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Unread 11-28-2020   #26
Ilovebe
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Re: The Mt. Rushmore of TF Artists

Reading this thread makes me wonder something: Is there truly a smaller amount of active TF artists (and TF content creators in general) now in 2020 or is it just my perception that there is a smaller amount? I remember discovering the community around 2005 and it seemed like there were countless quality artists. But maybe I was just discovering stuff that had already been around for a while so it seemed like there was a lot of content.

Now, it seems like I spend a lot of time just searching for TF material. I look through a lot of users' Favorites on Furaffinity to get hipped to works and artists that I may not be familiar with, but I seem to see the same stuff over and over again.

There are so many artists I'd love to commission, but it seems like many of them are no longer active or accepting commissions, or they're backlogged so far into the future that I may become an AARP member before they make it to me in their que.

Not bitching about anything, but just making an observation and wonder if others have concluded the same.

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Unread 11-28-2020   #27
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Re: The Mt. Rushmore of TF Artists

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Reading this thread makes me wonder something: Is there truly a smaller amount of active TF artists (and TF content creators in general) now in 2020 or is it just my perception that there is a smaller amount? I remember discovering the community around 2005 and it seemed like there were countless quality artists. But maybe I was just discovering stuff that had already been around for a while so it seemed like there was a lot of content.

Now, it seems like I spend a lot of time just searching for TF material. I look through a lot of users' Favorites on Furaffinity to get hipped to works and artists that I may not be familiar with, but I seem to see the same stuff over and over again.

There are so many artists I'd love to commission, but it seems like many of them are no longer active or accepting commissions, or they're backlogged so far into the future that I may become an AARP member before they make it to me in their que.

Not bitching about anything, but just making an observation and wonder if others have concluded the same.

As I recall 2005 was when a major collapse occurred The reason I'm sure its 2005 is because
2005 *me* had just watched this tf community
go the way of the "nuked parking lot" so my
solution in 2006 was to start building the DragonCrypt on GeoCities.Basically a tf video making
website using morphing carbon pencil animations
so folk could make their own tf video art.Then
GeoCities got deleted in October 2009 and that was it for me.

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Re: The Mt. Rushmore of TF Artists

Do I at least get, like, a 5% discount in the gift shop?
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Unread 11-30-2020   #29
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Re: The Mt. Rushmore of TF Artists

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I'm going with the people that laid the groundwork for TF art in the early internet days and therefore selecting:

Lars
LoboLeo
Ivandaguru (Ivan11422)
Werekatt
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Thank you for the mention. Very humbled. 🙏
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Re: The Mt. Rushmore of TF Artists

Man this thread is seriously giving me some nostalgia to my horny teenage years, trying to find fetish porn on the family computer without getting caught. If I had to pick four artists who were most influential in making me the degenerate that I am today I'd have to say in no particular order:
  • Ariana
  • Lobo Leo
  • Makodap
  • Locofuria
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