Endoperez wrote:The first one is just a picture of an anime-stylized human that is said to be a warship. Furry art isn't any stranger than any other art, but it's definitely less weird than art that says the thing that it shows is actually a thing that it doesn't look like. I mean, sheesh, where's the logic in that?
Here, is this better?
That's actually an interesting point, a lot of the "furry" art I see reminds me of Disney art, which just does not appeal to me at all.Any way, if furry art has one fault, it is that so much of furry art looks the same, and kinda crappy. So many furry artists are basically young teens more or less copying other teens' art.
On a related note, I love the kind of art I put in the previous post. But, I know of its faults. "Anime art" is an animation style used to save time, so everyone's faces generally look the same:
...hell if you took off everyone's hair you could barely tell them apart if it was a school setting. Art in manga is more detailed cause they have more time, generally there's a strong use of color that appeals to me, but I suppose that varies from artist to artist. I'm going to make the same generalization that you made above in that a lot of the art looks the same even if the characters are varied, it all starts to blend together. Which is why anime and manga art tend to get lumped together.
Here we go, found an example.
People tend to generalize in wide sweeping motions when it comes to things they don't like. I cut out the bottom part of your post to save space, but I love all the art you posted below.Reactions to furry art and fandom of furry art are not reactions to anthropomorphic art style. That's different. The reactions are to what people assume is part of being a furry fandom/culture/circles. I never really got the hate, myself. Seems pretty similar to the Tumblr hate, or anime hate, or western cartoon hate, or whatever. Pony hate. Haters gonna hate, unfortunately...