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People Of Feluthens by bkatt500 People Of Feluthens by bkatt500
As the title says, the people of Feluthens. All of them are to scale with each other at average height, the Sutalind male has his legs curled and is not standing at full height.
I plan on doing a larger sheet for each with more in-depth descriptions, clothing, facial shapes, etc.
Okay, so descriptions go from left to right:

Sutalind:
A people originating in the frozen south. Though both genders have long snouts, digitigrade feet, and thick inner-ear fur, the males are much larger than the females, and are the only people who can run quadrupedally with any skill. They also grow much longer fur on their cheeks, faces, and upper torso. The females meanwhile have wide hips, a light build and longer, fluffier tails. Their powers are dimporphic with the females being able to read and communicate telepathically and the males able to cause enough mental noise to bring about a disabling headache.

Bictesilind:
A medium sized, broad-snouted people from the hilly, rocky fields to the east with long limbs and necks, curled ears, and large plantigrade feet with prehensile toes. The females have a ruff of longer fur around their necks. They have the power to generate electricity from their bodies and direct it at their will.

Keletind:
A small, delicate, and very androgenous people from the mountainous forests to the west characterized by short snouts, slender bodies, plantigrade feet, long wide ears, and soft muscle tissue. They have the ability to move non-animal objects with their mind enabling them to manipulate objects far larger than their bodies would otherwise suggest.
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RitusTheMarlFox Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2012  Student Writer
Very nice! I'd love to be a Sutalind in your world any day. This actually seems to be a really cool concept for an anthro novel, mind if I take some inspiration???
BTW, do you mind if I crop this and use it as my new profile pic? I need to draw one for myself, but am currently on vacation...
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bkatt500 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you! I actually am currently working on a novel set in this world, but if you want to take some inspiration, feel free to! I don't mind so long as I get credit. Thank you for taking interest in my work!
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RitusTheMarlFox Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2012  Student Writer
Ur quite welcome! Although alas, it will likely never happen due to the sheer work writing just one novel is. And if I start dreaming about another novel, sometimes I abandon my first one, only to eventually go back to it after deciding that the other ones less interesting. But I might decide to combine these creatures wih steampunk, wonder how that would work out...
BTW, are you going to post your novels on DA? I will hopefully get my first chapter up by the week's end.
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bkatt500 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yeah I'm planning to put it up here. I'm still in the planning stages of the plot and characters. I'm glad you can see them in steampunk, this started as an excuse to put furries in steampunk clothing and airships.
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RitusTheMarlFox Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2012  Student Writer
I put furries in EVERYTHING!!!!!! You name it, I've likely put furries there. I just enjoy picturing how anthros would change the plots due to their race and add certain personality quirks.
Besides, having so few furry movies out there, it's the least I can do.
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bkatt500 Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yeah, it has a lot of untapped potential. They're more relatable than a full quadrupedal animal, but they're still, um, I guess NOT-human enough to have fun with perspectives.
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RitusTheMarlFox Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2012  Student Writer
Well it depends upon how you view anthros and furries. Sometimes in my novels(when humans are not involved) anthros are perfectlly human with no instinct involved.
Stories with people, example S-223, have more animalistic anthros. I like to make them occasionally give in to their brutal instinct and natural bloodlusts. This is how I often prefer anthros, as it adds a rather intersting layer of self conflict.
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bkatt500 Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Even when there aren't any humans I like to use them as an excuse to play with themes and ideas that would otherwise seem strange and unnacceptable on humans.
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Taurni Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is fantastic work! I wish I had money so I could hire you to do the artwork for an RPG I am writing, but sadly its an unfunded project...
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bkatt500 Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks, and actually, I might be willing to draw a thing or two for you. :)
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