I've been an Anthro artist since I have memory. Going back to my school days, I remember creating Husky (my main character). With time, I had the need to write about him and started creating all sorts of short stories and comics in which he was the main or a secondary character.
It was not until the mid 90's when I got an assignment in which we had to create an original short comic strip that Husky finally started seeing his true story come to life. Since I did that homework, I had the permanent need to continue with Husky's story. Until after I left school back in 2001, I finally decided to write seriously. The result was the story that I call D.E1 and can be read here in my page.
I have a very different view of anthro animals than most people do, especially furries. I don't see them as an animal version of people (or people with dog faces, really), but rather a whole different and unique species. Human customs, way of acting, physical appearance and way of thinking are forgotten when I embark myself into my fantasies. It's my escape from reality and humanity who I feel emotionally detached from.
However, even though I'm heavily anti-social, I consider myself a nice and peaceful guy. Although I dislike most of what furries are (and I'm certainly not one of them), I do appreciate the fact that they are the only ones who have supported my art since 2010 when I first heard of them. For that they have my respect.
I have many unique views about anthro creatures that I will keep to myself since not only they will be misunderstood, but also I would have to write at least 20 more paragraphs. So that's it for now.
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