Genjar said:
The concepts of creepy and scary are somewhat subjective, which is why it's been so hard to do anything with those tags. I'm currently looking at scary, and much of it doesn't seem scary at all to me. Such as tentacle monsters.

And this, for instance, I'd label as cute instead of scary:
2015 black_fur canine claws demon dog dragon fabelwesen feral fur furred_dragon hybrid long_tail long_tongue looking_at_viewer male mammal open_mouth prehensile_tongue purple_eyes royalty_(artist) scary solo teeth tongue tongue_out voidling

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Awww whosagoodpupper? It's you!

Though that goodpupper would be such a bad boy--that tail would totally cause bruises. and that tongue? No plate is safe.

But then there's things such as maw shots, which completely creep me out. whereas anyone who's into vore is likely to just find those arousing instead of creepy. Same goes for macro, which seems to also have been tagged as scary a few times. I'd agree: getting stomped on by a giant furry is a whole lot scarier than some generic monsters. Goo transformation? I'm not personally scared by that, but someone clearly is since they've tagged some of it as scary.

So yeah, it's hard to make any guidelines for what's 'creepy'.

It is pretty hard to make subjective guidelines like that--the even trickier bit is that it's hard to get people to tag it correctly.

I mean, I think it's pretty easy to say that these are meant to be unsettling, even if they don't succeed with 100% of people:

2015 ambiguous_gender black_body claws creepy dark_theme darkness dead_tree detailed_background faceless flower forest front_view grass humanoid lake log monster night nightmare_fuel not_furry nude plant reflection roots sitting solo stargrave tendrils tree waiting water wood

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User: SnowWolf
Date: February 04, 2018 absurd_res amber_(gem) bone creepy dark_theme detailed_background fairy female forest fossil_(remains) glowing harkale-linai hi_res humanoid insect_wings nature outside skeleton solo tree wings

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User: SnowWolf
Date: December 27, 2017 antlers blood cervine chervellefryer cloud creepy dark_theme detailed_background drooling empty_eyes forest full_moon horn male mammal moon night pond saliva sky solo star starry_sky tree undead water zombie

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I've got the idea stuck in my head that it would be a GRAND idea to support some 'mood' tags like (mood)_creepy or creepy_(mood) or creepy_theme and use them just for that kinda stuff... because maybe, MAYBE if we made the tag name obvious that it's supposed to be creepy/scary/happy/whatever picture, not just something that the individual finds a little weird. ... .but, realistically, naw. that won't happen. People are people. WE'd still have the same problem.

But man, I love atmospheric pictures and high detail images and all that sort of subjective stuff we don't tag.


If a character recurs within an artist's work (or otherwise), and doesn't seem to have a name, should you apply the nameless_character tag? Or perhaps give a generic placeholder name relating to the character's appearance?

For example:
The rabbit from post #1304903 has come back a few times within CyanCapsule's works. Should there be a nameless_character tag? Perhaps a new tag like "chubby_bunny_(cyancapsule)"?

Apologies if this is the wrong place for this question. Still getting used to using forums.


SarahColley said:
If a character recurs within an artist's work (or otherwise), and doesn't seem to have a name, should you apply the nameless_character tag? Or perhaps give a generic placeholder name relating to the character's appearance?

For example:
The rabbit from post #1304903 has come back a few times within CyanCapsule's works. Should there be a nameless_character tag? Perhaps a new tag like "chubby_bunny_(cyancapsule)"?

Apologies if this is the wrong place for this question. Still getting used to using forums.

There should be a tag unique to that character, but I suppose to identify when it's currently unnamed, something extra might help.


Genjar said:
The concepts of creepy and scary are somewhat subjective, which is why it's been so hard to do anything with those tags. I'm currently looking at scary, and much of it doesn't seem scary at all to me. Such as tentacle monsters.

And this, for instance, I'd label as cute instead of scary:
2015 black_fur canine claws demon dog dragon fabelwesen feral fur furred_dragon hybrid long_tail long_tongue looking_at_viewer male mammal open_mouth prehensile_tongue purple_eyes royalty_(artist) scary solo teeth tongue tongue_out voidling

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User: TheGreatWolfgang
Date: March 26, 2015

But then there's things such as maw shots, which completely creep me out. whereas anyone who's into vore is likely to just find those arousing instead of creepy. Same goes for macro, which seems to also have been tagged as scary a few times. I'd agree: getting stomped on by a giant furry is a whole lot scarier than some generic monsters. Goo transformation? I'm not personally scared by that, but someone clearly is since they've tagged some of it as scary.

