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518x742 48472 bytes 2001.04.26
Rhonda from ROOMIES (http://jarmac.picarefy.com/roomies) once again. She's really a very nice neighbor of Tibo and Flinthoof's. She isn't a stripper or anything like that- though she may like a bit of nude sunbathing now and then. You never know. After all, we're all naked under those clothes.
712x523 92968 bytes 2004.03.07
Mink are such lovely creatures. Flexible like ferrets, musky ladies of musteline wonder. That tail just makes me want to hug it like a big body pillow. A picture for Roma, silly minky of Taps. Wish the scanner had done a better job of it. Character of Romamink (c) 2004 by her player. Art is by me! Flinthoof Ponypal
491x600 68330 bytes 2004.05.31
Kangaroos are known to defend themselves by leaning back on their tails and using the leverage to lash out with their feet at their opponents. While typically a behavior displayed by the boomers, recent studies have indicated the flyers have their own purposes for this unique posture. Further study is needed and this specimen appears to be looking for volunteers. \r\n\r\nAnother Furbid auction 'cuz I need to pay bills and the power company won't take artwork. I don't know why- I certainly would. :)
500x666 57693 bytes 2004.06.10
Hop to it, the kangaroo says... you'll never get anywhere unless you take advantage of every opportunity that comes you way- and a few that you make for yourself. \r\n\r\nA roofemme I wanted to try out in this pose. The lower hips are twisted the way I wanted, but the upper torso didn't quite get the perspective I was hoping for.\r\n\r\nYes, another Furbid auction. It's a good excuse to draw and try out new things. Let bidders show their opinions with their bids.
576x671 94162 bytes 2004.07.07
Spending time in the Outback can be pretty stressful, but kangaroos are built for it, light of form, strong of leg, adaptable to the environment, these roos can handle the excessive heat and parched conditions well. Heavy tails thump the ground sharply in mid-hop to help change direction even as they increase their leaps up to 30 feet between landings. But sometimes a roo simply wants to lay back and rest for a bit. Itches are natural for their environment and this sheila idly scratches her pouchlip even as you stare- err, 'appreciate' her natural beauty. Do you see something you like? She smiles, seeing something SHE likes, beconing to you to come closer for a more in depth experience.... 'Down Under'. \r\n
691x400 58034 bytes 2004.11.02
I know kangaroos can't move their feet independantly of each other (except while swimming- isn't that cool?), but I figure anthros are probably a slight exception, and frankly I just like this pose and it looked better with one foot more ready than the other.
720x537 84952 bytes 2004.04.07
G'Day, mates! What do you do when you're out in the Outback studying the wildlife and there's nobody around? Should be an interesting time to see what happens. \r\n\r\nA simple pic for Furbid that took six hours to color in pencil. I draw many male pieces, but this one was worth studying for me and a good practice session for colored pencil. \r\n\r\nOh yeah, art by Flinthoof. You know, the mint addict.
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Roodaroo, chief engineer of the UMV-102 "Matilda", a cargo ship run by marsupials. She's a grey roo with dark points and while not carrying weapons of typical design, nobody wants to mess with a crowbar carrying flyer when she's in a bad mood.\r\n\r\nI'm building a fursuit based on this and have the head, feet, and one paw done- got to keep working!
512x600 86496 bytes 2003.07.24
It's running in the 90's here in Seattle, land of the rain and summer temps of typically 75F. Even a roo built for the hot deserts of Australia can have a tendency to melt under the sun. This is the first loose 'free' pic I've done since moving to a new apartment- I should have been unpacking, but well, you know... folks want art!
600x230 91953 bytes 2002.07.20
Anthrocon 2002: The Trip. While not everyone may go to my ROOMIES online comic strip (www.ponypics.com/roomies), I thought it might be interesting to share with you the most recent story thread that deals with my trip to Anthrocon- including the exciting Elevator Rides...
600x229 93390 bytes 2002.07.20
Beware squirresl in trenchcoats in alleys.
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Deals are made. *THE BOX* is introduced. Is it mint?
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The shortest distance between two points apparently includes Sri-Lanka?
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Yes Flinters, we know you're going to AnthroFur. So go already.
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*THE BOX* speaks! Or at least has its own SFX.
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Must keep it safe. Bunnies have safe places to hide things. (Whoa, that sounds dirty, doesn't it?)
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You say Potato, I say french fries.
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Rubber gloves at Concourse B, STAT!
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Didn't get to go through Chicago as it turns out. Luckily St. Louis was well supplied in mint. Whew!
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This took nearly two hours to draw all those perspective lines and I still messed it up. But it's a comic strip so nobody will ever know it happened- hey, is that mike on? You said you weren't taping this! Gimme that!
600x226 85234 bytes 2002.07.20
Elevator Roulette. Which car and what floor will it choose this time? Some folks thought this was a Star Trek reference. Um....... okay.
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We control the horizontal. We control the vertical. We cannot control the elevators though.
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