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Hello everybody :wave:
Dear cbMorrie was nice enough to let me share this personal Journal with the Group :)

"I just browsed through some random Deviations to search for inspiration, when I found :iconpyjama-cake:
She is here on :dalogo: for only three month, but her Gallery already includes amazing and beautiful stock :)

I didn't use it yet, but I can imagine that they are super helpful as drawing reference :aww:
Drawing Base Tutorial by pyjama-cake
[ Basic Pose ] Walking Stock - Pose 9 by pyjama-cake[ Basic Pose ] Chair - Pose 8 by pyjama-cake[ Basic Pose ] Chair - Pose 7 by pyjama-cake[ Basic Pose ] Walking Stock - Pose 2 by pyjama-cake
[ Basic Pose ] Character Base 3 by pyjama-cake[ Basic Pose ] Sitting Stock - Pose 5 by pyjama-cake
[ Basic Pose ] Sitting Stock - Pose 8 by pyjama-cake[ Basic Pose ] Sitting Stock - Pose 2 by pyjama-cake[ Basic Pose ] Sitting Stock - Pose 4 by pyjama-cake[ Basic Pose ] Sitting Stock - Pose 9 by pyjama-cake

So guys, seriously:

Go and give her some LOVE! :heart:

She deserves it! :)"

I think many of these Stock images display a strong, self confident-woman that suits just perfectly to this Group :)

Hey everyone!

It's been about one year since this group started and it's been a blast!  It's one of the fastest growing groups I've ever had the joy of administrating.  I wanna thank every member and watcher for making this group great.

Now to the reason I'm dishing out the compliments; I'd love to make this a super group!


We get more features.
We can customize our group.
We can make ourselves more noticeable.
The front page will look preeeeetttyyy.

Why am I qualified to handle a super group?

I'm an active member of DVart so I won't neglect the group.
I've been running a super group over at Secular-Human for two years.
I know basic coding so I can decorate the front page.  Everything at Secular-Human is all me.
I really really really really really really love this group.

If I convinced you, please donate at FightinFemalesDonate!

Have a great day!
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Fightin' Females!

Fightin-Females is a collection of art featuring fictional female characters in convincing compact attire and in non-sexualized poses. As a fan of fantasy and art, I often find myself being hesitate to read comics or watch shows with a female protagonist because it seems inevitable that the writers and artists will sexualize the character out of context for the sake of fan service. Well, I'm tired of it so here is a collection of female characters not doing just that!

:groups: How to Join :groups:

To join Fightin-Females all you have to do is click the "Join Our Group" button at the top of this page. Join requests are automatically approved.

:dalogo: Some Helpful Guidelines about Submissions :dalogo:

Fightin-Females is about promoting what is convincing concerning armor and costumes on female characters, not necessarily what is practical. Fantasy should take liberties with realism to allow for artistic variation.

:Fireworks: by vita-lunaAccurate Female Anatomy: This group is for beginners, hobbyists and professionals but we don't accept over-exaggerations in anatomy for the sake of "sexy." To give some examples of what we do not accept:
:bulletred: Plus-size boobs or ass sizes especially combined with a tiny waist.
:bulletred: Boobs that are perfectly round even without support, a.k.a "balloon boobs."

:pointr:How to Draw Boobs: Shapes, Sizes, Clothing, and Cleavage
:pointr:Guide to Female Anatomy
:pointr:How to Draw Female Characters: Body Types, Muscles, and Breasts.
:pointr:007 Breasts Gallery: Have you seen non-sexualized photos of normal breasts?
:pointr:Different Female Body Types
:pointr:Ladies Tutorial: Face Variation and Body Types
:pointr:Guide to drawing Large Women
:pointr:About thigh gaps on women
:pointr:Varying body types when considering weight

knight emote by budgieishereConvincing Armor & Clothing: A circumstantial requirement that depends on the theme and setting the character is in. Even so, there are a few things as listed which do not make sense if a woman is engaging in combat.
:bulletred: Strapless bras or otherwise minimal support for breasts: Can your character do jumping-jacks in her outfit without causing a boob to fall out?
:bulletred: Boob Shaped Armor and Boob Socks: Metal armor and fabric crafted to allow each boob to fit into its own pocket. Examples of boob shaped armor & boob socks
:bulletred: Cleavage Holes
:bulletred: High-heels
:bulletred: Minimal Metal/Plate Armor: Women fighting with lethal weapons shouldn't have belly openings or bikini armor.

