Patreon Post

Hey Fans! Frankie and Donna are coming back in an all-new short chapter called "Moving Day". Series artist TheTiedTigress will be using her Patreon page to help fund its creation! Currently there are 5 tiers of support, with the following benefits -

  • $1/m for fully finished comic pages, monthly pin-ups, reference sheets and more!
  • $3/m for $1 rewards plus work-in-progress (WIP) stages!
  • $5/m for $3 rewards plus monthly zip file of 300 DPI files of finished works!
  • $10/m for $5 plus QnA with the cast & crew and
  • $20/m for $10 plus access to a steamy in-progress 4 page mini comic featuring Donna and Eve!

While we hope you'll consider supporting us, the chapter and other material funded via her Patreon will be available here freely, but at a delay. The posting schedule of the new chapter will be dependent on how much support the Patreon receives, but members will have first access to pages as they are made and the PDF zipfile when the chapter is completed.


Comments [9]:

Ligre_eléctrico
2017-06-14 20:33:00 
One question, what kind of lycan are the two main protagonists of this comic?
TheTiedTigress
2017-06-15 08:54:53 
I'm not sure if I quite understand your use of "lycan" in your question but Frankie (brunette) is a mouse and Donna (blonde) is a lynx - both are anthropomorphic characters. Hope that helps!
Ligre_eléctrico
2017-06-15 18:34:56 
Because there are anthropomorphic beings based on reptiles I decided that it did not make sense to continue calling furry to these characters, because practically they do not have pelage in general. Because furry art is based on animal-based anthropomorphic beings (generally part human / part animal) I decided to call them lycans because humans who are furry should be called otherwise than, well, furry. So I decided that these beings would be called "lycan" because, in essence, they are human beings with animal characteristics, unlike humans that if they are human. However, there are many comics where furry are present alongside normal humans, and it never seemed right for me that "normal" humans are the only ones with the right to be called humans since the "furrys", in a certain way , Are also human. So to call them somehow if both humans live in the same world / plane / universe I decided to call the furrys humans as "lycans" and humans, like you or me, "sapiens". I've been thinking about this idea for a long time, and I like it a lot, that's the reason I call it that. It could be said that I am against the current, if you prefer. Sorry for the long explanation, but I felt I should clarify my point of view. Regarding your answer, thank you for that, you clarified my first doubt.
TheTiedTigress
2017-06-15 23:10:42 
Glad to hear the information helped, I appreciate your clarification - I've only heard "lycan" in reference to werewolves before, hence why I wasn't aware of how that related till you explained. :)
Ligre_eléctrico
2017-06-24 23:02:46 
You're welcome.
LandonME
2017-07-19 10:32:03 
So you'll be posting the new pages here after a while, right?
TheTiedTigress
2017-07-23 12:33:35 
At current funding/page rate production the new short chapter won't be able to update here till 2018, but it will be available here at some point.
LandonME
2017-07-23 19:23:42 
Awesome. Can't wait to see it! You're a brilliantly talented artist.
Iceburgh69
2017-08-16 04:00:41 
I think the term "Anthro" would be more inclusive, since "Lycan" is based on "Lycos" meaning wolf. And the context in which the term "Lycan" was originally used drives me beyond batty, since I can't call the mutant rats in Underworld wolves. Best representation of werewolves I've seen in a movie was Van Hellsing.