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    Whom do you find most aesthetically pleasing?

    I wrote "aesthetically pleasing" because I'm not sure I should use "sexy" in a post title (All pictures are safe for work dont worry...unless your coworkers really hate anthro art xD )
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    You'd want me to click on those links though, wouldn't you, bot? Yeah, you failed the Turing test today!

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    Well, I'm a straight, cis male, and all of those pictures are ostensibly male, so I vote "none of the above."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elkvis View Post
    Well, I'm a straight, cis male, and all of those pictures are ostensibly male, so I vote "none of the above."
    Look at them from a non-sexual point of view then For example I am sure you find ancient Roman/Greek statues pleasing regardless of gender.
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    I like the lion one

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_jackass View Post
    Look at them from a non-sexual point of view then For example I am sure you find ancient Roman/Greek statues pleasing regardless of gender.
    By your own admission, you meant "sexy." So I assumed that meaning, and made my choice. Deal with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MutantJohn View Post
    I like the lion one
    If I had to say I like the zebra the most. Though big cats are awesome too...I should have probably chosen a better example for big cats ^_^

    edit: I realized I like two of them more than the others so I've cast my own vote.
    Last edited by the_jackass; 11-30-2016 at 10:45 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the_jackass View Post
    hate anthro art
    Guilty. Which is another reason why your comparison to roman/greek statues made me want to throw a goat at your face.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mario F. View Post
    Guilty. Which is another reason why your comparison to roman/greek statues made me want to throw a goat at your face.
    Well...I deliberately havent shown the anthros I consider the utter eptiome of beauty.
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    I too cannot find sexual appeal in any of these drawings. From an artistic standpoint, I find "Daily" and the Lion the most appealing artworks, but not because of the physical characteristics of the creatures depicted, which I think you were getting at.

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    Haha no bestiality doesent interest me...the reason I like anthro art is something of a lengthy explanation which I wont go into.

    As for the examples you gave...anthros belong to a spectrum from basically animal with one or two human traits (like partial ability to talk) to basically human with some animal traits (like tail and ears). I find characters slightly towards the human end of the spectrum to be the most beautiful ie animal with a basic "frame" more or less like humans.
    Last edited by the_jackass; 11-30-2016 at 12:50 PM.
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    Lion. Makes good on most things it represents in real, virtual and artistic reaches.
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    Lions/tigers are beautiful sublime beasts. Its hard to express this level of beauty in words.

    But goats have a sublimeness of their own too...after all Satan is often shown as a goat.
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    In that case, I'll reserve my vote for Brad Neely's "Cat People".

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    Katz (love Courage the Cowardly Dog) and the very last one.

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