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Dirty

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I felt like making a Dark, violent scene of my Fursona.

To go into a deeper meaning here, I got the idea from how awhile back, some people had the assumption I enjoyed depressing or violent concepts because of the mental/physical pain I put some characters ( renamon ) through. This... is not true. Actually, I made them for a purpose of realism. Not that I wanted to feel a characters pain, but I did it for them to feel as if they actually had pain and a response to it. It's depressing for me... as it was meant to be, not a sick pleasure.

Anyhow, This is the reflected image of emotion... My fursona, experiencing all the pain I've created on other concepts... expressing my feelings in a metaphorically way.

The title " Dirty " was just a choice from a song I'm listening to atm |D ( doesn't have good title for this )

anyway, hope you like it, and Please feel free to comment ^^

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duuuuuuuude

its like the picture of renamon, that butterfly is always around when devastation occurs.
nice pic by the way =D

excellent work

I completely understand your idea for characters. My entire series deals with one's inner demons and the damage that occurs when they pass their "power" to others.

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