So yeah, it's hard to make any guidelines for what's 'creepy'.

Well to me nightmare_fuel seems like it should be the same thing, and it feels more objective than scary/creepy. Scary is WAY to subjective if you ask me.


SnowWolf said:
wanted to ask if we had a tag for.. .apparently painless wounds like this:

also I am torn on if the almost-vore-like imagery there should be tagged or how o_o

Nothing's coming up. A tag name can go several different ways, but I think pain_insensitivity unambiguously describes this nonreaction. Others are pain_tolerance and pain_threshold. Would be interesting to see how people use the tag "unhurt".

For the body interaction, I would point to the recent transformation thread. assimilation seems to be the tag for being taken over and remade into another form, but I'm not sure that's happening in that post. Might not even be transformation. It looks like some sort of "integration" or "interfacing" where the different bodies are in harmony with those bone spikes presumably joining their nervous systems/whatever. Also, the humanoid top's "faded" midsection reminds me of ghosts lacking a lower body, floating on "rags" instead.

That aside, my visceral reaction sees impalement.

Genjar said:
The concepts of creepy and scary are somewhat subjective, which is why it's been so hard to do anything with those tags. I'm currently looking at scary, and much of it doesn't seem scary at all to me. Such as tentacle monsters.

And this, for instance, I'd label as cute instead of scary:
2015 black_fur canine claws demon dog dragon fabelwesen feral fur furred_dragon hybrid long_tail long_tongue looking_at_viewer male mammal open_mouth prehensile_tongue purple_eyes royalty_(artist) scary solo teeth tongue tongue_out voidling

Rating: Safe
Score: 16
User: TheGreatWolfgang
Date: March 26, 2015

Okay, then I synthesize this issue to "tagging negative ideas will be inconsistent because people have different fears and fear responses." Similar tagging issue as the "cute response", except people also conflate cute with "hawt, want to sex".

SnowWolf said:
I've got the idea stuck in my head that it would be a GRAND idea to support some 'mood' tags like (mood)_creepy or creepy_(mood) or creepy_theme and use them just for that kinda stuff... because maybe, MAYBE if we made the tag name obvious that it's supposed to be creepy/scary/happy/whatever picture, not just something that the individual finds a little weird. ... .but, realistically, naw. that won't happen. People are people. WE'd still have the same problem.

But man, I love atmospheric pictures and high detail images and all that sort of subjective stuff we don't tag.

You can probably start some tag indicating that the environment conveys a mood, maybe tag the mood separately if it can be pinpointed. It would be a subjective tag with varying quality of posts. You're just saying, "hey, this makes me feel something" or maybe you don't feel something but recognize the effort or intent to create that feeling all the same. This tag necessarily comments on the setting and not (just) the character(s).

That concept probably has a proper name, but my glossary of art terms and theory is basically empty. atmospheric_setting gets the job done.

Going back to...

Dyrone said:

[snip]...his eyes have literally transformed into hearts.

I tried looking for the idea of "drawing the thing itself instead of indirectly expressing it as normal". I didn't get very fair, but I did find visual metaphor. visual_metaphor might work as long as people understand that the tag would be more for direct metaphorical imagery (e.g., replacing eyes with hearts) as opposed to indirect, complex, highly subjective metaphors seen in fine art.

Related is the tag visual_pun.


SarahColley said:
If a character recurs within an artist's work (or otherwise), and doesn't seem to have a name, should you apply the nameless_character tag? Or perhaps give a generic placeholder name relating to the character's appearance?

For example:
The rabbit from post #1304903 has come back a few times within CyanCapsule's works. Should there be a nameless_character tag? Perhaps a new tag like "chubby_bunny_(cyancapsule)"?

Apologies if this is the wrong place for this question. Still getting used to using forums.

Well, he actually seems to have fairly consistently called that character Chubby Bunny, so... a name is what you call something. I call one of my cats Trouble Beast, and it's as much his name as "Tiger" is.

That said, more generally, I'd probably be more inclined to fake names like "brown_rabbit_(Cyancapsule)" over "fat_rabbit_(cyancapsule)" -- as a character, a coloration isn't likely to change, whereas the rabbit's fatness might!


