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Dark Natasha

A rust-collored fox woman with multiple pairs of breasts reclines.
A muscular dark-skinned male canoid man kneels naked at the edge of a bed.
A light-furred female rabbit with perky breasts sits on her bed.
A sandy-furred slender vulpine male with stands erect in front of a mirror.
A dark-furred vulpine woman stretches naked on her bed.

Part naturalist illustrations, part boudoir portraits, the works of Dark Natasha explore an enticing melange of human and animal beauty. While firmly rooted in Furry fandom, her richly detailed creations are a far cry from the simple cartoon critters that dominate the genre.

Anthropomorphic mammals of both sexes, and nearly every order are represented in Natasha’s portfolio, as well as a few exotic avians and reptiles. Whatever their lineage, each of her subjects are deeply emotive, and gently invite the viewer into their unusual, yet comforting world.

Whatever your preconceptions, it should be easy to see that these chimeric cuties are more than human, not less.

Written by in March of 2008. Last edited September 2014.

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Comments

  • Alfredo Hernandez - March 9th, 2008 at 7:59 pm

    I love the way you express your inner eye on the way the animals feel towards you.

  • Shift - April 3rd, 2008 at 12:08 am

    Good art. I cannot believe how art can have such an affect on someone to actually fall in love with it. Your art can have that affect on people.