>>236185 4chan does not have a place for "furry" threads, unless the thread is for a particular show. Why? Because if such a thread is allowed to run, it becomes a porn dump within minutes. 4channers cannot contain themselves, while most people here can.
Just keep posting here, and please do not post porn. You'll be fine.
>>236212 Of course art doesn't have a concrete audience range, but a successful show should be primarily targeted at its target audience. MLP, for example, is targeted at the young, female population, and you can tell that by the art style, themes, etc., and yes, that does not mean others can't enjoy it just as much or more. But it is clearly produced to appeal to a young, female audience.
However, I am not sure that jokes and events based on relationships (like those in the Hareport clips) are going to make sense to the pre-pube target audience. Also, spelunking.
>>236244 You're right about MLP, it's just perversion of innocence. I still wonder at the workings of brony brains.
But for getting crap past the radar, that's nothing new. It has been around since like 80s. Rocko's Modern Life was a prime example of this, so is its spiritual successor Regular Show. If you think that's too much for Hareport, you should see Bunny Maloney.
>>236247 I'm not saying it's getting crap past the radar either. I actually enjoy that more than anything else. I just think that in this case the target audience won't understand the entire episode's storyline, not just a joke meant to go over their heads. Correct me if I am wrong but I don't think people in that target audience know what a relationship or a break-up even is.
Nothing wrong with it being there, but it doesn't make sense to me why they would put it there.
>>236250 Oh, it's a term used on tvtropes dot org, crap doesn't necessarily mean bad. Let's not forget that it's French. They start spelunking in kindergarten. Maybe they just assumed it's a thing all over the world. :/
Here's the rips: https://mega.co.nz/#F!jMwm0ApZ!YiOicQuJcZ8SypjLv0Nrqg
>>236189 >>236191 Where did all the Leggy Lamb, Patrol 03, Squirrel and the Hedgehog, Gumnutz, etc smut come from? Apparently, 4chan's co. I want to do the same for Hareport. Maybe I should get busy digging history and try to reenact those fiestas.
>>236212 Successful artists will tell you how wrong you are about this. You should always have someone in mind when you're trying to speak to someone. You can't just speak to "everyone." It doesn't work like that. It might not be as specific as "18-35 year old males" or whatever the way it is with advertising demos, but every artist who has a coherent message has an audience in mind to receive that message.
>>236265 >It might not be as specific as "18-35 year old males" or whatever the way it is with advertising demos My impression was that >>236212 meant it should be much more specific, as in individual, nameable people.
>>236265 >You should always have someone in mind when you're trying to speak to someone. And that's where the truth ends in this post. Yeah, creators DO have someone in mind when they make their stuff. Content makers do stuff that would appeal to THEM as content makers.
But to say considering marketing making the idea of demographics is wrong - you're just showing a lack of any sort of understanding for how big marketing is for content in the first place.
LOL! When did I ever ask that? That's what /PCO is for but I don't see you there. And I wasn't trying to dethrone you - it was the mods who only allowed one cartoon animal thread, and hence, limited our options for posting stuff.
Now? She has had R34 for years. Lots of it. Even the Thea sisters had that. I do always find Thea kinda weird. All the other female characters on that show have hair, so... is she bald? Or as bald as a mouse can be who still has fur on her head. :D LOL
Here, some adorable kobolds from Pathfinder. This is Chief Sootscale, of the (surprise!) Sootscale tribe - they tend to name their tribes after the current leader. He is actually a rather reserved member of the species and you can get an alliance with his tribe if you help him out with the "curse" inflicted on the tribe.
nah don't worry. I post on PG-only forums all day. I know how to moderate myself. ;) As I expressed often, despite my speciality and hobby being R34 of anthro cartoon/comic characters, I am rather conservative myself as a furry (I am straight, for example... :P)
Tartuk, the rather evil "kobold" sorcerer causing all the problems for the tribe. He is actually not even a real kobold, but a gnome who got reincarnated (with the spell) and ended up in this body - rather than thanking the villagers he has taken to taking over kobold tribes with magic and superstition and then using them against human/gnome villages, ensuring both sides perish.
