and the muscle tone/fat doesn't match the angle you're going for.
I got a couple issues with the face but my long winded nitpicking can wait until i'm home.
What spell is that? I'm not too familiar with the TES universe but with a constellation appearing in this panel it looks like a birthsign perk. But unlocking everything for free seems like a pretty strong spell so I dunno
So how did he Tower the lock open when Dodger said that it looked too complex for it? Is he using Tower from the tower Doomstone, which is capable of opening hard locks? Might explain why Quill would later try to write books about the Doomstones.?
always good to see you around man
maybe I should try more detailed fingers? for katia it always seems like a grey area between stylize and realistic details.
katias head is always kinda tricky for me, because he is either a sphere or a realistic animal, I guess I will just work more on my model of her maybe something far more realistic could work? but it would be offmodel to kaz design.
but you´re right, I just abandoned the sketch as soon as it didn´t look "too wrong", that´s part of the deliver I guess, being a slow drafter and a fast colorist going fast kinda makes my drawings be more sketchy than they should. I am still looking for the right "timing" between the sketch and the coloring, I hope it will come with practice.
but your help is always welcome dude! I will be waiting for you so we can draw more pumas.
>maybe I should try more detailed fingers? for katia it always seems like a grey area between stylize and realistic details.
That's really not the main issue here. Those hands you drew just don't work. Taking her left hand for example. Look at your own hand, even if you look at it straight from the front there is no possible angle where you would ever see the four fingers like that without seeing where they join the palm. Furthermore, her hand SHOULDN'T be facing straight front anyways, since she's holding the spear with the bottom end pointing forwards. And the fingers don't even have enough space to actually wrap around the staff, the index and middle finger are just clipping right trough.
Keep a small mirror on your desk, makes looking at your hands for reference really easy.
Also opened up a secret money compartment.
And there's no reason Dodger wouldn't have been able to do that as well.
The Tower birthsign allows you to open an average lock where you target, whereas the Tower doomstone allows you to open hard locks within 15ft. of where you target. This is obviously the latter at work.
It's pretty neat that the magic sparks he makes create the sign of the Tower.
There's was another popular term, no? I remember my brother also taking notice with the use of "fandom" instead of whatever it was he used when younger. I can't remember it, and the internet's not helping either. I think the suffix was the same, though.
>go check on Dodger side story
>click the katia button
>“You’ve, uh, kept that pent up a while, then?”
>He nods. “I was locked in a cage for three weeks.
haha pic related haha
Her belt came undone.
I'm sorry, egg-laying fetishists. Tower Key does not induce menstruation.
I sure hope you realize there's no point reasoning about it. They're gonna imagine something crazy and you can't stop them.
Nothing wrong with it I guess.
Right now, going to bed! I've been up since like 5am, and then I was out with friends most of the day.
Unrelated, just recently the artist who did the Unity mural had a birthday. You should celebrate by buying one so she gets money. /shill
Perhaps Kazerad is causing these kinks.
>2. easily influenced.
In other words Kazerad is influencing his readers to create kinks and fetishes in them. No doubt it's all part of some social science/nefarious plan or something.
He plans to create a large number of people with kinks that only he is willing and able to cater to and get rich off of the monopolistic merchandising.
>Tower Key does not induce menstruation.
>implying argonians do "menstruate" eggs
>it is kaz-canon that argonian women regularly produce unfertilized eggs, like chickens
1) QW comes into her kitchen to find Katia boiling something. Katia says she was hungry and found it lying around. It's an egg. Next panel shows Quill-Weave's horrified/embarassed face. Pause. Katia says it's ok, she tested it in a glass of salty water like you're supposed to and it's still fresh, she isn't THAT desperate for sustenance. Zoom on Quill-Weave's face, same expression.
2) Argonian-Katia has probably passed her eggs off as "no they're just big chickens" sometimes to make quick desperation bucks.
3) Regular egg-laying takes a lot of muscle. Argonian ladies can probably almost snap your dick off.
>egg-laying takes a lot of muscle
There is one, but it's script-locked.
Ruin a fancy dinner party by casting a spell that removes everyone's clothes (including your own).
It's the quest to get Sanguine's Rose in Oblivion.
Did you... piece those together yourself? You know you can download them all as one image already, right? :3
The problem is not the age -- that would be retarded -- it's the people who use the word. Tumblrinas use it all the time, so it is associated with tumblr. Just like people dislike it when people use the term "upvote" or whatever. It's a kind of subcultural tribalism.
Opinions can be wrong, you know.
For example, something cannot be stupid unless there is something more intelligent to compare it against. This is not the case regarding tribalism; people do it every day with every thing.
oh wow, I'm not the anon you were originally arguing with, I just dropped by to say nazis are cool. I think you proved your point though.
But there are a lot of non-tribalistic behaviours that humans engage in. Like, I dunno, maths.