MyNameIsOver20charac said:
Well to me nightmare_fuel seems like it should be the same thing, and it feels more objective than scary/creepy. Scary is WAY to subjective if you ask me.

Obviously, all involved are subjective and experience based, but...

Nightmare fuel and scary ought to be different.

Scary is a Gengar made out of smoke. Scary is a ghost in a hallway. Scary is a necromancer pulling zombies out of the graves.

Nightmare fuel is a hyperdetailed Gengar with saliva glistening across every fetid fang, chucks of rotting meat nestled against bloodcovered gums. Nightmare fuel is a spider made out of human body parts, upside down face gurgling in the silence of the room. Nightmare fuel is a bump in your skin that when you touch it, squirms in protest. Nightmare fuel is a beautiful deer walking through a dark forest. The deer turns. It's face is your face. It smile, and your face contorts into a gross parody of your own, lips smiling til the skin rips, blood dripping across the exposed teeth. There are too many teeth.

Scary is a zombie. Nightmare fuel is rolling over in the middle of the night and finding your half eaten lover in bed with you.

... a lot of people don't tag nightmare_fuel right either ;)

abadbird said:
Nothing's coming up. A tag name can go several different ways, but I think pain_insensitivity unambiguously describes this nonreaction. Others are pain_tolerance and pain_threshold. Would be interesting to see how people use the tag "unhurt".

mmm.. true--though at the same time, there's no blood. It's like she was wounded, but it healed.

For the body interaction, I would point to the recent transformation thread. assimilation seems to be the tag for being taken over and remade into another form, but I'm not sure that's happening in that post. Might not even be transformation. It looks like some sort of "integration" or "interfacing" where the different bodies are in harmony with those bone spikes presumably joining their nervous systems/whatever. Also, the humanoid top's "faded" midsection reminds me of ghosts lacking a lower body, floating on "rags" instead.

That aside, my visceral reaction sees impalement.

This whole picture confused the hell out of me. I almost stopped uploading it JUST because of how .... tricky it was to tag. I see it as a naga wearing the skull of her enemies or something, but it's so fucking weird. that said, impalement definitely applies.

I also want a tag for that raw... stringy flesh look. I see it a lot and it weirds me out.

Okay, then I synthesize this issue to "tagging negative ideas will be inconsistent because people have different fears and fear responses." Similar tagging issue as the "cute response", except people also conflate cute with "hawt, want to sex".

You can probably start some tag indicating that the environment conveys a mood, maybe tag the mood separately if it can be pinpointed. It would be a subjective tag with varying quality of posts. You're just saying, "hey, this makes me feel something" or maybe you don't feel something but recognize the effort or intent to create that feeling all the same. This tag necessarily comments on the setting and not (just) the character(s).

That concept probably has a proper name, but my glossary of art terms and theory is basically empty. atmospheric_setting gets the job done.

Mood or Theme is probably the best word for hte matter. and we already use 'theme' for things like blue_theme and dark_theme.

that said, I think putting the extra "mental space" between "scary" and "scary_theme" might help peopel to tag it more accuratly.

But people are people :P

Going back to...

I tried looking for the idea of "drawing the thing itself instead of indirectly expressing it as normal". I didn't get very fair, but I did find visual metaphor. visual_metaphor might work as long as people understand that the tag would be more for direct metaphorical imagery (e.g., replacing eyes with hearts) as opposed to indirect, complex, highly subjective metaphors seen in fine art.

Related is the tag visual_pun.

Honestly, I weouldn't worry about tagging it as a visual metafor. most people 'get that' already, even if they don't have words for it. :) Besides, there are absolutely indirect complex and subjective metaphors in some of the things uploaded here. just most of it is porn.

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I wonder if something like eerie_ambiance could work..
Romantic_ambiance has worked surprisingly well, and 'eerie' seems less ambiguous than 'scary'. Less likely to be tagged for squicky fetishes, at least.


Genjar said:
I wonder if something like eerie_ambiance could work..
Romantic_ambiance has worked surprisingly well, and 'eerie' seems less ambiguous than 'scary'. Less likely to be tagged for squicky fetishes, at least.

Ohh! perfect! Ambiance is a GREAT word for what we're talking about :)

Eerie is a good word... Hmm.. other similar words... ominous? that that's a little more... anticipatory and doesnt' feel like it'd apply to something currently HAPPENING.