:pointr:Why cleavage is bad for crime fighting
:pointr:Why the shape of breasts in plate armor doesn't work
:pointr:Folds & Clothing Tutorial for Women
:pointr:The Difference between Male Power Fantasies and Male Sexual Fantasies

:archer: by BobSmith006Non-Sexual Poses & Angles: In general, submissions which feature women being sexually alluring rather than combat ready will be declined. This includes provocative poses in which a woman's ass, boobs or crotch is the primary focus of the submission. A few named poses we look for and do not accept:
:bulletred: The Ass-Boob Pose: This pose involves crudely or creatively twisting the spine to somehow keep both butt cheeks and boobs in view. Examples of Ass-Boob pose
:bulletred: The Centaur Pose: This pose involves bending a woman's spine, to a 90 degree angle at most, to make the boobs or the butt more perky. Examples of Centaur Pose

:pointr:Kick-ass women VS sexy-ass women
:pointr:A Short Guilde to Female Characters
:pointr:The Difference between Sexy Women and Sexualization of Women

:bookdiva: About the Folders :bookdiva:

Anthropomorphic Fantasy: The same as any fantasy but characters have animal or monstrous features.

Historical Fantasy: A subgenre of Fantasy which sets itself in moments of human history. Although Historical Fantasy is not required to be historically accurate, it is more defined by no, or at least very little, magic or other supernatural things. Historical Fantasy often asks the question of what could have been if historical events went differently. In other cases, Historical Fantasy simply adds a touch of exaggeration and romanticism to past settings or events.

Modern & Sci-fi: This folder combines two types of fantasy. Modern fantasy is more defined by contemporary setting and issues which are not required to be realistic or truthful. Sci-fi tends to set itself in the future and looks to human innovation for adventure. It is often visually represented by exotic and advanced technology.

Superheroes & Villains: A type of contemporary fantasy that deserves separate consideration for costumes. Superheroes and their villains have a long history of form-fitting clothing for the exact purpose of displaying an athletic body on both male and female characters. While female poses and body types in superhero stories are often sexualized, the silly costumes can happily be accepted as a style. However, boob socks, high heels, thongs, strapless bras and cleavage holes are all still not accepted.

Barbarians: A special exception to the no minimal metal/plate armor requirement in the guidelines above. Barbarians are all about being lewd, crude, and aggressive. They tend to be visually defined by lacking armor often as a result of their own recklessness and desire for violence. As a long standing class in fantasy, female barbarians are welcomed here. Keep in mind that barbarians are not excused from any other guidelines above.

:skullbones: Disclaimers :skullbones:

:bulletred:Fightin-Females is not about promoting modesty. We have nothing against nude models or sex and the women who choose to engage in those activities. We also have nothing against artists who do draw nude women, exaggerated women or who draw porn. This group is about addressing the common practice of sexualizing female characters out of context.

:bulletred:We're not responsible for the content in any of our Friends Away from Home links. We're also not responsible if you happen to find your art there.

:bulletred:Fightin-Females does our best to not use art that is already featured in DeviantArt by the original artist for our journal entries. However, it's impossible to check all of DeviantArt and oversights are bound to happen. Should you happen to find your art in our journal entries and would like us to take it down simply let us know.


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ThierryCravatte Mar 26, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you very much for accepting me in the group !
Tharesan Mar 17, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Such a cool group ^^  I have some pieces that would fit perfectly in here.  I love drawing female characters, and I pride myself in not sexualizing them, and promoting equality between genders.

I'm a little worried though, because I like to use a clotheless style on a lot of my anthro.  They sometimes just wear ornamental things that don't cover them completely like us humans (because they don't really have a sense of modesty in their culture, nor do one of my species have any genitalia).  I think the spirit of the pictures is right, although some of my armor/fashion designs are eccentric and don't quite fit your rules

What do you think?
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BrittMartin Feb 12, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Many thanks for the Request!

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PaulSizer Jan 26, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you so much for including my work with this awesome collection.
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0Antares0 Dec 6, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
this is a really awesome group, I really looked for group like this for long time. Finally group that don't appreciate over-sexualized females, but just the REAL ones. Thank you very much for making this group
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