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I'm sure there was an old thread of this, but I couldn't find it. Anyway, came across this Krystal fursuit photo today.

http://www.furaffinity.net/view/3321968

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I'm sure there was an old thread of this, but I couldn't find it. Anyway, came across this Krystal fursuit photo today.

http://www.furaffinity.net/view/3321968

Creepy and horrible like the rest of them to be honest.

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I'm sure there was an old thread of this, but I couldn't find it. Anyway, came across this Krystal fursuit photo today.

http://www.furaffinity.net/view/3321968

Heh heh, she has that sandwich...

Creepy and horrible like the rest of them to be honest.

I've seen MUCH worse Krystal fursuits than that one...believe you me ;)

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I'm sure there was an old thread of this, but I couldn't find it. Anyway, came across this Krystal fursuit photo today.

http://www.furaffinity.net/view/3321968

mmmmmmmm ;)

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usually, I don't really like the looks of most fursuits. If find that they are commonly disproportionate and somewhat silly. However, I have to say that Ayano's Krystal suit is pretty damn good.

http://krystalarchive.com/cosplay/ayanoskrystalcosplay/

Heck, in some of the pics it looks downright... real!

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Creepy fursuits? That's why furries are mocked?

That is but one of the reasons.

Media portrayal of furries and their conventions has focused on the sensational.

People create a false moral equivalency due to ignorance that furry fandom is roughly equivalent to bestiality.

People make fun of what they don't understand.

People make fun of what other people happen to be making fun of at the time.

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That is but one of the reasons.

Media portrayal of furries and their conventions has focused on the sensational.

People create a false moral equivalency due to ignorance that furry fandom is roughly equivalent to bestiality.

People make fun of what they don't understand.

People make fun of what other people happen to be making fun of at the time.

Oh, don't forget that furries often react poorly to said mocking, thus increasing the frequency and intensity of it. That might just be a universal Internet subculture trait, though...
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Creepy fursuits? That's why furries are mocked?

It happens the same to UFO-believers. I have a friend who believes in them, and people automatically say: "Come on! those 'Grays' are a Hollywood invention!" And, even after explaining them that believing in UFO does not mean believing in Grays they still make fun of you, or mock you, or even insult you.

Sad but true. People fear, fight, mock, and hate what they do not understand...

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usually, I don't really like the looks of most fursuits. If find that they are commonly disproportionate and somewhat silly. However, I have to say that Ayano's Krystal suit is pretty damn good.

http://krystalarchive.com/cosplay/ayanoskrystalcosplay/

Heck, in some of the pics it looks downright... real!

13.jpg

If I didn't know that was fake I'd...

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usually, I don't really like the looks of most fursuits. If find that they are commonly disproportionate and somewhat silly. However, I have to say that Ayano's Krystal suit is pretty damn good.

http://krystalarchive.com/cosplay/ayanoskrystalcosplay/

Heck, in some of the pics it looks downright... real!

13.jpg

hey i was in that suit jk

but those suits look ehh cheesy i should say!

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It happens the same to UFO-believers. I have a friend who believes in them, and people automatically say: "Come on! those 'Grays' are a Hollywood invention!" And, even after explaining them that believing in UFO does not mean believing in Grays they still make fun of you, or mock you, or even insult you.

Sad but true. People fear, fight, mock, and hate what they do not understand...

OT. That makes sence if they believe just in aliens, and not ghosts or faries too, since they are the same thing. Same experiences made to fit the culture of the day. It used to be magic creautres, then ghosts, then space aliens. Anyone who believes in crop circles also deserves it because they are often documented as they are being made to be reveiled later. It's like saying a toaster was invented by aliens because you personally didn't see it being built. How many times do we have to show it's guys with planks of wood and to much free time?

Oh, don't forget that furries often react poorly to said mocking, thus increasing the frequency and intensity of it. That might just be a universal Internet subculture trait, though...

SOME furries react poorly. Most hate those gits, same with the autism crowd.

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OT. That makes sence if they believe just in aliens, and not ghosts or faries too, since they are the same thing. Same experiences made to fit the culture of the day. It used to be magic creautres, then ghosts, then space aliens. Anyone who believes in crop circles also deserves it because they are often documented as they are being made to be reveiled later. It's like saying a toaster was invented by aliens because you personally didn't see it being built. How many times do we have to show it's guys with planks of wood and to much free time?

Right... But what I mean is that when you say "I like stuff X", people almost allways links it with "stereotype Y". I mean, just because you believe in UFO´s does not means that you believe in the "alien-goverment-conspirancy-stuff", which is one of the stereotypes in the said case...

The trouble is that people is often too... (no offence to anyone, I hope) 'stupid' and simply because they saw it on TV they think that "the stereotypical way is the only way" or like that - which is often a negative, non-realist view - and leads to the mockery/make-fun-of/hate, ect.

Sorry if I could not explain better... Anyway, making stereotypes is something anyone should avoid (I think)... Unless you are of the kind who is easily influenced by TV ads.

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Right... But what I mean is that when you say "I like stuff X", people almost allways links it with "stereotype Y". I mean, just because you believe in UFO´s does not means that you believe in the "alien-goverment-conspirancy-stuff", which is one of the stereotypes in the said case...

The trouble is that people is often too... (no offence to anyone, I hope) 'stupid' and simply because they saw it on TV they think that "the stereotypical way is the only way" or like that - which is often a negative, non-realist view - and leads to the mockery/make-fun-of/hate, ect.

Sorry if I could not explain better... Anyway, making stereotypes is something anyone should avoid (I think)... Unless you are of the kind who is easily influenced by TV ads.

Right. I get it. Not very muslim is a terrorist, not every Cristian is a right winger ect.

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Quick question. Are there anyone here that is planning to make a fursuit? Not necesarily a Starfox character.

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That is but one of the reasons.

Media portrayal of furries and their conventions has focused on the sensational.

People create a false moral equivalency due to ignorance that furry fandom is roughly equivalent to bestiality.

People make fun of what they don't understand.

People make fun of what other people happen to be making fun of at the time.

I never said I hated it, I just don't like it. I'm more of a gamerrrr  :lol:

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im planning on making a fox suit from his brawl costume XD

it is barely in devealopment though, i lack monies..

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Quick question. Are there anyone here that is planning to make a fursuit? Not necesarily a Starfox character.

My long-standing interest in cybernetics has been broadened by the movie Iron Man. A lot of the interfaces and some of the technology is possible. A few years from now, I want to start working on a semi-mechanical fursuit with a visual hud instead of eyeholes.

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This will probably come as a surprise for many of you, with the exception of Mr. Krystal, but I've also started to think about the idea of giving it a go some years into the future.

It should be an interesting, and hopefully fun, experience. One where I can really put my creativety and craftmanship to the test.

As of what it would be of. Probably my fursona, but since he looks quite similar to Wolf, I should be able to create the necesary "add-ons" to change it to him should I find it fun enough.

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