The fact that that other anon called it retarded should be evidence enough that it's possible to imagine a better way of doing things.
>Menstruation means bleeding, the word you're looking for is Ovulation (I think? Oviposition?)
I am slowly getting to know the regular anons here and if you are Biology Masters Lady I am going to feel silly, but I /think/ ovulation refers to a egg leaving the ovaries, whereas mensturation is an unused egg being discarded? Oviposition as far as I know is some kind of weird seahorse mpreg thing, so mensturation seems like the best word here.
See these are actually all pretty creative. Go to town, fetishists.
The cosplay shirt is in the header image! I just haven't posted the final sleeve designs. The original ones I tried in that prototype were one-color and ended up way too close to the shirt color. You can (barely) see them in the photo.
Actually, thinking about it, the ovulation-mensturation dichotomy would mean a lot less in an egg-laying species. Do chickens even have wombs? I guess it'd be, like, a straight shot from the Fallopian tubes out.
This is a conversation I never thought I'd have.
Cloaca means there's only one hole that does/houses everything. Also, the eggs aren't shelled when inside the bird. The shell hardens/forms while it's being laid. There some mammals that have cloacas too.
oh no not here too
hate you right now kaz
Yeah, ovulation does just refer to what you think it does, so my bad.
Menstruation is a bit more complicated than that though. It refers to the shedding of the mucosal tissue when it turns out that pregnancy did not happen this time. Discarding the egg is just a side effect.
Ovipositors, they are structures that are used to lay eggs. So if your Mpreg involves being stabbed by a sharp needle like organ and having an egg parasitically inserted somewhere around your small intestines, sure.
The actual term we're looking for is just egg laying, but that's boring.
>getting to know the regular anons
How do you even do that?
>Biology Masters Lady
I, umm, maybe?
Bunch of other anons beat me to it. Everything you ever wanted to know and ask because you have no shame at all is here >>77752111
Very few people, probably.
And if I found him today I would probably think nothing of him.
But as is he's grandfathered into my tastes because I've been watching him do his thing for so fucking long.
Oviposition means laying eggs. Furries are right on that subject, and they're usually pretty (creepily?) good on their veterinary vocabulary.
It's got nothing to do with mpreg, although the word is often confused with "ovipositor" a type of organ, either very simple or incredibly pronounced depending on the species, that lays eggs in different places. You often read about them in context of invertebrates that lay eggs in odd places, males for example, or other species.
Speak for your damn self, anon.
And as a straight guy, I have no idea why I have to tell you that it is not length but the general *strength* of the penis that makes it attractive -- the masculinity of it. Veins, clearly defined heads, the kind of thing you'd see on a Greek statue if the Greeks weren't obsessed with tiny dicks. You sure as hell don't make them look like squashed bits of plasticine.
Speaking of biology, Argonian architect, he can open pretty much anything with his pent up "tower" energy. Would it work on proteins? Could he kill someone by opening all the voltage gated sodium channels in a persons brain?
>They are cute little things, like a sparrow nesting between your thighs.
I'm now imagining a chirping penis, hungry for its parent to stuff food in its mouth. Thanks for that, anon.
>they're usually pretty (creepily?) good on their veterinary vocabulary
Gotta keep things standard. If someone wants their character drawn with plantigrade instead of digitigrade feet, it's important to distinguish between the two. And if someone asks for a specific kind of penis on their furry, you can be pretty damn sure they know what it looks like, or at least what they're expecting.
Anon, I'm starting to have doubts about your claimed heterosexuality. You clearly have given dongs a long, hard thought.
Anyhow a tiny cute penis is better than a rude schlong flopping about.
because often times anatomical terms are used to identify fetishes.
>Anyhow a tiny cute penis is better than a rude schlong flopping about.
dicks aren't supposed to be cute unless they're feminine dicks
>Anon, I'm starting to have doubts about your claimed heterosexuality.
I am perfectly straight, I merely understand what certain more linearly challenged people see in the beauty of the male form. Talking with a devout Catholic for a couple of years probably helped, too.
>Anyhow a tiny cute penis is better than a rude schlong flopping about.
A tiny cute penis might as well not be a penis at all! What's the point of a *feminine* do- no, not even worthy of the name dong; willy is the only word that can stoop to describing a penile imposter such as that.
Long dongs are the only kind of dong worth drawing. If you're going to go full homo, you may as well actually *go* full homo. Although as I said it's not so much the length as the strength that is important. The dong should be manly and virile, representative of strength.
Hey, not *everybody* will get erections.
What about the women.
Anon I think you underestimate the power of a growing dick's transformation. The way an innocuous looking wiener can grow, pulse by pulse of pumped blood, into a throbbing, veiny battering ram, glistening skin stretched taut over hard engorged flesh, is something special indeed.
Do not discount the small lizard dick, instead ponder its potential!