Morning, Tommy by gingatokkyu

Morning, Tommy


11 March 2015 at 20:13:35 MDT

5.50, first day on the job. Our tarantula wolf guy seems not too excited, eh?

Submission Information

Visual / Traditional

Tags Modify History

Edit Tags


  • Link

    Spider hybrids are the best kind.
    I rather like the way you tackled all those hands and gave them something to do.

    • Link

      Yeah, most multilimbs-related picture I've seen so far never give his/her extra hands something to do. Just being there, idling, doing nothing at all.

      as for spider hybrids, I'm too afraid to draw pure anthro spiders

      • Link

        Yeah, I'm guilty of that too. Sometimes it's hard to give them all jobs.

        But there are so many cool ones. There bright purple tarantulas, and golden orbweavers have silk that actually looks like gold.

        • Link

          understandable. Since people often draw multilimbed characters holding standard weapons, like spears or swords, they never draw them in, say, mundane activities.

          Well, what can I say? Arachnophobia

          • Link

            That's a shame. You're missing out on so many wonderful creatures. But luckily it's easy to fix! The more you learn about spiders the less frightening they are. Dogs are much more scary than spiders- dogs actually will try to kill you, spiders are just trying to tell the giant to get off them when they bite.

            • Link

              well, at least I know that the bigger means harmless. Like Goliath which only eat smaller creature like worms. But still, they're just generally being scary-looking creature. Oh and I'm not too fond with dogs, I'm more into felines.

              • Link

                Well, Goliaths can eat small mice, lizards, or really anything half their size, but they are also big gentle sweethearts with velvet bodies. The only spider one has to worry about is the OBT (orange baboon tarantula, but nicknamed orange bitey thing), because I swear they just hate everyone and everything.
                Spiders are a lot like cats. My T likes to be brushed and pampered like a cat.

                • Link

                  Ahh, you have a tarantula, I see... -shudder- I guess I just dislike their face and mandibles and those wriggly things around their mouth... But somehow I like them if they turned into big, muscular spider taur.