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Shadowfox by Pessimist
4 images, 14681 views, 84 favorites, 2 comments
A wolf in girl's clothing by AltairTF
25115 views, 264 favorites, 16 comments
Emily knew perfectly it was a full moon tonight, of course, she knew what this meant too. She didn't intend to stay too long at the school party, but as soon as she got back in her dorm room she realized it had been a very close call. The change hit her as soon as she closed the door. Moaning and writhing with the sensations of her reshaping body, she collapsed in a corner and let it overcome her. It was too late to get rid of her clothes now with her already paw-like hands. The wolf was pulling...
Were-Bat-Eared Fox by Niche
6977 views, 44 favorites, 2 comments
I wanted to do a little more detailed drawing than I have been doing recently, and its been awhile since I did a painful tf, so here's a very intense transformation of myself into a were-bat-eared fox. I'm quite pleased with this one, very happy with that expression, and do not ask where the pants went. I was sick of drawing pants. Might do more with this in the future.
Night of the Hunter by DstRoy
10924 views, 82 favorites, 14 comments
Fear, sorrow, pain? The beastly nature waking up? Who knows what pressed his mind. Another werewolf from me, a rare sight as I suck at drawing canines :P And this was drawn in a very fevery state, but it turned alright in the end :D I guess. And to be honest, this is pretty much post-tf, ain't it?
OSC: Whipped Into Shape by Jakkal
6 images, 26138 views, 114 favorites, 5 comments
Commission for @Ealadubh of his human self getting whipped and turned into a donkey by a sadistic circus animal trainer. I think this is all of them since they were commissioned at different times (and not in order).
Hippocampus by HamsterToybox
20 images, 23095 views, 73 favorites, 13 comments
Edit 2: I forget to upload the 7th stage X( Edit: It is complete! I've spent the past few weeks working on a really long sequence for EalaDudh (http://www.transfur.com/Users/EalaDubh) and still have more to go. Here's the first 5 to prove I haven't disappeared altogether :D This one is particularly interesting due to the underwater element, the addition being a second character, and the TF being more like modelling clay than the standard bones rearranging/flesh stretching - you'll see this ...
American Werewolf Tribute by Viergacht
12534 views, 106 favorites, 8 comments
This is (the slightly expurgated version of) a recent photo manip commission that was based on the transformation scene from An American Werewolf in London/ Accordingly, it's indoors and at a specific point in the change. The background has some little nods to the movie - the See You Next Wednesday poster and the hissing cat, and a portrait of Lon Chaney Jr, the original Wolfman. I decided to set it during the day, late evening or so, for a change of pace.
Connection Failure by DstRoy
13688 views, 118 favorites, 8 comments
When "Could not connect to internet" isn't the only problem. Whooiee, this piece was a work in progress for far too long, but now it's finished! And the wyvern turned out rather well, can't say the same about the background tho. :D I had much fun drawing this piece, shame it took so long to finish. And it seems that he is going commando.
A Books Cover by Artist-Guy
5 images, 19566 views, 72 favorites, 9 comments
GM: "Luck roll" PA: "Natural 20!" GM: "You're lucky, you found a whole dollar!" PA: "Boo ya, I pocket the hell out of that!" GM: "While you pick up the loose change you notice a couple of street toughs walking with menace in your direction. One has a tire iron." PA: "Great day in the morning! Forget the dollar, I leg it to the nearest ally and change into my eagle form!" GM: "You aren't playing a were-eagle you're just a- PA: "Bully to that! I'm changing my character sheet!" GM: "I will ...
The Apple Orchard by Viergacht
10446 views, 120 favorites, 6 comments
The late November day dawned clear and unseasonably warm, but that didn't last long. Clouds began to drift in by the time she'd finished breakfast, woolly, dark heaps of them hurried along by a biting wind. They jumbled together and sealed off the sky, pressing low to the ground and turning midday dark as evening. By the time the sun set the first flakes of snow began to drift down. It would have been a perfect night for curling up with a mug of cocoa and a book, but lycanthropy is never cal...