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This is my first reaction to some anti-social douche who dares to call me or any werewolf a furry. :evileyes:

NOTE: This is NOT furry-hate art! I'm okay with furries, their conventions are cool, I just don't like people that try to ruin the fun by either calling them all 'yiffers' and 'fur-fags' or actually harming the people wearing the costumes by punching them, kicking them or ganging up on them with their sick mates (the chavvie guy with zits in this picture is my representation of the type of anti-social haters I've seen at many conventions with people in costumes, it's that bad where I live that the security even puts a ban on anyone wearing hoodies with baseball caps and scruffy trainers, and that's the truth). And sadly because people in mascot-like costumes aren't supposed to fight back (most can't because it'd damage their costume); it makes the bullying from jerks even worse.

But what I REALLY hate, is when people call werewolves furries. :facepalm: I mean, COME ON! Since when are furries scary and used in horror movies to chew people to bits? Anyone who calls a werewolf a furry is obviously somebody who doesn't know crap about the furry sub-culture or lycanthropy. Seriously, if you call a werewolf a furry; that means you would be calling all of the greatest werewolves from Van Helsing, Dog Soldiers, Bad Moon, American Werewolf 1 & 2, Being Human, Teen Wolf (the remake tv series), The Howling series and the Underworld trilogy furries too...and that's quite an insult to all those hard-working werewolf-designers and animators who made the werewolves for those great movies and tv shows.

So in conclusion, I shall give you all this very helpful advice: never, and I mean NEVER say a werewolf belongs in the 'furry world' because it doesn't. It belongs in horror media and real mythology, and trust me; if you ever confuse a werewolf for a furry at a horror festival, movie/comic/anime/manga convention, whitby goth weekend event, or worse at a haunted house attraction such as the famous Verdun Manor at Thrillvania [link] ...:censored: well, lets just say that they'd be some consequences that would make you seriously regret it, since you'd probably offend a hell of a lot of were-fans, werewolf-artists and werewolf-costumers. So please for your own sakes; heed this advice, for it will save you a lot of grief.


I also made a line-art of this picture too: [link]

Picture (c) :iconfarumir: me


Please let me know if the mature filter's not strict enough due to the language and feel free to comment. ^_^
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SilverWolfCostuming Featured By Owner Edited Aug 12, 2014  Student Artist
BAHAHA this is great! Not sure how I missed this last time. Also, I have recently learned that what we make are actually considered rarsuits, not fursuits, so they would be technically incorrect in calling you a furry regardless. Rarsuits are scary/monster fur based creature costumes. Not cute=not furry
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Farumir Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2014   General Artist
Rarsuits? I've never heard of that term before. O.o
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SilverWolfCostuming Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2014  Student Artist
Yea I hadn't either. It is kinda nice not to have to call my wolf a fursuit though. It didnt feel right to put him in the same category as toony husky dogs. No offense to them, I love fursuits, but the styles are so different that makes more sense to have a subgenre.
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Farumir Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2014   General Artist
Tell me about it...some of the wolf-furries I see are so pathetic that they make halloween latex masks look way more appealing. Yes I know a lot of furries work their asses off to make such suits but...seriously, come on. -_-;
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FalconBoy Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014
Yes, yes I did.  Furry.
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Farumir Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014   General Artist
Furries don't snarl, that's a very noticable difference between a horror monster and a furry.

(lazzy reply I know, I just ain't repeating the same thing over and over again though when everything's in the Artist's Comment though.)
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FalconBoy Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014
You've never met a furry, have you
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Farumir Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014   General Artist
Actually I have; three in person because I took a photo for them at Thought Bubble convention 2012, one I buy my supplies from, the rest I don't need to meet coz' their photos are all over the internet. None of them snarly except for werewolf costumes that they sell not keep.
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Harry-Botter Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
would be be cool when you draw some werwolf kickass artwork *-* ,you draw Werewolves so amazing *-* i never call an werewolf an furry XD
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Farumir Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2014   General Artist
thanks, true werewolves are always kick-ass. ;)
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