Do we have a word for humanoid hands being held up and curled into pawshapes? y'know, the very anime nya~ gesture:

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anything for "penis pussies"? i've seen quite a few on this site but never found a tag to catalog them


wanker said:
anything for "penis pussies"? i've seen quite a few on this site but never found a tag to catalog them

*slowblink* Uh.. maybe something like Pussy_on_penis? No, that sounds like a 'rubbing together' position. ... .... man... do.. do they count as herms?


SnowWolf said:
Do we have a word for humanoid hands being held up and curled into pawshapes? y'know, the very anime nya~ gesture:

acorn ambiguous_gender animal_humanoid autumn black_hair brown_eyes canine clothed clothing dipstick_tail duo ekuboon female feral fluffy fluffy_tail footwear fox fox_humanoid fully_clothed fur hair happy hat humanoid japanese_clothing leaves legwear licking licking_lips looking_at_viewer mammal multicolored_hair multicolored_tail nut orange_fur orange_hair paw_pose plate raised_arm red_eyes sandals simple_background thigh_highs tongue tongue_out two_tone_hair white_background

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begging_pose (implies begging)/cat_pose/paw_pose

I think... dump cat_pose into paw_pose. I don't want to contemplate any potential differences. Limp wrist + curled fingers is more common than the tag counts suggest, and I've seen it cause semi-anthro confusion.


SnowWolf said:
*slowblink* Uh.. maybe something like Pussy_on_penis? No, that sounds like a 'rubbing together' position. ... .... man... do.. do they count as herms?

Yes this is considered at least intersex. Pussy_on_penis is actually pussyjob


Is there a tag for a focus on teeth? Like, a post emphasizing on a characters teeth


Dutchnoob said:
Is there a tag for a focus on teeth? Like, a post emphasizing on a characters teeth

Not that I've seen. sharp_teeth includes a lot of those though


Dutchnoob said:
Is there a tag for a focus on teeth? Like, a post emphasizing on a characters teeth

showing_teeth, sort of. Some posts with that tag don't belong. I'd use it for characters deliberately and meaningfully revealing their teeth, usually for someone else (e.g., viewer or another character). IMO, use that tag when bared_teeth doesn't seem appropriate, which is generally an aggressive posturing.

clenched_teeth is forcefully holding the jaws closed while showing teeth, usually a sign of pain, pleasure, effort, or another intense experience. Common component of a grimace.

grin is generally for open-lipped, closed jaw smiles (i.e., short for "toothy grin"; toothy_grin seems a redundant tag) and generally shouldn't overlap with bared_teeth for the same character (post #1026326 is a good exception). A cursory glance of grin open_mouth solo looks like a bunch of mistags, but still only ~1/11 of grin solo, which backs up my understanding. evil_grin is a grin suggesting nefarious intent.

Smirk is a meaningful, often subtle smile suggesting a character knows or thinks something that they're not saying, trying not to say, or saying anyways (as if they don't have to or shouldn't), so they smirk to show their self-satisfaction. Smirking can be a cunning, clever, knowing, smug, taunting, teasing, or similar smiling expression that may reveal some or no teeth. Often expressed with a curl of the lips or baring of the teeth on one side. Like smirk, sneer is a contained expression of either anger (bitterness) or mocking (looking down upon), which bares teeth or grimaces to convey the sneering character's contempt and control thereof. Getting off-topic. Yes, these are complex concepts and frequently mistagged.

All of that was about the character's intent or expression.

For the viewpoint and perspective of art, we have *_focus, *_shot, and close-up tags. [body part]_focus posts draw much attention to one region of a character's body while still showing the rest of the character('s face/head). [body part]_shot posts are zoomed in to one region of the character's body, usually cropping out at least the face (unless headshot_portrait). I'm not sure about close-up. I think those posts can be emptied into the appropriate *_focus and *_shot tags (not gonna happen). Don't know if that tag serves a purpose that they don't. mouth_shot is for open_mouth vore/vore-like external shots. We don't have teeth_focus or teeth_shot tags, but they can be started as long as their posts are appropriate.

If you're asking about a specific post, you're better off linking it here.

I could change those teeth, smile, and expression wikis to better say this stuff... and I could do that for just about every wiki I see. I have mixed feelings about smothering the wikis with my perspicuity.