Is this the same french movie you linked earlier Latecomer? Cute bird waitress, and maaan I spotted a cheetah lady with quite the cleavage at one desk. Big tigress (or bear?) lady, too. Nice designs. Wish this had subtitles!
Wolf princess from Loulou's Incredible Secret - her name is Olympe de Wolfenberg. And good news, the HD version has french subs, at least I can put that through a translator.
>>236521 That's not what I implied. I mentioned that I am straight because most people assume furries are into all sorts of extreme stuff like vore, transformations, herms, etc... I highlighted that I am not by telling you I'm not even into gay stuff, which for furries is kinda mandatory as I have observed. And I am hungarian, so I mean conservative not in the political party sense... I know you americans have these two big parties but the things their names mean are values much more different than they represent now.
>>236517 WTF did I just watch? Did Japan turn "the Tortoise and the Hare" into an implied porn cartoon? And... what's with the horrible-fying trollface transformation of the hare's face at the end? BRRRRR!
Found this girl as a boss in the MMO Tera Online - Kaprima is one big Baphomet-like demoness, and she has a snake-headed tail to boot! Buff gal! Pretty awesome design, surprised there is no art of her.
Another Korean MMORPG, another batch of cool anthros. :) From the weirdly named Rise of Gor -4Story, the rather unimaginatively named "Cat Beasts" - they remind me a lot of the Lacuni Pantherwomen of Diablo II
When did she become so... forceful? I did not watch the show much but as I recall she was a desk agent, no?
There are only 3 playeable races, humans, faeries (loli basically... even Korea does that?) and the staple anthro race, the Neved - while the males are hulking brutes the females are more lithe and agile. Luckily, they have more or less anthro faces too and tails. Their name is funny for me, as in Hungarian "neved" means "your name". :)
I choose to play as an Evoker 'cause she can summon a companion - apart from the staple fairy, the other summon is the Dark Demon, basically a buff 4-winged anthro black dragon dude who is constantly on fire. Really nice design.
Surprised I haven't seen anyone mention this movie yet, the characters are cute. French movie, title is "Mune, le gardien de la lune" (literally Mune, Guardian of the Moon) - I've seen the big posters here in Hungary already when I went to see Mad Max.
Ouch, that was kinda cruel of her. Hmmm, always tend to forget that Carman had quite the feminine figure too (Pamela kinda has that effect on you;)) - they usually don't make short-statured anthros so curvaceous. :)
>>236945 A webcomic you have continuously promoted over and fucking over in these threads AND in /co/ general occasionally. Enough is enough. And again, this is for official stuff only. If we're counting webcomics, the list would overflow.
>>236970 People hate him because they want to. I find him more annoying than he should have been, but not that terrible. However, I didn't wait 12 years for episode 1, so I can understand the disappointment of the original fans.
LOL! I guess (Ultraverse) Prime learned from Rastan on how to molest poor Lizardmen - or in this case, odly clothed sewer-dwelling gator-dudes. From the Sega CD game Ultraverse Prime, based on the Wildstorm Superman-knockoff.
>>237103 Yep, it has cartoon logic in effect, and oddly Pamela is not exempt from it either despite being female - I suppose it's because she is the villain.
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That movie was great, and looked years ahead of its time in CGI. Odd how it disappeared without any legacy while Madagascar (which basically aped its story at the same time) got 2 sequels and 2 animated series spinoffs. And Bridget was awesome and adorable.
Eh, to be frank... I could get all the DVDs cheap in Hungarian, but the series is just.... not very interesting or funny. It's rather mediocre all things considered, and I am not even finding Thea that sexy - and the The Sisters are sadly not in the cartoon (for some odd reason)