Hey folks! Call me Bucky--everyone does! I'm 23, born in North Carolina but currently attending school in Charleston, SC. I'm studying art and writing, both practices being something I really enjoy doing. Depending on my mood and what I'd rather be doing, I either consider myself an artist or a writer, finding it difficult to consider myself both at a single point in time. When I do draw my stuff tends to be anthro/furry related. Why? I dunno, they're just fun to draw and I've always had a deep connection with animals so I suppose that translates into my work. My writing tends to be more fantasy, sci-fi stuff. It revolves more around human characters, but I'll always manage to throw in a furry somehow. When I'm not drawing or writing I'm either exercising, rollerblading, reading, or at the beach with my dog. I'd say I play video games, but in reality the most action my Xbox 360 gets is playing dvd's. I do love my handheld games though; still a Pokemon fan. (Don't tell nobody! OoO)
I'mma saber-toothed cat, by the way, with mocha-colored fur and mottles. :3
Feel like helping a poor saber-tooth out with a little donation toward my works? From the Paypal homepage send it to MrBuckWulf@yahoo.com! I'll love you forever, and the added incentive will get you more stories!
INTERESTED IN HAVING A BIGGER HAND IN WHAT I WRITE? Well, in regards to my Life On Shuffle series, feel free to PM me song suggestions for inspiration towards the stories. Any genre, any artist, I'm not biased. Besides, I love music, and discovering new artists and songs to listen to is something I looooooove. So expand my musical knowledge, good people! :D
Also, I'm good for story commissions if you're interested. Hopefully what I've written so far can give you an idea of my writing style, and if you like it and feel that I could do your own ideas justice send me a PM and we'll go over the details and work out a fee.
Hey everybody! Recently I was asked by a fellow fur about my affinity for fitness and how I utilize supplements to achieve more results, and I just thought I'd make a little journal about it because (I figured) if one person was interested, others might be as well. I intend for this to be a quick little thing for anyone starting out who may want to get their ducks in a row. Of course, I'm not a "professional" in any legal sense, but I've been practicing weight lifting and body building for four years and would like to share some of my knowledge...if you want to call it that.
Personally, when I first began my naive journey into fitness, I had no idea that supplements even existed. I was more concerned about figuring out the exercises and beefing up so I could look like those sexy guys on Hollister bags. I focused on what I wanted and not on how to properly get there.
"Success is a journey, not a destination. The doing is often ...