Is there a tag for images in which a higher res/quality version is available (à la better_version_at_source), but requires payment in order to receive it? I'm asking because I came across a post (post #1443618) that has a better version available, but only if you pay the artist 100 DeviantArt points. I feel like there should be a warning tag for those who want to get the best version, but they'll have to spend some cash to get it. (It's also good for warning users that should they try to upload the better version from behind the paywall, they'll risk getting in trouble for breaking the "Commercial content is DNP" rule.)


Cloud people (and possibly more?)

▼ Full question(s) & reasoning

So far (as far as I've seen), there's no tag for cloud people, or beings made of a cloud-like substance. (e.g.: Cloudy Jay and Hurricane Irma.)
While personification combined with cloud can be used specifically to find things like Hurricane Irma, the tag cloud could also apply to any image with a personified object/idea/etc., since clouds are quite commonly used in image backgrounds. And personification probably wouldn't apply to generic, nameless cloud characters or OCs, anyway; otherwise, things like fire elementals would also have that tag.

  • Should there be a tag for "cloud people"? And if so, what should the name be?
  • Should there be a broader category to go along with it like "living weather"?
    • Is there anything else that broader category could apply to? (At first I was thinking people/creatures made of fire, lava and plasma/electricity could fall under "living weather", but the former two already have tags associated with them. Maybe both can be used in instances where the entire body is made of the substance?)
  • If neither of the above seem like good ideas, should they then fall under elemental as some kind of "air/wind" elemental?
▼ TL;DR

1) Should cloud creatures have a species tag?

2) Should there be a broader category encompassing similar things? (I would say "e.g.: creatures made of fire, lava, or electricity", but...)

3) If the above are a "yes", what would be proper names for them?

4) If the above are a "no", should cloud creatures be classified as "air/wind" elementals?


SarahColley said:
1) Should cloud creatures have a species tag?

2) Should there be a broader category encompassing similar things? (I would say "e.g.: creatures made of fire, lava, or electricity", but...)

3) If the above are a "yes", what would be proper names for them?

4) If the above are a "no", should cloud creatures be classified as "air/wind" elementals?

Well... disclaimer, I'm fond of the elemental tags and they're on my lsit of stuff to tidy up...

in the "right neighborhood"... we've got air_elemental, and storm_elemental already.. though I think I'd probably ditch 'storm elemental' since it's stuff like this:

air_elemental allora anthro arthropod breasts butterfly claws conditional_dnp dragon duo elemental feathered_dragon feathered_wings feathers female fenra fur hindpaw insect male nude paws purple_eyes scalie sefeiren sexual_dimorphism size_difference storm_elemental storm_fenra talak wings yellow_eyes

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which is not TWYS.

Anyway.

I would tag your cloud creatures as cloud_elementals, and list them as a subtype of air_elemental. or jsut lsit them as an air_elemental, because in a DRAWING, it's pretty hard to make a creature made of air without looking a bit cloudy. I dunno.


Is there a tag for when a character is resting their feet on an object?
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Do we have a tag for when something literally cums through someone?

In this case, the penis is definitely in the pussy, but the cum is not going into the pussy, it is going out of their body.

If not, while ghostfuck would be a funny tag I think cum_through_person or cum_through_character would be the most intuitive and simplest way to explain this phenomenon as a tag. It is uniform with other cum_through-s and doesn't refer to the property the being possesses, instead referring to only the being. Alternatively, cum_through_body could work as a parallel to cum_on_body, but that doesn't sound pleasing to me.


Siral_Exan said:
Do we have a tag for when something literally cums through someone?

In this case, the penis is definitely in the pussy, but the cum is not going into the pussy, it is going out of their body.

If not, while ghostfuck would be a funny tag I think cum_through_person or cum_through_character would be the most intuitive and simplest way to explain this phenomenon as a tag. It is uniform with other cum_through-s and doesn't refer to the property the being possesses, instead referring to only the being. Alternatively, cum_through_body could work as a parallel to cum_on_body, but that doesn't sound pleasing to me.

My problem with cum_through_body is the cum_through tag-- which is for a character penetrating and cumming in their partner and the cum leaking out of another opening on the opposite side. (in ass, out mouth, for example) ... related is cum_vomit, and all_the_way_through which is intended to be for long penetrations but has occasionally been misused for someone cumming through someone.

