The following guidelines were used as the basis of Transfur's content policy:
- Remain focused on showcasing transformation-related artwork.
- Promote creativity and originality in artwork posted to Transfur.
- Protect copyrights.
- Respect other people’s personal privacy.
- Uphold the laws of the country Transfur is hosted in.
Artwork should involve transformations
To help keep the site specialized in nature, we would prefer artwork to include themes involving
Examples of acceptable content:
- Humans transforming into anthropomorphic or animal forms.
- People or characters changing gender.
- Transformations into centaurs, mermaids, or other mythological creatures.
- Furries transforming into 'taur' forms.
- People changing into plants, trees, fruits, or vegetables.
- Images of that include an implied transformation, such as a shocked person examining his or herself after being changed.
- People transforming into rubbery, vinyl, or other synthetic forms.
- Character designs showing how they looked before, or after, their transformation.
- And much more... be creative!
Artwork must not be obscene
Content deemed obscene or extremely offensive is prohibited.
Examples of unacceptable content includes:
- Sexual assault, rape, or sexual violence.
- Sexual relations between a human and a non-sentient animal.
- People or creatures giving birth.
- Excretory functions.
- Sadomasochistic abuse.
- Mis-proportioned genitals.
- Excessive sexual fluids.
- Excessive violence.
- Prejudice, discrimination, or hate.
- Anything remotely sexual or nude involving someone that appears to be under the age of 19.
Artwork must be above a certain skill level
Images posted to the site are expected to show a basic knowledge of anatomy and
Artwork must be original
- No copying or tracing another person's work.
- No "fan" art or artwork based on copyrighted characters without permission.
- No artwork based on real-life people without permission.
Artwork must be presented in an acceptable manner
Artists posting material to the site should prepare their images in an acceptable manner
for public viewing.
- Posted artwork must have no unintended artifacts from source media (such as napkins,
lined paper, hole punches).
- Artwork must be scanned or drawn digitally. Photographs of artwork are not permitted.
- Artwork may not have branding that visually interferes with the presentation of
the image. (For example, large translucent text saying “Copyright to Joe User” across
the middle of the image is not permitted. However, adequately sized copyright text
at the edges of the image would be acceptable).
- Sketches are permitted as long as they are marked as a sketch so they can be
placed into an appropriate area.
- Scans should be cleaned up and color corrected whenever possible.
(For example, use the histogram and 'levels' tool in Photoshop or Paint Shop
Pro to remove artifacts caused from eraser marks or the paper itself)
- Submissions for the purpose of promoting products, services or websites are not permitted.