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  1. #71
    While I am an avid roleplayer I don't use my fursona for it. My fursona represents 'me' so it would feel weird to play with him - at least for me.
    I mainly use Xarox for artwork and - as I said - to represent me online. He is some kind of 'avatar' to me.

  2. #72
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    Commissions and sometimes RPing.
    I think he kind of looks hot in porn too...

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    My representation, my "mascot" for me as an artist, and just to be fluffy.

  4. #74
    I created mine as a "mascot" when I first joined FA, because I didn't want to stick out like a sore thumb with my human-character. c:

  5. #75
    My main Fursona, Stakie represents me. So basically any site where I can, she represents me. At times even in roleplay. =3

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    Mine is a representation of me. He is used in online settings, of course, as a name and face to give to people I'm interacting with. He's supposed to be me with more fur and pointier teeth, so maintaining him is easy. I also use him for certain stories. Occasionally, he'll be the author.

    He also exists as a character in certain works and has an unpublished backstory, but that's a different thing.
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    Much thanks to Kalika for the avatar

  7. #77
    Well, stories and such, and my sona has a huge backstory with an entire multiverse and mythos for her to roam about in. x3

  8. #78
    I made mine because before I had one people kept mistaking one of my personal characters for my fursona, this character was nothing like me at all so I made one that was and I really liked what I came up with. No roleplaying, no backstory just a putting a "face" to my online name.

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    I use mine for stories, art and rping. Though I am planning on making another character for roleplay and making my fursona just for stories and art.

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    I've got like, three main characters now. Deo the Tasmanian devil lady is one I've had the longest. She started out as a character, then a face for me, and then just basically an online version of myself.

    Frig the mule is probably the most conceptual. He represents the men and mules who in the 19th century sweated, bled, and died for the rise of the machine age and societal progress. Our current world is built on their backs, forged in steel and coal and rail. He's sort of a symbol of toil and struggle and the history of the working class. The theme of "the worker as the hero" or some sort of imbued nobility in struggle. I plan on having some really cool historical pieces of him with themes on historical worker's rights events and US folk heroes like John Henry.

    Dalibor the cicada is because I love cicadas. He's a mishmash of people I've worked with, and sort of a counter to my character Deo. He's mostly based off the old Bosnian guy who taught me the ropes when I jumped from college studying scientific illustration to industrial work. It was love/hate. He was constantly trying to drive me away, was a terrible mysoginist, and we had so many cultural barriers. But in the end we were also sort of friends, our safety and lives depended on each other, and our work was in tandem the forced time together made a weird bond of friendship. Dalibor is that muddled up inter-relation of old-world beliefs and "good ol' boys club" that gets thrown in to the new world where "diversity" is the HR hot button issue. He's the old ways trying to teach the new ways while still resenting the changes. He's just all the people I work with blended in to one so it's easier for me to deal with them every day if I have to think about why they are how they are and their motivations as I apply it to a character of my own.

 

 

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