So, I think there must be a better option.

maybe something like.. cumming_in_insubstantial_body? gosh, what an awkward mouthful. Maybe even something just like "ghost_cum_physics" or "ghost_sex_logic" or something. but something to make it abundantly clear that it's for ghosts, spirits and other weird things.


JAKXXX3 said:
Is there a tag for when a character is resting their feet on an object?
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Not exactly. legs_up broadly describes that positioning and many others. Looks like legs_raised and feet_up are dupe tags, although feet_up has some more (easy to find) examples of that pose. FWIW, the descriptive phrase for that pose is literally "putting one's legs up", and to a lesser extent "resting one's feet", as you had worded in your question.

arm_support is an established tag for a character putting some of their weight on their arms (to keep from lying/falling). Perhaps this would be a good time to start a foot_support tag, except here it would mean the opposite, a character taking more weight off their legs than their pose normally allows.

Generally, a character in that position is also reclining, lounging (probably a dupe for reclining), and relaxing.

Siral_Exan said:
Do we have a tag for when something literally cums through someone?

I don't think so. We have so many cum tags that it's daunting to consider scouring them for such a tag that may not exist.

This was sort of already on my radar, except I had noticed a tag void for penetrating ambiguous bodies like those of goo_creatures and ghosts. How would we tag a penetration that isn't through a proper orifice? Now, I think a near-answer to both our questions would be to tag the unique body feature as permeable_body. (Edit: or permeated_body)

That post is also translucent_body, a tag that should have a few more examples of this.


Do we have a tag for when breast expansion is induced through drugs?

There's clearly a syringe there implying that the breast growth was caused by whatever was injected into her. Just wondering if there would be a way to tag that, as opposed to a lot of other breast expansion that has no explanation.


abadbird said:
arm_support is an established tag for a character putting some of their weight on their arms (to keep from lying/falling). Perhaps this would be a good time to start a foot_support tag, except here it would mean the opposite, a character taking more weight off their legs than their pose normally allows.

That sounds kinda backwards, honestly. Arm support is for when someone is supporting themselves with their arms, therefor foot support should be when someone is supporting themselves with their feet. Plus, if I were looking for the right tags, I'd never pick that oen out of the list.

What about something like.. sitting_with_feet_up? or feet_up_pose? or Feet_up_on_something?

This was sort of already on my radar, except I had noticed a tag void for penetrating ambiguous bodies like those of goo_creatures and ghosts. How would we tag a penetration that isn't through a proper orifice? Now, I think a near-answer to both our questions would be to tag the unique body feature as permeable_body. (Edit: or permeated_body)

Of the two, I like permeable. Permeated just makes me think of, like, bad smells filling an area. I know permate is basically the same word, but it's used slightly more often for a variety of reasons, y'know?

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abadbird said:
begging_pose (implies begging)/cat_pose/paw_pose

I think... dump cat_pose into paw_pose. I don't want to contemplate any potential differences. Limp wrist + curled fingers is more common than the tag counts suggest, and I've seen it cause semi-anthro confusion.

I missed this before! Thank you!!


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User: SnowWolf
Date: February 20, 2018

Basically this whole picture-- we have insect abdomen for buggies, but this is a shrimpywater thing. how tag butt? or is that jsut tail?

What about the claw it has for hands?

Or the tiny chest-arms?

Or how about the fact that it's a shrimp--a notoriously non-fluffy animal--and fluffy? (I've also uploaded a scaled wolf..) something like 'unexpected body covering'?


What is the difference between sheer_clothing and transparent_clothing?


donteven said:
What is the difference between sheer_clothing and transparent_clothing?

I'd like to know as well. To me, the wikis are very similar and the tags seem to be synonymous in their usage.


donteven said:
What is the difference between sheer_clothing and transparent_clothing?

They're both defined similarly on the wiki, so as-is I'd say... no difference. Imo a tag for stuff like this: https://sc01.alicdn.com/kf/HTB1k6H6JFXXXXXvXVXXq6xXFXXXI/2827120/HTB1k6H6JFXXXXXvXVXXq6xXFXXXI.jpg http://www.artificeclothing.com/em/shop/ProdImages/luminsfront.jpg is worth having around and that's what first comes to my mind when I hear 'transparent clothing' but the terms might be too similar to be tagged well.