Skunk Boy caring for his tail after leaving the shower. He takes pretty good care of his tail, making sure to keep it clean and brushed.
Not shown is the hair dryer he needs to dry that bunch of fluff out, but included are his costume snout and ears, the hair spray he uses to keep his tail neat and orderly, and his deodorant. Being a skunk boy is no excuse to be stinky.
This is probably the first time (excluding a drawing of him midway through his wereskunk transformation) where I have drawn him without his accessories, revealing him to be very human in appearance aside from his tail, which I have decided is a natural part of him. He simply wears the ears and snout so he can pass for a human (albeit an odd one) that is merely a furry, rather than an actual skunk boy.
It's probably noticeable that human anatomy, even cartoony in nature, is not one of my strong points.